Swopbots and Rainforest coding are 2 e-resources that teach kids how to code in a fun and entertaining way.
Access is free for library members.
Have your card handy and click here to go to our Online resources for parents and children page, where you’ll find more information and handy links to the sites.
…and if they love coding, they’ll probably enjoy CoderDojo, a coding club for Ninjas aged 7-17 years, hosted at the Margaret River Library on Fridays after school. Click here for more details about how to join the Margaret River CoderDojo.
We are pleased to announce that we now have a C-Pen available for our library community. The C-Pen is a totally portable, pocket-sized device that reads text out aloud with an English human-like digital voice. It can assist anyone learning English or living with reading difficulties such as dyslexia.
Patrons who would like to try the technology before committing to purchasing one of their own are welcome to borrow the library C-Pen and take it home to explore the functionalities. It is user-friendly and comes with instructions for use.
The C-Pen is currently located at the Margaret River Library but is also available for Augusta patrons to borrow – just ask your friendly library staff to assist if you would like to borrow it.
Busy Things is a great learning resource with over 100 fun activities that teach key skills for young children.
Great for school-readiness and younger ones starting out with online learning.
Access is free for library members. Have your library card handy and click here to start the fun!
…or click here to browse the full range of library e-resources available for our Junior community.