Kids rule! Welcome to the Elementary Aged Learners page, here you will find all sorts of information on the materials and programs we offer for kids. The Loveland Public Library offers a wide range of programs every week for elementary ages kids including but not limited to, Maker Mondays, Tech Tuesdays, Chess Club, Waggin Tales and MUCH MORE! We also have a unique collection (robots and ukuleles anyone?) and online resources.
To find out more about what we are offering right now go to our events calendar.
Weird Stuff to Checkout!
Robots, Ukuleles, Literacy Kits, and more!
The Loveland Public Library doesn’t just have books (which is totally awesome, of course) but we also have some “weird” stuff to check out! In the children’s department you can check out:
- Zirkel (a fun board game that promotes literacy skills)
- Media kits (music, writing etc.)
- and all sorts of Playaway bookpacks and Launchpads!
View our Goodreads booklists!
Access to many databases, including KidSearch, NoveList, Searchasaurus, and more. EBSCO Host is also available as a free downloadable app, available in your app market.
PebbleGo is the award winning PreK-3 database for reading and research. The PebbleGo databases make learning and improving reading and research skills fun, building on children’s interest. Databases are simple to navigate and offer key reading supports such as read-along audio and word-by-word highlighting.
TumbleBook is your answer to building reading, math and literacy skills. The collection has over 1100 titles with content most appropriate for those in grades K-6. It includes animated talking picture books, chapter books, videos, non-fiction titles, playlists, books in languages other than English such as French and Spanish, graphic novels and math stories.
Helps students find their reading level and recommended reading.
A free service to Coloradans of all ages who are unable to read standard print material due to visual, physical, or learning disabilities whether permanent or temporary. CTBL provides audio, Braille and large-print books and magazines.
Fourth Graders and their families can get a pass for free entry to our National Parks for one year.
You can download eBooks and Audiobooks to your computer, tablet, or iPad using your library card.
Homeschooling groups and resources available from the City of Loveland website.
This is a great resource when you need to find the title of a sequel or the next book in a series.
The Mission of Northern Colorado Reading Initiative is to advocate for parents, educate parents about reading disabilities, connect parents with local resources for early diagnosis of reading disabilities, and connect parents with capable interventionists.
For information about our local school district.
L.E.A.P. School (Loveland/Berthoud Enrichment Access Program) is a tuition-free part-time publicly funded enrichment school for homeschooled students sponsored by Thompson School District.