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Playaways makes audiobooks accessible for everyone, providing the portability of a digital audiobook with the grab-and-go convenience of a physical format.
Playaway View is the all-in-one video player that makes popular content accessible in a simple, portable and durable format. Each player comes pre-loaded with multiple videos making it simple for patrons to access digital movies, shows, educational programming and more without the need for DVDs, downloads or an additional player.
Storykits contain a variety of storytelling and circle time materials, including: books, puppets, musical instruments, CDs, DVDs, rhyme and song sheets, puzzles, items to count and sort, and props. Kits circulate for 4 weeks and can be picked up and returned to any CKPL branch.
Playpacks are created for movement! These unique physical literacy kits are filled with equipment, props, and books that encourage families to get up and move! Play Packs are great resources for parents, grandparents, teachers, early childhood educators, day care providers, homeschoolers, coaches--and even family reunions!
Bag of Books is a resource offered to teachers and daycare providers where 25 books, including board books, picture books, early readers, and easy non-fiction, are selected on a topic of your choice and available for you to pick up from any CKPL branch.
Online resources include electronic databases, newspapers, magazines, encyclopedias and journal articles. For more information, visit the
Online Databases page.
||Brainfuse Homework Help: offers a comprehensive suite of online academic services designed to support many learning needs and styles. Expert online services include: Live Tutoring, Skills-Building, 24/7 Help Center, Writing Lab, etc.
Adult Learning Centre: achieve your learning and career goals with our LIVE, one-to-one academic coaching, Test Centre, and online resources.
||CultureGrams contains concise, reliable, and up-to-date cultural information on the countries of the world. It goes beyond mere facts and figures to deliver an insider's perspective on daily life and culture, including the history, customs, and lifestyles of the world's people.|
||Canadian Points of View Reference Centre is a full-text database designed to provide students with a series of essays that present multiple sides of a current issue. The database provides information on 100 key topics of interest to Canadian researchers|
||Designed especially for elementary and middle school students, NoveList K-8 is an online database with fiction titles chosen specifically to support the pleasure reading needs of students. Includes book talks, recommended reads book lists, excerpts and reading levels.|
||Targeted to K to Grade 3 age group, PebbleGo Animals, PebbleGo Science, and PebbleGo Dinosaurs databases feature built-in reading and research tools expertly levelled for emerging readers. Articles include narrated text and highlighting.|
||An online collection of animated talking picture books that teach children the joy of reading in a format they will love.|
||With over 600 titles and reading levels from grades 3 to 8, TumbleBookCloud Junior is a great option for adventurous young readers who wish to go beyond the picture book collection in TumbleBookLibrary!|
In My Community
Discover other community resources on early childhood and parenting below:
Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent
Chatham-Kent Public Health Unit
The Canada Learning Bond is a grant from the Government of Canada that offers up to $2000 for your child's Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) to help parents get a head start on saving for their child's education after high school.
Find out more about the Canada Learning Bond.
Physical literacy is the motivation, confidence, physical competence, knowledge and understanding to value and take responsibility for engagement in physical activities for life. For kids to be physically active, they need to feel confident in activity settings. This confidence comes from having learned fundamental movement skills and fundamental sports skills (physical literacy) as a child.
To learn more about physical literacy, visit these sites: