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Ridgewood Library | COVID-19 Education and Enrichment

Education and Enrichment

Please remember that you can contact library staff by using the chat box, emailing ask@ridgewoodlibrary.org, or calling (201) 670-5600, ext. 120. We will answer your questions or comments Monday-Friday between 9:00 am-3:00 pm.


                                  from the Early Childhood, Parenting, and Professional Resource Center, provides dozens of governmental, private, and non-profit organization phone numbers, emails, websites, and other information specifically for parents and guardians.

The National Association of School Psychologists 

offers strategies and advice for parents and guardians on helping children through many aspects of COVID-19 as an illness and pandemic.

NYC and NJ Museums
@ Home

Family activities in English and Spanish, free online courses, digital collections, and more.

360 degree virtual tours, online workshops, lectures, and more.


Tours, gallery exploration, art classes, and more.

adults, and families; art competitions; and artist-in-residence


Daily activities for children,


Virtual family programs, Intrepid history, virtual tours and talks.​

STEM and artistic activities, storytimes, and more.

Printable Books About COVID-19 for Children

My Hero Is You, a book that gives children a role in helping to stop COVID-19 infections.

Trinka and Sam Fighting the Big Virus includes coloring pages.
Ideal for preschool-aged


"Covibook" activity and feelings book about COVID-19 in
several languages (except
for Korean).

Coronavirus: A Book For Children, illustrated by popular children's book illustrator Axel

Coronavirus: Clear Answers for Kids, cowritten by a special education teacher
and a social worker.

Spanish-language picture book with imaginative illustrations.

ALL of these books and more are listed on the NY Department of
Education website.







School-Supporting Resources

Education.com has dozens of ideas and resources to make remote schooling easier --

Khan Academy has courses for preschoolers and beyond. Includes test prep for AP, SAT, MCAT, LSAT, and more.

 NJTV Learning Live  has school-supporting videos for students in grades 3-6.

Helpful ideas for structuring at-home schooling.

DC Kids Camp offers
daily fun and interactive games and activities featuring Teen Titans, Tiny Titans, and younger versions of DC characters like Superman, Lois Lane, Batgirl, and Aquaman. 

The Association for
Library Services to Children 
2020 List of Notable Children's Digital Media has a wide range of websites and apps for children of all ages.

The National Ambassador
for Children's Literature and
an electrifying writer himself,
Jason Reynolds, recently introduced
"Write. Right. Rite.", which begins with a how-to on creating an award for

For young children, try the ALSC Excellence in Early Learning Digital Media Award and honorable mentions.

COVID-19 Time Capsule offers families a way to document this extraordinary and difficult time.

Visit the Library of Congress to find out why readers love webcomics so much.

These learning platforms are always available!

For teens and adults: read first comic book issues free on the Image Comics website. Many subsequent issues are available
Hoopla .

Check our Youth Services page for more ideas!

Looking for something constructive? Try one of these crowd-sourcing projects and help advance knowledge.

Library Hours

When we reopen:

Monday - Thursday




9am - 9pm

9am - 6pm

9am - 5pm

1pm - 5pm

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