Free Access to Learning Games Now Available for Public Library Patrons

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K5 Stars is now providing public libraries with free accounts, which allow users to access over 200 educational games on topics such as Sight Words, Spelling and Basic Math.

K5 Stars announced today that it is now providing public libraries with free accounts, which will allow users to access over 200 educational games. K5 Stars is a kid-safe, ad free, subscription-based, online learning center. Patrons of public libraries will now be able to enjoy basic learning activities on topics such as Reading, Sight Words, Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division and Fractions.

K5 Stars is a leader in online learning for students ranging from kindergarten to 5th grade. Most of K5 Star's activities are Flash-based, and can be used with any modern web browser.

Parents and education professionals alike have witnessed how effectively the K5 Stars activities help children learn, while they are playing games. One of its key benefits is that users can learn extremely quickly. The K5 Stars educational website dispenses with the non-essentials often found in many other learning games, opting instead to encourage direct and immediate learning.

With this launch of free and easily accessible accounts for libraries and library patrons, students can now access the K5 Stars activities, free of charge, at any public library that has registered for a K5 Stars account.

Upon account activation, library patrons will immediately be able to access over 200 different educational activities. This library account will then be available for use to an unlimited number of library patrons, free of charge. Membership options are also available including Group Memberships, Small Group Memberships and Family Memberships.

Currently, library staff can register for an account with K5 Stars via the form located at

K5 Stars is an online learning center that helps every child become a star learner. is a service by Sierra Vista Software, a privately held company based in Palm Coast, Florida.

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