Tamariki – Kids

Tamariki - Kids

A guide to the library for tamariki - what's new, homework help, and fun & games.

We Stand here: Children's vision for their Ōtautahi

Jul 10th | 9:00am - Sep 27th | 12:00pm
This is a collaboration between students at Christchurch East & Tim Veling, Senior Lecturer, University of Canterbury School of Fine Arts.

Homework help

AnyQuestions

Free online homework help to New Zealand school students. Log on to the website from 1pm to 6pm Monday to Friday during the school year.

Many Answers

Many Answers is a place where you can search for answers to popular questions asked on AnyQuestions.

LiveOnline

Get answers to questions & help using eResources. LiveOnline operates 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday, & 9.30am to 5pm Saturday & Sunday.

Recommended

New for Tamariki

eResources for Tamariki

LOTE Online for Kids

Storytime in your language! Kids can enjoy a digital collection of children's books in Languages Other Than English.

Prenda Code Club

Prenda is a learn to code software for kids ages 8 - 18 that teaches the skills to make websites, apps, programs, animations, & video games.

Gale eBooks

Hundreds of electronic reference ebooks covering many subject, including health, business, history, literature, science, travel and more.

Reading

Kids' books newsletter

Our latest kids' books newsletter has titles that will excite young minds and foster a love of reading.

Picture books newsletter

Fun reading for the young children in your life - subscribe to our monthly picture books newsletter and find out what's new.

Bookworms Book Club for kids

Join Bookworms Book Club, uLibrary's kids bookclub for young listeners. This month's book is The Chocolate Factory Ghost by David O'Connell

Te Ao Māori for tamariki

Kapa haka group at the opening ceremony

Te Ao Māori for tamariki

Māori resources for tamariki. Get crafty, read and learn te reo Māori, and explore.

Kids' Treaty Zone

Meet Whetū Marama and her Koro (grandfather) as they find out about Te Tiriti o Waitangi.

Te Whata Raki

Come and discover our online world Te Whata Raki.

Discover the Library

Non-Fiction

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