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Hoopla: free audiobooks, ebooks, movies, TV shows, and more
Mango Languages: Learn over 70 languages! Includes information about corresponding cultures, and a translation tool.
Learning Express: Preparation for the ACT, SAT, PSAT, AP, and other school entrance exams. Citizenship exam preparation, preparation for several occupations, including military (ASVAB) and nursing school. Includes video user guides, many resources download as pdfs for offline use.
State Library of Kansas: offers a host of online resources free of charge. In most cases, only a Kansas Library Card is needed to access them.
CALL US at 913-367-1902 and we will set you up a State Library Card over the phone. You'll get access to:
RBdigital: audiobooks for all ages
cloudLibrary: audiobooks and ebooks for all ages
Encyclopedia Britannica: Includes children, young adult, adult, and academic versions.
Universal Class: a huge array of classes and resources for homeschooling and just general learning
Educational Games (FREE)


Khan Academy

Squiggle Park
Storyline Online
Mystery Doug
National Geographic

Typing Club

Social Studies:
History for Kids
Free Manga: several Manga publishers have put collections of certain comics free online to read. Here is the list of titles and the website you can find them at
Weekly Shonen Jump (Shonen Jump +)
Weekly Shonen Sunday (Sunday Webly)
Kokoro Comic, Kokoro Ichiban (Kokoro Online)
Betsu Comi, Sho-Comi, Cheese!, Ciao Deluxe, Petit Comic, Monthly Flowers (Shogakukan e-Comic Store)
Ribbon, Bessatsu Margaret, Koko Hana, The Margaret (Margaret Bookstore)
Weekly Shonen Champion (Manga Cross)
Hana to Yume, The Hana to Yume Shin, LaLa, LaLaDX
Lessons, activities, and more
Storyline Online: FREE videos of celebrities and professional storytellers reading books for kids

Day by Day NY: Daily activity, craft, and story for every day of the year

Scholastic Learn-at-Home: FREE day by day lessons and activities to do with your kids, separated by grade level

450 Ivy League Courses: a list of 450 online college courses you can take for free for no actual credit

20 Virtual Field Trips: a list of 20 places you can tour free virtually, like ZOOS, MUSEUMS, AND NATURAL SITES

Virtual Field Trips: A list of thirty more virtual tours and live cams you can watch with kids (There is some overlap)

Mensa Lesson Plans: At-home learning resources for kids
Live Events and Storytimes

Live Author Storytimes and Hangouts: This is a HUGE list of storytimes and doodle fests with different authors and illustrators.

Live Streaming Concerts: NPR has listed the amazing artists streaming concerts this week, with people like John Legend, Dropkick Murphys, Vienna State Opera, the Met, and more.

JBrary: This site has a list of libraries hosting live storytimes on either Facebook or Youtube as well as a playlist of their own Youtube storytimes

Metropolitan Opera: The Met is streaming live performances that will stay up for 20 hours

Storyline Online: FREE videos of celebrities and professional storytellers reading books for kids

Atlantic White Shark Conservancy: holding Facebook shark storytime at 10:00 AM eastern every day

McHarper Manor Art: holding Facebook art classes everyday that are available anytime to follow

Mo Willems Lunch Doodle: Have fun with favorite author of the children's Elephant and Piggie books- new video posted every day at 1:00 PM eastern time

Oliver Jeffers Storytime: he will be reading one of his books every day at 2:00 PM EST on Instagram, and it will stay up for 24 hours until the next story.

Genealogy Resources: Heritage Quest offers tips getting started in genealogy, census records and other primary resources for searching your family history. Genealogy Connect offers information on specific ethnic groups and historical events that might be helpful in a general search for your family's history.    The Catholic Advance   (Wichita) newspaper from 1903-1915, is free to view for Kansas residents only, through the efforts of the  Kansas Digital Newspapers  (KDN) program of the Kansas Historical Society.

Job and Career Accelerator: Create and print resumes and cover letters. Includes video instruction, samples, and tips for interviewing. Requires a free account for use.

Small Business Reference Center: Start-up kits and business plans, in addition to many helpful legal guides. Most resources are available for free download. Check out the Kansas Small Business Center for additional planning resources, as well as registering and filing the correct forms to operate your business in the State of Kansas.

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