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Play and Learn

Fun and engaging online resources for children aged 0-12 years. Use these educational resources to support the development of your child's literacy and maths skills.


2 - 8 Year olds

Kingston Libraries' Virtual Storytimes

Kingston Libraries produces virtual storytimes (video recordings featuring your favourite librarians reading great picture book titles) as well as Storytime Live Stream sessions that allow you to join our storytime sessions no matter where you are!

Story Box Library

Video recordings of stories written by Australian authors and illustrators, being read aloud by a range of fantastic Australian storytellers. Get kids excited about reading, inspire their imaginations, and let them have fun with stories! Ideal for 2-8 year olds.

3 - 11 Year olds


Lots of fun games and activities for 3-6 year olds to help with learning basic listening, reading and numeracy skills, as well as resources for 7-11 years olds to help their creative development, world knowledge and problem solving skills.

4 - 12 Year olds

Tumble Book Library

EBooks for kids! A fun and educational resource. Young children can listen to and watch animated, talking picture books. Children learning to read can practice their reading skills with read-along chapter books and non-fiction titles too. TumbleBooks includes games, puzzles, educational videos and books in other languages.

Pre-reading and Starting Reading

Sunshine Online

Sunshine Online makes learning to read fun and engaging for all children, from beginners through to independent readers. It features e-books and interactive activities and games that focus on phonics, comprehension, fluency, spelling and writing and maths stories and activities to help children learn essential early maths concepts and skills.

Starting Code


Busycode is designed to introduce simple computer programming concepts to kids. Fun tutorials, challenges and projects to explore and progress through.

Kids' Activities in the Library

For information on regular children's programs we have running across our 8 library branches, please visit our Kids' Activities page.

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