Student Research Tools and Homework Help

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Kids Reading

Loveland Library online databases and educational programs (require a library card): 

     Culturegrams       Little Pim Logo     PebbleGo
 Kidsearch                    Searchasaurus


New! World Book offers homework resources designed just for kids including an encyclopedia, atlas and dictionary as well as biographies, articles, science projects, games and activities. 

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Recommended websites for kids, parents and teachers (no library card required):     

lpl2Navigate online resources with the help of Internet Public Library.  You can even ask a librarian for help with free 24/7 reference service!
 ALSC Find high-quality websites by subject area.  The American Library Association's compilation of websites is geared toward children ages 0-14.  Websites are selected by relevance, appropriateness and accessibility. 

 khan academy

Check out thousands of free video tutorials and interactive exercises.  You can also monitor your progress, making this site great for teachers and homeschoolers.

 nationalgeoWant to find encyclopedia articles your child can understand?  National Geographic allows you to filter your search by grades and ages.
 mymcplWondering which book comes next in your series?  This site allows you to search by series title, book title, subject and author.
 BookwizardFind books that are right for your child's reading level!  Search by grade, Lexile Measure, DRA and Guided Reading. 
 AR BookfinderSearch Accelerated Reader books by author, topic or title.
 Thompson School District Check out the district calendar, upcoming events, attendance areas and more.


 @ Loveland Public Library:

Loveland Library offers many resources for students.  We have various reference materials, multi-media kits, books, videos and magazines to support and reinforce learning.  We offer a study center, a reservable homework room, child internet computers, databases and homework help.

 Kids REad Game

 Do you struggle with reading? The Library is excited to have Reading Buddies available to support young readers by playing a reading game developed by Kids Read.

The Kids Read Game is available for checkout in the Children's Department.

 Thursdays from 4-5 pm during the TSD School Year


 KIDS READ GAME Video Tutorial

 Learn to play the game at home if you can't come to Buddy Reading.

Always feel free to call us at the Children's Department.  We would love to answer your questions! 970-962-2587