Book Raffle!
Win a signed copy of A Promised Land by Barack Obama!
 
The library's spring fundraiser includes a raffle of ONE very sought-after prize, a signed copy of Barack Obama’s latest book “A Promised Land”.
 
Raffle tickets are $5.00 and are available at the library.
 
 
 

Mystery Doug

Video science lessons and activities

 

National Geographic Kids

Games, articles, and videos about animals and nature.

 

astroSTEM

Astrostem.org is an online education platform that includes astronomy lessons, astronomy applications, astronomy workshops, space games, current astronomy and space science news and allows users to produce their own content.

 

SciShow Kids

SciShow Kids is a YouTube channel that explores all those curious topics that make us ask "why?"  Jessi and her robot rat Squeaks answer your questions and explain fun, complex science concepts for young, curious minds.

 

Mystery Science

To help all these teachers during school closures, we at Mystery Science just finished going through all our lessons, pulling the easiest ones to do from home, and putting them all up for free on a page to make it easy. No signup required, no student login—we just want to help.

 

Biology Simulations

Simulations and virtual labs for biology topics including evolution, ecology, and cellular energetics.

 

Backpack Sciences

Teach hands-on elementary science without the overwhelm. Leave the video series with a ready-to-go lesson and a strategy you can use every day. In 4 short videos, this will change your way of teaching science - increasing the amount of science taught, yet reducing the headache of figuring out the details.

 

NASA Kids' Club

Welcome to NASA Kids’ Club – a place to play games and learn about NASA!

 

Amazing Space

Space telescope education program presented by the Education Group of the Space Telescope Science Institute's Office of Public Outreach. “We promote the science and majestic beauty of the universe to the education community. The materials we develop for educators and learners of all ages are accurate, instructionally sound, visually appealing, and carefully crafted to adhere to accepted educational standards.”

 

Backyard Science (Without Internet)

“Three Ways to Do Backyard-Based Science Learning (without access to high speed internet),” presented by Decorah Public Library’s Children’s and Young Adult Librarian (and former elementary Olympic National Park Nature Bridge Science Educator) Rachael Button

 

Reef Relief Virtual Classroom Lessons

Held every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, Reef Relief will be starting virtual classes on Facebook Live! 10:30 AM EST. Each lesson is geared towards students in preK through 8th grade but, anyone is welcome to join, participate, and enjoy!

 

20 Boredom-Busting Science Experiments You Can Do At Home

YouTube sensation Physics Girl is keeping boredom at bay in the best way possible: with DIY science experiments that you can recreate on your own.