E-resources for parents & children

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Our members have free access to online, one-on-one tutoring with Studiosity.

Tutoring is available all day, every day.

Get help with English, maths, & science. Have your library membership card handy and click here to start.

Cyber safety and digital literacy resources for all ages.

Click here to go to the eSmart Online Safety Skills page, then scroll down  to find information to assist with online safety for children and teenagers, including information about cyber-bullying and exposure to inappropriate content. 

With Comics Plus Children's Library, kids have unlimited access to digital comics, graphic novels and manga - minus the adult content.

Every title is available 24/7 on your computer, tablet or phone - no wait lists or holds required. 

Have your library card handy and click here to start.

Need some help? Click here for quick video tutorials to get you started.

Tumblebooks includes e-books, read along, graphic novels and more.

It's an easy-to-use online resource to teach and entertain children. Have your library card handy and click here to start the fun. There is also an app available for use with mobile devices.

SwopBots is a coding game that can be played online or downloaded.

SwopBots is a fun and highly motivational way to get children thinking about code and solving puzzles. Suitable for eight years and up.

Click here to find SwopBot guidelines.

Have your library card handy, and click here to start playing.

Rainforest offers interactive adventures that teach you how to code.

Suitable for five years and up.

Have your library card handy and click here to start playing.

BBC's MUZZY provides resources to help young children to learn Italian, French, Spanish, Korean, Chinese or German.

Click here to go to Muzzy. Use your library membership card to sign in.

Select the language you would like to learn, then start your lessons, or click on the lifesaver icon to watch the 'How to' video.

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Encyclopedia Britannica Online Library Edition

This can be searched according to the user’s age group, ensuring results are suitable for all stages of learning.

To begin your research, have your library card handy and go to Britannica Library.

Learn and engage with Noongar language and music with Mayakeniny ('Sound Dancing')

This is a free resource for adults and children. It features short webisodes for learning Noongar language, a searchable wordlist with references to historical documentation, and Noongars children's songs with karaoke videos - with new features being added over time.

You don't need a library card to access this website. Click here to visit Mayakeniny and find out more.

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The Overdrive Kids eReading Room displays only content that is suitable for kids.

No adult content will appear in the search results.

Have your library card handy and click here to browse the downloadable e-books.

It's very user-friendly, but if you would like some guidance, click here to find Overdrive set up instructions.

Create a Kanopy account using your library membership, and access unlimited Kids' content.

Have your library card handy and click here to sign up or log in to Kanopy. Then click on Kanopy Kids, set the parental controls, and stream unlimited kid-friendly movies and TV series.

Note: Adult Kanopy content is limited to 4 downloads per month per membership; Kanopy Kids content is unlimited.

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Busy Things is a great learning resource with over 100 fun activities that teach key skills for young children.

Great for school-readiness and younger ones starting out with online learning.

Access is free for library members. Have your library card handy and click here to start the fun!
Story Box

The Story Box Library is an online reading room where the wonderful world of Australian children’s literature comes to life.

Use your library card number and select State Library of WA to log in. Click here to start.

Learn to type with KAZ!

Touch-typing is a valuable skill if you need to use a keyboard for study, work or play. KAZ is suitable for anybody aged 6+. 

Developed with guidance from the British Dyslexia Research Trust, KAZ also offers dyslexia-friendly functionalities, minimising visual stress by allowing each individual to set preferences for visibility comfort.

Have your library card handy and click here to start. Select our library service, log in, then choose your preferred visual settings. Note: This resource is most effective when each module is completed in order - so don't skip any modules or lessons!

Play Minecraft?

Some awesome WA libraries have banded together to create LibraryCraft, a free Minecraft server that is available to WA kids aged 7-17 years old.

Click here to go to the LibraryCraft site and find out more.

To join in the fun, click on the Join button and submit your details to be able to access the server.

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Funbrain offers a great range of fun maths and reading games for all ages – and it’s free!

Click here to start.

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