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Online library events and activities

Online library events and activities

We've put together some virtual events for you to take part in, during the coronavirus pandemic. See below:


Take part in our Rhymetime every week. We share lots of rhymes and songs.

Every Friday we will post a Rhyme to share along with some Rhymetime inspiration to keep you going on our Rhymetime Facebook Page.

Check out the Tiny Happy People website, from the BBC, for more inspiration.

Story time

Every week we share lots of stories together. Every Tuesday we will post a story for you to share.

Visit our Story Time Facebook page for more details.

Lego clubs

Take part in our Lego clubs. Every week we see lots of you being amazingly creative.  A new theme is set every Thursday.  

You can email your creations to: libraries@wokingham.gov.uk or post on our Facebook page.

Children's online writing club

Why not try one of our weekly writing challenges. Just visit our libraries blog children's online writing club website page and email your entries to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk

Children’s Virtual Origami Club

Why not try one of our weekly origami challenges. Just visit our blog and email your entries to libraries@wokingham.gov.uk.

Online catalogue

Use our online catalogue to access your account, search for and reserve books.

Online resources

Visit our our online reference page to see our online resources. (Only some of these are available from home.)

Online books, audiobooks and comics

Visit our e-Books page to access our audiobooks, e-Books and e-Comics.

Online magazines and newspapers

Read our e-Magazines page to access digital magazines and newspapers from around the world.

Online music

 Visit our online music page to stream and download music.

Useful websites

Follow us on social media


Mental and physical well-being

Check out these websites for interactive stories, rhymes and other activity ideas for you and your under 5s:

  • Alison: Over 1000 free online courses
  • BBC Bitesize: Learning resources for children and young people
  • Citizens Online: Resources from around the web to help you stay in touch with family, friends or colleagues – or to help you to help others
  • Coursersa: Learn from leading universities and companies
  • Digital Unite: Digital guides for health and wellbeing and staying connected
  • Family Zone from the Literacy Trust: As a response to school closures, we have developed a comprehensive web portal for parents, to support you during this time
  • Future Learn: Free courses from Future Learn
  • Harvard Free Learning: Free courses from Harvard University
  • Learn My Way: Free courses to improve digital skills
  • Open Learning: Free courses from The Open University


Visit the Spydus website to join our libraries online.

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