Children

Children's Activities

MPL Story time and Activities Wednesday and Friday at 11AM

Rotating Programs for kids of all ages Tuesdays 4-5pm! Check our Calendar section for more information on the current program activities.

Sites for Kids

Coloring & Crafts
DLTK's Crafts for Kids features a variety of printable children's crafts, coloring pages, worksheets and activities.

Coloring.ws provides free coloring pages on a variety of subjects.

Early Childhood
First-School.ws features free fun preschool lesson plans, educational early childhood activities, printable crafts, worksheets, calendar of events and other resources for children of preschool age.

KidsRCrafty.com offers activity sheets, coloring pages, dot-to-dots, mazes, vocabulary and worksheets in both English and French.

KidZone.ws offers printable preschool and kindergarten worksheets help younger kids learn their letters, numbers, shapes, colors and other basic skills, as well as printable grade school worksheets to help older children learn phonics, reading, creative writing, math, geometry, science and geography.

MakingLearningFun features educational printables and activities designed for pre-K through first grade students.

Science
NASA Kids' Club brings you an exciting way to look at our Sun and Earth, our solar system and the universe beyond. Explore your world and beyond through NASA's eyes. Enjoy science through games, activities, movies, and even resources to help you with your homework.

Government
Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government Ben's Guide to the U.S. Government, a service of the Government Publishing Office (GPO), is designed to inform students, parents, and educators about the Federal Government through learning adventures, games, and printables. An excellent resource for history, government, and civic information for kids K-12.

CIA Kids' Zone Kids K-12th can learn more about the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) through the CIA Kid's Zone. The CIA is an independent US government agency that provides national security "intelligence" to key US leaders so they can make important, informed decisions. CIA employees gather intelligence (or information) in a variety of ways, not just by "spying" like you see in the movies or on TV (though they do some of that, too). Here you can read more about the CIA, play some games, and help solve some puzzles.