The Colusa County Free Library announced it had begun offering ABCmouse.com, a comprehensive learning resource for children aged 2 through 6, at all seven of its branches.
“ABCmouse.com is the winner of numerous awards from national education, parent, and media organizations,” said Colusa County Librarian, Stacey Costello, “this is an exciting resource for our patrons.”
ABCmouse.com offers a highly engaging, expert-designed curriculum for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, and beyond. With more than 3,500 individual learning activities, 450 lessons, and more than 300 online books, ABCmouse.com for Libraries encompasses reading and language arts, math, science, social studies, art, and music, to help children build a strong foundation for academic success.
“Age of Learning is committed to helping every child learn, and our latest Education Access Initiative—ABCmouse.com for Libraries—is a significant step in that effort,” said Zachary Katz, Senior Vice President of Corporate Development at Age of Learning. “For the millions of families without a computer or broadband Internet at home, the local public library may be the only place they can access online learning resources like ABCmouse.com.”
ABCmouse.com for Libraries offers a safe, Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA)-compliant, 100 percent educational environment for children, with no advertising or links to external websites. Parents also can create a personal account in the library to enable their children to customize their experiences and save their progress on the ABCmouse.com Step-by-Step Learning Path™.
For more information about ABCmouse.com visit your local library branch.