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ABCmouse for free when you log in while connected to the library wi-fi!

We are excited to announce that we are now offering free access to ABCmouse at the library!
ABCmouse is an online learning platform that is for kids of all ages, but is specifically designed for those in Pre-K, kindergarten, first grade, and second grade. However, ABCmouse also includes Adventure Academy, which is designed for older students.
When kids log in to the website, they are able to choose an avatar and start their learning path through the classroom, exploring and learning using puzzles, games, songs, stories, art projects, printables, and other activities. As kids complete different activities they earn virtual prizes, such as ways to personalize their avatar!
If you would like to use ABCmouse through the library, all you need to do is connect to the library’s Wi-Fi and then go to www.abcmouse.com/library_account on a web browser to get started!

Step-by-Step Learning Paths

Ten Levels. Over 850 Lessons. More than 10,000 Individual Learning Activities.

Ten Academic Levels

The Step-by-Step Learning Path presents the full ABCmouse.com curriculum in a carefully designed program of more than 850 lessons in ten levels. As children complete each lesson, they are guided to the next one and are motivated to continue learning by ABCmouse.com’s Tickets and Rewards System.

Many Ways to Learn

The lessons of the Step-by-Step Learning Path consist of books, puzzles, games, songs, art activities, and/or printables that relate to a specific topic. Each lesson offers children several different ways to learn, in accordance with the recommendations of early childhood experts.


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