Kids


S.T.E.M. Programs

Last Updated 2019/02/27

What is S.T.E.M.? S.T.E.M. is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (sometimes also known as S.T.E.A.M. adding A for Art). These programs are focused on teaching children the fundamentals of how to do projects and learn about each of these subjects with the aim of making it fun, engaging, and interesting enough that


After School and Weekend Programs

Last Updated 2020/07/07

Unfortunately due to Covid-19, all in-person programs are currently on hold. Please take advantage of our virtual programs which are posted weekly on our Facebook page.              


Storytime

Last Updated 2021/12/21

In-person Storytimes are Back! Held in the Manual Training School adjacent to the Library. Pre-registration is required due to limited occupancy. COVID-19 precautions are in place. Please phone the Library at (250) 426-4063 or email staff@cranbrookpubliclibrary.ca if you have any questions about this event or difficulty when registering. We can’t wait to see you there!


Recommended Websites for Kids

Last Updated 2019/01/23

    Touch Typing Program Games Games   Harry Potter Book Info, Quizzes, and More    Play and Make Games    Random House Books Kids Selection   Magic School Bus Activity Lab   Games   Games, Music, and Stories   Robert Munsch Official Website    Kids Books from Scholastic Helpful Information Websites   AMAZE takes


Summer Reading Club 2021

Last Updated 2021/05/29

Summer Reading Club 2021 will involve outdoor and indoor activities planned for each week and LOTS of prizes! Programs will be self-directed but virtual programs may require you to register.  Due to COVID-19 the Cranbrook Public Library will not be providing in person programming for the Summer Reading Club. The BC Summer Reading Club opens


Homework & Research Help for Kids

Last Updated 2021/02/16

Homework Tips Use Library databases which have lots of useful information that’s not necessarily available through Google. This is always information you can trust. Websites can also help you with your homework, but make sure: you’re safe while surfing the Internet, the websites you find are from reliable sources and learn how to properly cite


Recommended Reading for Kids

Last Updated 2019/01/16

The Canadian Children’s Book Centre The Horn Book Fanfare Kirkus Review Red Cedar Book Awards  


Children

Last Updated 2019/01/11