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The Warner Library will be closed on Sundays until September.
Warner Library Chess Club
The Chess Club meets the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Thursdays of the month from 6:30PM - 8:30PM.
All ages and skill levels welcome. Call Reference for further information (914) 631-7734.
Backgammon Game Night
Backgammon meets on the 1st Thursday of the month from 6:30pm--8:30pm. All ages and skill levels welcome. Backgammon game night is organized by a local member of the US Backgammon Federation.
KID INFO saves YOU valuable time by providing for FREE - in ONE website directory - the BEST Pre K-12 quality educational websites, videos, and powerpoints. KID INFO also links to informative, interesting, and challenging educational game websites that are tons of fun!
A site that covers all the basics (Math, Science, History), and divides them by school grade. Also includes links to other helpful sites.
General homework site featuring subjects, skills and reference sources. Features historical and current information on monthly themes: (Black history month, Women'shistory month, etc.)
Helps you study through an interactive flashcard program.
Elementary, Middle, and High School subjects are covered, in addition to SAT tests, Puzzles, and Parent/Teacher guides. Also includes articles on monthly themes, fieldtrips and tips on writing reports and test-taking.
ipl2 is a public service organization and a learning/teaching environment. To date, thousands of students and volunteer library and information science professionals have been involved in answering reference questions for our Ask an ipl2 Librarian service and in designing, building, creating and maintaining the ipl2's collections. It is through the efforts of these students and volunteers that the ipl2 continues to thrive to this day.
Great Websites for Kids is a compilation of exemplary websites geared to children from birth to age 14. Suggested sites are evaluated by the Great Websites for Kids Committee using established selection criteria. The committee is made up of members of the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association
Cursive writing is disappearing from public schools, but many places still require a physical signature to complete a transaction: Banks when getting a mortgage or creating an account, Car Dealerships when buying a car, tax forms, tax returns and countless other government documents. Learning to write your name in cursive is the first step to developing a personal signature. Here are some websites to get you started.