Recommended Websites for Kids

For Homework, check out our Kids Homework Help page.

eBook Databases:

TumbleBooks includes eBooks and eAudiobooks, specific to students K – 12 in a variety of subjects, as well as graphic novels.

Access is made possible due to province-wide funding. Enter the username: priverpl and password: libra. 

Enjoy these how-to videos for TumbleBooks via Youtube.



Download Kids eBooks and eAudiobooks from OverDrive with options for Juvenile and Teen.

For help with this service, read more here.

We recommend the free app “Libby” to connect with OverDrive on your mobile device.

Games & Activities

  • CBC Kids – A fun selection of free kids’ games, many with a Canadian theme!
  • Fun Brain – Improve your reading and math skills, and play games, sorted by grade.
  • Indigenous Story Books – Learn how to read through interactive Indigenous stories, includes Cree and Haida
  • I Spy – Here at I Spy, kids can play online games, make their own game, and find out new and upcoming books.
  • Nick Jr. UK – Includes games and activities with many favourite characters like Paw Patrol, Peppa Pig, Thomas the Tank Engine, Dora, etc.
  • PBS Kids – Full of stories, music, and games. Visit feature pages for Arthur, Bob the BuilderClifford, Sesame Street and more…
  • SafeKid Games – An assortment of games that often have an educational and learning purpose.
  • TVO Kids – Games for Preschool, and School Age with popular, familiar faces.

Books & Authors:

  • BC Teacher’s Federation – Teachers recommend their top 100 books
  • Eric Carle – Eric Carle’s official site! Check out caterpillar games, lists and bio.
  • Goodreads – A wonderful resource for readers, including children.
  • Harry Potter – Find out more about Harry Potter books and take the quiz!
  • – Learn all about Robert Munsch, his books and upcoming releases.
  • – Learn about their latest publications for children, including the Magic School Bus.
  • Storyline Online – Sponsored by the actor’s guild, watch videos of your favourite actors reading kids’ books.

Further Resources:

  • Families Change – A government of British Columbia website that helps families deal with divorce and separation.
  • KidsHealth – An excellent health resource for parents, kids and teens.