For Parents & Teachers
The library wishes to support parents and teachers by providing information on the development and education of children from infancy through young adulthood. To that end, the library maintains a parent-teacher collection that contains books on parenting, homeschooling, digital media in the classroom, and curriculum outlines. We also aim to provide educational programs for the whole family. For more information check out the children's page or contact the Youth Services Librarian directly at 856-665-5959x6 or email@example.com.
A to Z Teacher Stuff Website
Includes a Leveled Books Database featuring guided reading, Reading Recovery and Accelerated Reader levels. for more than 9,000 titles.
Bringing Home The Math
This website from NJN is designed to help parents of preschools introduce basic math concepts in their home.
Children's Technology Workshop
Software and Curriculum for operators of camps and after school programs.
Connect Safely: A Parents' Guide to Facebook
Learn the best way to parent a child hooked into social media, keep them safe and most importantly talk to them about their online prescence.
DLTK's Printable Crafts for Kids
This is where Miss Colleen gets a lot of her craft ideas. Leanne, a mom in Canada, has been sharing crafts for eleven years! Just beware of the pop-ups that have kept the site running for so long.
A quick guide to the Reading Level System used in Pennsauken Public Schools.
A step by step guide to kids crafts.
Great Group Games
Looking for some group activities? Look no further than this website.
The Home School Mom
Provides a wide variety of homeschooling resources by state.
Into the Book
Need to help a child with their reading comprehension? This site provides activities and tips for students and teachers.
From the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, a guide to safe practices on the Internet with sections aimed at parents, educators, teens, children, and police.
NJ Parent Link
Various resources for parents on issues from maternity leave and breastfeeding to incarceration of a parent and social services.
Nursery Rhymes lyrics, origin and history
This site from the UK provides a pretty thorough listing.
Although the online schools are mostly colleges, thiw website provides a collection of K-12 lesson plan resources for homeschoolers.
Scholastic Book Wizard
This resource will help you find books on a particular grade, guided reading, lexile, or DRA level.
Brought to you by Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy, this site provides videos of nursery rhymes and songs you can do at home with your baby to encourage literacy. There are also videos in Spanish.
Zero to Three
All the information you need about the importance of the first three years of life.