Websites for You

Preschool

Berenstain Bears
Clifford
Pre-K Fun
Sprout
Starfall
I Spy
Scholastic Preschool Playground
Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends
Day By Day NY Family Literacy Calendar
StoryLine Online At Storyline Online you can listen to Screen Actors Guild members read children’s books aloud, accompanied by the book illustrations.

Elementary

Hoosic Valley Elementary School Weblist  educational site links
OverDrive for Kids Choose your ebook!
Dave Pilkey for Captain Underpants fans
DK Find Out! a great way to explore all kinds of amazing things!
Homework Help East Greenbush Library page
Kid Search Catalog an easy way to look for your library books
Scholastic BookFlix for Kids high quality books and resources
ABCYa The leader in educational games for kids
http://Audiobooks for Kids and Teens Whether you’re listening as a family, “On-the-Go,” or for quiet time, this terrific curated list for kids & teens gives you dozens of awesome choices. Explore other times & places, family & community themes, fantastic worlds, and familiar classics — Audiobooks for Kids & Teens has something for everyone.

Teens
Homework Help Links East Greenbush Library page
SAT Readiness
Teen Fun East Greenbush Library page
All things Education a link to Colonie Library page
Gale Virtual Reference Library Test prep, free
OverDrive  ebooks, magazines, and movies
http://SYNC Audiobooks for Teens SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+. Running May 5th – August 17th 2016, SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week (30 titles) – pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes.
Runaway Hotline
http://Rensselaer County Youth Services/Programs The Dept. of Employment & Training offers many free services to youths 14 to 24 years of age to help you find and learn about employment and career opportunities, finish your education, or develop a career plan for future work success.
Center for Online Education With the completion of school, a large number of students are undecided about furthering their education. For these students, the biggest roadblock is knowing what field of study or career path to pursue and how to pay for a college education. To help solve this problem,there is  a comprehensive guide where students can research colleges and universities in New York (or any other state), or learn about schools by degree/major. In addition, there is a consolidated list of national scholarships and other forms of financial aid.

NY Colleges Affordability Guide When it comes to a cheap college experience in New York, you’ve got options. Colleges in the SUNY & CUNY systems offer substantial financial aid and there are plenty of smaller private schools that subsidize low-income students. Even better, New York has a truckload of state financial aid packages, including Tuition Assistance Program (TAP) grants, memorial scholarships, teacher incentive programs and loan forgiveness deals. Most of these programs are only available to New York State residents, but check the fine print for details.