It's that time of year again! Club Read has come to an end, the last grains of sand have fallen out of your book bags, and the temperatures are... still in triple digits. It's time to go back to school!
In the midst of scrambling for school supplies, scheduling haircuts and realizing that the kids somehow outgrew everything they wore last school year, we are here for you. Year-round, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District provides a vast array of free resources for students, from live or online homework help, to book recommendations for young readers. We've compiled our best and brightest education resources below so you can *breathe* and get back to that to-do list before it gets any longer. All you'll need to access these resources is your free LVCCLD library card. Don't have one? Apply here.
Ready for Kindergarten: Parent Engagement Activity Sessions are designed for children ages 3-5 years old with the primary aim of teaching social emotional and academic skills needed for pre-k and kindergarten readiness, while providing an opportunity for positive parent-child interaction and strengthening the parent-child relationship.
BrainFuse: Get help with your homework from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily! Subjects include math, science, social studies, and more!
IXL: Unlimited practice in math, language arts, science, and social studies.
Socrates: This new learning tool performs like a video game, with prizes and incentives, as it sharpens math, English language arts, and science skills for grades K-8. Content adapts and grows as the student advances grades. Multilingual and cross-cultural support is also offered.
Starting August 27th, the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District Foundation offers FREE drop-in tutoring from Clark County School District teachers: