For Primary School Aged Kids
Activities at Home
Join Kate to explore some simple science experiments that you can try using items you probably already have in your home.
This series is supported by an Advance Queensland Engaging Science Grant provided by the Queensland Government.
Looking for the next book in a series or books by a favourite author? Fantastic Fiction is the place to look!
Kinderling is Australia’s most popular kids radio station playing family friendly music, stories and podcasts for children aged 0-9 years. Content is tailored for routines throughout the day including bedtime, playtime, car rides and the “witching hour” and covers a variety of genres and interests – from fables and traditional stories to science-based series, language and cultural explorations around the world, and more. A small bilingual section is also included with stories in English and another language such as Arabic, Greek, Mandarin, or Hindi. Download the app to start listening now. You will need to create an online State Library of QLD app when you click the link.
Lote Online for Kids
Lote Online for Kids is an online resource that allows children to enjoy the magic of books and stories in a range of languages. Each book also includes an English translation to help develop multilingual reading and listening skills.
Nat Geo Kids
Online version of the magazine that teaches kids about the environment, animals, science, history and culture, from 2009-present (3-month embargo). Log into your State Library of Queensland account or create one and explore our wonderful worlds through magazines, books, videos and incredible images.
Story Box Library
See how the professionals do it! Watch Australian actors and authors reading your favourite picture books. Log on using your library card via the link above for an entertaining story time any time you like.
Storynory is a website and podcast bringing free audio books to children. Featuring original stories, fairy tales, myths, poems and music.
Listen and watch ebooks for kids online. Read a review. Write a book report and play games!
When children ask: “Who can I read next?”, the answers are here.