Here's a list of some fun, educational, and safe websites for your child to visit and explore:
10 Free Learning Websites for Kids
1. Switcheroo Zoo
www.switcheroozoo.com watch, listen and play games to learn all about amazing animals!
2. Nat Geo for Kids
kids.nationalgeographic.com Learn all about geography and fascinating animals
3. Into the Book
www.reading.ecb.org Go "into the book" to play games that practice reading strategies.
www.seussville.com Read, play games, and hang out with Dr. Seuss and his friends
5. ABC YA
www.abcya.com Practice math and reading skills all while playing fun games!
6. Fun Brain
www.funbrain.com Play games while practicing math and reading skills
7. PBS Kids
www.pbskids.org Hang out with your favourite characters all while learning!
8. Star Fall
www.starfall.com Practice your phonics skills with these read-along stories
9. Storyline Online
www.storylineonline.net. Have some of your favourite stories read to you by movie stars!
10. Highlights Kids
www.highlightskids.com Read, play games, and conduct cool science experiments!
Benjamin Franklin's character-building journal:
Come and visit the Library for a fun-filled
morning every Wednesday from 9:30 to 11:30
For school-aged children
July 6th - Birds
July 13th - Bugs
July 20th - Bubbles
July 27th - 'Christmas in July'
August 3 - Halloween
(feel free to come dressed up!)
August 10 - Career Day
(come dressed as what you would like to be when you're older)
August 24 - Bubble Painting with Donna
(wear older clothes in case paint spills)
due to weather, August 17th program moved to August 24
You must be a member and register your child as
there are limited number of spaces.
Call 488-3971 or message us directly on Facebook
In case you can't come, please let us know as there is a waiting list and we can only accommodate 10 children at a time. Thank you!
2021 Outdoor Children's Program
Thank you to everyone who participated in this program this summer - our students, Hannah and Rebekah for sharing their musical talents, all of the girls and boys who took part in the program and their parents and guardians. Have a great school year!
Summer Arts Program 2019 (Free!)
Ages 6-12 - every Wednesday of the summer starting July 3rd (excluding August 21)
9:30 to 11:30 a.m. at the C-N Municipal Building, unless otherwise stated
Come join us for a morning of singing, dancing and acting with our instructor, Monet Comeau, who has trained in Toronto at the Randolph College for the Performing Arts and is currently in the process of getting her Master's Degree in Musical Theatre at the University of Surrey, England.
To sign up: visit the Library Monday-Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm
or call us at 488-3971
Summer Reading Camp 2019 (Free!)
Mondays 10-11 a.m. (4-6 year olds)
Themed readings and crafts/games each week!
Starting July 1st with a Canada Theme!
Wednesdays 1-2 p.m. (7 year old and older)
Reading some of our summer student's favourite junior fiction novels!
Starting July 3rd with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone.
*Children attending the summer arts program from 9:30 to 11:30 are welcome to walk to the library with Monet and eat their lunch before storytime.
Art & Nature Activities - Summer of 2018
for ages 6 -12
Wednesdays 9:30 am -11:30
July 11: Painting with Donna at Good Shepherd Hall
July 18: Weaving on a loom at Anthony Flower Museum
July 25: Birds & sounds with Joyce Robinson
and plasticine art in the library
August 1: Nature games & interpretive walk with Nature NB
at the Pines Conservation Park
By donation, limited space so pre-register for each activity
by calling the library at 488-3971
Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough, Queens County Heritage,
Life at the Lakes Committee, and Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library
Art & Nature Activities - Summer of 2017
for ages 6 - 12
Wednesdays 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon
July 12: Pottery at Church of Good Shepherd Hall with Heather MacAlpine
July 19: Painting Nature at Church of Good Shepherd Hall
July 26: Dragonflies at the Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library
August 2: Salmon at Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library
August 9: Nature NB at The Pines Conservation Park
limited space, so preregister for each activity
by calling the library at 488-3971
Sponsored by Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough and
Cambridge-Narrows Regional Library