From Portland Public Library.
For those who are limiting exposure by staying home but still wish to use library services, Portland Public Library offers a large variety of digital options including eBooks, eAudiobooks, eResearch, and eReference. Or slow down and learn a language.
For kids, don’t miss Tumblebooks — books, graphic novels, videos, languages. Our website, Portlandlibrary.com is our online branch and it never closes.
For residents of York County who don’t have Portland Public Library cards, you can request a free temporary e-card so they may use Portland Public Library’s online resources. Just e-mail email@example.com .
With the e-card, you can access Portland’s e-books, e-audio books, and databases including Tumblebooks story readings for children while Ogunquit Library closed.
Schooling from home resources:
“Here’s a great tool from the Federation of American Scientists: Ask a Scientist your questions about COVID-19: https://covid19.fas.org/l/en
Science & Health Online Learning Activities for Kids.
To help parents and caregivers and home-schoolers, connect them to these great science and health resources to engage kids and help them continue to learn even when they’re not in the classroom. https://medlineplus.gov/childrenspage.html
Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing.
Please direct your local teachers, home-schoolers and parents to this site: https://www.cilc.org/Interactive-Content/Community-of-Learning.aspx
The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL), offers Wonderopolis http://wonderopolis.org/ a free online learning resource visited by 13 million students, teachers, and parents annually.