Kids @ the Mahomet Public Library

 

Come for the books and programs and stay to play and visit!

Young children have their own area at the Mahomet Public Library, with kid-friendly furniture, books, puzzles, and train and light tables. Comfortable seats for parents and caregivers and a family restroom make this truly a family-friendly space. 

New Children's Books on our Shelves

Preschool Storytimes

Age-appropriate stories, songs, and music to promote early literacy in a fun and engaging way!

Baby Storytime (0-2 years): Tuesdays, 9:30-9:50am

Toddler Storytime (2-3.5 years): Wednesdays, 9:30-9:50am

Preschool Storytime (3.5-6+ years): Tuesdays OR Wednesdays,  10-10:40am

All Ages Storytime: Thursdays, 10-10:40am (School year only)

 

 

Other Kid-Friendly Programs (Summer 2019)

Chapter-by-Chapter Book Clubs on Tuesdays for Lower Elementary (12:00-12:45) and Upper Elementary (1:15-2:00)

World Art for Kids for grades K-5 on Wednesdays from 3:00-4:00

Thursday Morning Movies for all ages on Thursdays from 9:30-11:30

Family Fun Fridays with a wide variety of programs for all ages on Fridays from 12:30-2:00

We also have several one-time programs for children and families. For a complete list of all library programs, please see our Events Page. 

Research Databases and Homework Help Links

Our research databases contain sources useful for students in late grade school through college. 

We also recommend several outside resources for homework help:

  • cK-12: lessons and practice exercises for math and science

  • Crash Course: John and Hank Green's YouTube channel covering a wide range of topics

  • Discovery Education: instructional videos and learning games for math, English, science, and social studies

  • EasyBib: bibliography generator

  • Lexile.com: book searches by lexile score

  • Kahn Academy: a library of thousands of instruction videos on math, science, economics, history, and more

  • Science and Arts Gateway for Education by Cornell University: links to learning resources in science, mathematics, and the arts