Asteroid Collision (K-2): You have 45 minutes to get into your secret lab and save the space station.
Og's Great Adventure - Breakout EDU Digital (K-2): You’re Og the Dinosaur. You’ve got many dinosaur friends, but they’re on the other side of the mountain. Traveling there takes all day, and you don’t have the energy to get there.
Saving the Sled Dogs (3-5): Students are racing against time to save the sled dogs. However, they are running into trouble because the dog cages are locked. Figure out all the locks to free the dogs in time for the race.
The Louvre: The world’s largest—and possibly most famous—art museum has several free virtual tour options for some of their best exhibition rooms and galleries. Explore rare Egyptian artifacts, iconic paintings, the beautiful structure of the building, and much more through their 360-degree viewing feature.
Metropolitan Museum of Art’s #MetKids: Explore over 5000 years of art from all over the world, using interactive maps, a “time machine” search function, informational and how-to videos, and so much more.
The Vatican Museums: Visit the Sistine Chapel and many more historic sites of the Vatican in this online tour.
Scholastic Home Base: Your destination for characters, games, stories, and your fellow fans. Make new friends as you explore islands from the books you love - Dog Man, I Survived, 39 Clues, Goosebumps, and many more!
ScienceFlix: Watch, read, and explore hundreds of fun science topics.
Dav Pilkey at Home: Get creative and have fun with your favorite characters Dog Man and Captain Underpants.
National Geographic Kids: Watch animal cameras, learn interesting tidbits about animals, see and share photos of nature, learn about different countries and try science experiments. There's even and area for little kids to explore!
Highlights for Kids: This is the same fun magazine available in the library, but offers online stories, activities, and fun for you.