Be safe while exploring the Web!

Because of the nature of the Internet, it is possible to access a series of links that may take a child to almost anywhere. Parents should supervise children while they browse the Web.  Check out then read the Schertz Public Library Internet & Computer Policy.

ABCmouse With more than 4,000 interactive books, educational games, puzzles, and other learning activities,’s award-winning online curriculum is the most comprehensive online educational resource for young learners (ages 2–7+). From Age of Learning, Inc. Free for use in our library.

Chateau Meddybemps Visit this wacky site for all sorts of fun and fascinating activities for younger kids.

Disney Have interactive fun with your favorite Disney characters. Cool craft ideas, coloring sheets, stories and more!

Math Playground You’ll be amazed by how much fun you can have keeping your math muscles ready to rock. For elementary and middle school ages.

National Geographic Kids Elementary to middle school-aged kids will enjoy the numerous games, stories, photos, and even contests about animals, the environment, and different cultures around the world.

PBS Kids Games, stories, songs, and more from popular PBS shows including: Between the Lions, Sagwa, Caillou, Clifford, and George Shrinks.

Primary Games Super fun games originally designed for students. If you can’t decide where to start you can click on the Can’t Decide button on the bottom of the homepage for a random game. Information is included for teachers and parents.

RIF Reading Planet Write and illustrate your own stories, play reading games, or express yourself through poetry — this site is great for younger children to explore reading and writing.

Sesame Street Always a great place to visit and play games with your favorite Sesame Street characters.

TVO Kids An Ontario website that provides engaging activities for kids ages 3–8 that link directly to TVOntario, an educational public television broadcast.