• Here are some resources to help you pass the time while at home!


    Internet Archive Digital Library < This resource offers free books, audiobooks, music, and movies. You must create an account using a valid email address, but that's all it takes. This is a site that is easy to navigate and fun to browse. Most resources are downloadable, too.
    >If you can't find a downloadable/readable copy of your desired book on Open Library, try THIS link. It's the parent page : )

    Sno-Isle Library Audiobooks and eBooks < Download, listen, and read via Overdrive - as many as 30 books at a time!

    Project Gutenberg < Read books online for free. This site features older titles whose copyrights have expired. You may find some gems here! 

    Many Books < Again, read online for free! There are many books on this site ; )


    Burke Museum Outdoor Scavenger Hunt < Go for a walk with your family!

    Harry Potter at Home < Wizarding crafts, fun quizzes (which 'House' would you be sorted into? Mrs. Weeks got Gryffindor), puzzles, and articles to read!

    Pacific Science Center's "Curiosity at Home" < Download and try a number of fun activities, watch the live-stream animal feeds, watch tutorials and interviews, and check out the live science shows. 

    Seattle Aquarium < Tune in each day to discover different activities, watch videos about animals, and view the live-stream animal webcams!

    Woodland Park Zoo < Live feed of bats, tigers, and bears - Oh My!

    National Park Service < Wildlife Web Cams. Very calming to passively watch while cooking dinner, doing your nails, or working on a puzzle.


    NPR's "Isle of Calm" < This soothing playlist provides great background music while you work on your studies!



    I hope you are all well! -Mrs. Weeks