Youth services staff members have been curating a Wakelet profile since the beginning of the pandemic that we hope that all at-home learners will find useful. You can find our learning resource collections, as well as a backlog of our virtual programs and activities to try. Explore at wakelet.com/@YouthservicesAHML
Year round reading programs on Beanstack!
Reading programs are not just for the summer when you read with the Arlington Heights Memorial Library! Now including a new program for grades K-3! Participate anytime, anywhere using Beanstack. Log on to ahml.beanstack.org, or download the app from the App Store or Google Play. Your age will determine what program
Explore Stories and More Online
Did you know you can enjoy a variety of storytime and learning resources from the comfort of your home?
BookFlix is a fun resource that pairs a video recording of a book, with a nonfiction companion book. Fun puzzle challenges are available, as well as more info for you to "Dive
Updated: 4/1/20 - Check out these free resources that will keep your students learning even when you aren’t in the classroom.
Use these online tools to better understand current events
Issues, controversies and arguments are everywhere in the news. However, with soundbites and social media posts, it’s difficult to understand all the nuances that are relevant. You can use several of the library’s online databases to help get a better understanding of what’s behind the hot topics of the day: