Child playing computer game

Play games on a
special library computer

Our Early Literacy Stations™ are kid-sized computers packed with 50 educational software programs. 
These programs help with:

  • reading skills
  • problem-solving math and science skills
  • art and music appreciation

Play games online

ABCmouse
With 3.500+ interactive books, educational games, puzzles, and other learning activities, ABCmouse.com's award-winning online curriculum is an invaluable resource for young learners (ages 2-6+). Available from Library computers only.

Slimekids
Slime Kids offers educational games in four categories of games; typing, spelling, grammar, and vocabulary.
Great for elementary school students, parents and teachers.

Cookie
Fun educational games for children ages 3-7, to learn to read with phonics, build skills in math, language, social studies, science and much more.

Disney Online Games
Play a game starring your favorite Disney character.

FunBrain
Educational games for kids in grades K-8. 
PLUS: Check out the Diary of a Wimpy Kid online comic book.

Mattel Games for Kids
Starring Barbie, Hot Wheels, and American Girls.

Funology
Jokes, games, magic tricks, and more!

GeoNet Game
The fun way to learn geography.

Harry Potter
Test your Harry Potter trivia.

Keyboarding Games for Kids
Learn to type.

Pauly's Playhouse
Lots of fun online games.

PBS Kids - Games Central
Choose from many online games.

Poptropica
A virtual world of quests, stories, and games.

Scholastic Kids Games
Games starring Bone, Captain Underpants, and Goosebumps.

Seussville
Play games, chat with the Cat in the Hat, and more.

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Why play games?

Games are not only fun, but many are educational. They can assist in developing:

 

  • spatial perception
  • critical thinking
  • interpersonal skills
  • math & social studies knowledge

Learn chess

The Knights Realm Chess Club for kids meets every Monday.
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