Library adds free kid’s content for streaming

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Posted 10/13/21

 

 

Jefferson County Library’s streaming video service, Kanopy, now includes Kanopy Kids: thoughtful entertainment for children aged preschool and up.

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Library adds free kid’s content for streaming

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Jefferson County Library’s streaming video service, Kanopy, now includes Kanopy Kids: thoughtful entertainment for children aged preschool and up.

Kanopy Kids provides parents and caregivers with hundreds of streaming videos from a curated selection of educational and enriching videos. Kanopy Kids contains developmentally appropriate, age-based ratings from Common Sense Media, as well as additional parental controls to help keep kids safe.

Kids’ categories include TV series, learning languages, animated storybooks, anime favorites, classic films, and family movies.

Popular titles include “Arthur,” “Babar,” “Franklin and Friends,” “Maya the Bee,” “Wild Kratts,” “Between the Lions,” and “Little Pim.” The collection also highlights classic films from Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton, and Oscar nominated titles, including “A Cat in Paris” and “The Secret of Kells,” plus family friendly documentaries, such as “Girls Rock” and “The Endless Summer.”

Kanopy Kids adds approximately 100 new titles each month and provides unlimited plays so kids are free to explore enriching, educational, and entertaining content without impacting the number of plays adults receive each month.

To access Kanopy Kids, go to https://jclib.kanopy.com/ and click on “Go to Kanopy Kids” in the upper right corner.

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