Due to St. Louis County’s Stay-At-Home order, the Ferguson Public Library will be extending our closure until further notice to help in stopping the spread of the COVID-19 virus and do everything we can to keep you and your family safe. Please continue to hold onto library materials in your possession as due dates have been extended. No one will be charged fines during this time.

We know that this will affect our patrons and are doing everything we can to continue to provide services remotely. Please check out our social media platforms and website for videos and posts on online services, crafts, activities and more. For questions and concerns feel free to contact us at feedback@fergusonlibrary.net. We will do everything we can to help you get through this time and encourage everyone to spread the love of community, family, and friends!

Available Online Learning Resources

While school is out, these educational resources are free to use and make learning fun! Also make sure to also check out our Kids Page for more fun entertainment options!

  • Scholastic Learn at Home: Day-by-day projects to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing. Ages PreK – 6+
  • Storytime From Space: Videos of astronauts reading STEM themed books from the International Space Station!
  • Khan Academy: Free, high-quality, online learning content for kids. Ages K – 12
  • Prodigy Math: Free, online math program using video game-style interface.
  • Duolingo: Free online language learning tools for over 36 languages!
  • No Red Ink: Free, online writing and grammar resource. Parents will need to sign in as a teacher and have their children create a student account.
  • Smithsonian Learning Lab: Free, online resources and activities.
  • Alison: A Range of free online courses in all subjects.
  • Age of Learning: Education programs such as ABCmouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ.
  • Alchemie: game-based learning modules on chemistry.
  • BreakoutEDU: Digital games that students can learn on at home!
  • Century: Thousands of learning resources in English, maths, and science.
  • Circletime: Video classes for kids led by expert instructors.
  • National Geographic Kids: Resources on animals, science, history, people and places from around the world!
  • Education Perfect: A suite of subjects ranging from languages to digital technology