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  • Monday-Thursday: 9 AM to 9 PM
  • Friday: 10 AM to 6 PM
  • Saturday: 9 AM to 5 PM
  • Sunday: 12 PM to 5 PM
    (Closed Sundays July through Labor Day)

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225 South Oyster Bay Road
Syosset, NY 11791-5897

516-921-7161
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Syosset Teen Reviews

Digital Resources for Teens 

Academic, general

  • This is a master list of educational resources that started circulating on Facebook and now has hundreds of listings, being updated constantly: - link
  • CK-12 - link - hand-picked lessons in math and science 
  • 450 Ivy League courses you can take -  link
  • Tutor.com - link  Live one-on-one learning and homework help for kindergarten through college students and adult learners; available every day from 2 p.m. to 10 p.m.
  • Learning Express Library - link  Test prep for Career Certification, U.S. Citizenship, and Civil Service Exams, grades 4-12, College Prep and Graduate School Exams, and more. Includes new NY State high school equivalency TASC prep materials. Also contains computer skills tutorials. You must set up a username and password the first time.

Arts and Crafts 

  • Creativebug - link  Craft classes, including fiber arts, sewing, jewelry-making, and cooking.
  • Cricut projects -  link
  • Mo Willems Let’s Doodle together -  link

Author/Book related 

  • Get a personal recommendation from a Teen Services Librarian - link
  • AudioBookCloud- all ages audiobook database - link
  • Authors everywhere on Youtube-  link
  • Nassau Digital Doorway - borrow eBooks and eAudiobooks from OverDrive and Libby
  • Gene Luen Yang - link   Dragon Hoops virtual tour
  • Manga for free! The available volumes and the websites where you can find them are as follows:
  • Weekly Shonen Jump (Shonen Jump +) link
  • Weekly Shonen Sunday (Sunday Weblylink
  • Betsu Comi, Sho-Comi, Cheese!, Ciao Deluxe, Petit Comic, Monthly Flowers 
  • (Shogakukan e-Comic Store) - link
  • RB Digital Magazines - Download and read magazines - link
  • TeenBookCloud- grades 7-12 ebook database -  link

Coding 

  • Code.org  - link Try a one-hour tutorial designed for all ages. Join millions of students and teachers in over 180 countries by starting with an Hour of Code.
  • VidCode-  link   In our continued efforts to support students during school closures, we're announcing Virtual Coding Clubs for students (11 years old and up) who want to make amazing things with code. Clubs are drop-in and meet every Thursday at 3pm EST / 12pm PST. Clubs are lead by Vidcode coding experts! Students join virtually and learn JavaScript programming with a new project each week. All students who sign up for this club will have full Vidcode access until the end of the school-year. 

Cooking 

  • America’s Test Kitchen 50 free recipes -  link
  • Kitchen Quarantine free cooking classes -  link
  • Milk Street Cooking School - link

Dance classes 

  • Debbie Allen Instagram live classes - link

Entertainment 

  • Breakout EDU - link Free Digital Learning Games through high school.
  • Podcasts for teens - link
  • Turn the Page - link   The library’s weekly podcast featuring conversations with bestselling authors, an Olympic Gold Medalist, a film and voice actor, a speechwriter for President Barack Obama, and more—many of whom are current or former Syosset or Woodbury residents.
  • Virtual Disney Park Rides - link

Exercise classes 

  • Fitness Marshall - link fun dance fitness to great music.
  • Planet Fitness -  link free online classes on Facebook Live at 7 p.m. EST.

Foreign Language

  • Pronunciator-  link  Pronunciator is a fun and free way to learn any of 80 languages.  Learn online and get the app for your mobile device.  There are lessons for early learners, young learners and adult learners as well as different levels of courses.  In addition, there are weekly ProLive Conversation Classes that you can join (there are a maximum of 5 students on a first come first serve basis). 

Math and Science 

  • NASA - link NASA has made their entire media library accessible/copyright free.
  • National Library of Virtual Manipulatives - link   
  • NYS Regents Past exams - link
  • PhET - link Free science and math simulations for teaching STEM topics, including physics, chemistry, biology, and math, from University of Colorado Boulder.
  • Regents Review 2.0 - link- Regents Review 2.0 program was developed by WCNY and New York State Teachers in consultation with state organizations. It examines content and demonstrates strategies to reinforce skills necessary in preparing students for this transition exam.
  • TI calculator software - link
  • Virtual FieldTrips - link

Mental Health

Music/videos 

  • Hoopla - link  Stream movies, TV shows, music, audiobooks, eBooks, and graphic novels
  • Kanopy - link  Stream movies, documentaries and TV shows
  • Metropolitan Opera - link “Nightly Met Opera Streams,” a free series of encore Live in HD presentations at 7:30 PM.

SAT/ACT Prep 

  • Khan Academy - link  Online Courses, Lessons, and Practice - Free SAT Prep.
  • Learning Express Library- link   Test prep for Career Certification, U.S. Citizenship, and Civil Service Exams, grades 4-12, College Prep and Graduate School Exams, and more. Includes new NY State high school equivalency TASC prep materials. Also contains computer skills tutorials. You must set up a username and password the first time.

Yoga 

  • Yoga for Teens with Adriene on YouTube - link