Resources from your library

Please visit our Digital Library page for more resources.

Little Pim from Mango Languages – Online language learning for children using videos and flash cards. Learn Russian, German, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Hebrew, English, Spanish and French.

1000 Books Before Kindergarten – If you are interested in participating in 1000 Books Before Kindergarten, start reading and keeping track right away. Contact us for more information. You may use any method you prefer for logging your reading. If you read the same book twice, it counts as two. If you would like to use a reading log, please visit Beaver County Library System, Schlow Centre Region Library, and Wyomissing Public Library for some printable reading logs. Feel free to keep your list in a notebook or any other way you want. Bring your logs into the library for prizes. The first milestone that earns a prize is 25 books.

Don’t forget! In addition to the many resources available at your library, we also offer digital content through Hoopla and Overdrive.

Power Kids

World Book Online

Book FLIX

True FLIX

NoveList

ABC Mouse

(in library use only)

Library & Books:

PA One Book, Every Young Child

Cruise Into Kindergarten

Franklin-Fulton Reads & Franklin County Storytelling Festival

Teacher Resources

PBS Teachers

PreKinders

Starfall

PA Key – Early Learning Standards

Student/Family Resources

Fisher Price

Friv

Fun Brain

PBS Kids

PBS Parents

Starfall

Sesame Street

Fulton County Resources

To find a service in Fulton County, visit the Health and Human Services Directory or call the Helpline at 1(888) 329-2376 (Toll Free) or (717) 485-6767. The Fulton County Family Partnership, Inc. HelpLine is an Information and Referral Line. No matter what your need, you can call the HelpLine. We may not have the answer immediately, but if you leave a number where we can reach you, we will research your need and get back to you with as many resources for your need as we can find. There is no fee for this service. We are “Your local connection to the services you need!”

**Power Library, Power Kids, and Ask Here PA are made possible in part by Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services and through Library Access Funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries, Department of Education, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Tom Wolf, Governor.