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Jessica from Children's Collections March 31, 2020, 9:14 AM

Home Study Resources

Regina Public Library has many resources for children and teens who are studying at home. From online encyclopedias to real-time tutoring, we have digital services to help you out.

Brainfuse offers study guides connected to Saskatchewan curriculum, and from 3:00 PM to 11:59pm, you can connect with a live tutor.

We have Britannica School if you are looking for an online encyclopedia. When you log in, you can pick whether you want to be connected to the elementary, middle or high school version of the encyclopedia.

Canadian Points of View Reference Centre brings together research on hotly debated issues, and helps you navigate facts from opinions. An added bonus to this resource is that it is Canadian, so it features Canadian laws and issues.

Mango Languages is a great resource for teens if they are interested in learning a new language, and there are over 70 languages to choose from. 

Note: If you are interested in language learning for young children, check out the Little Pim videos available on Kanopy.

ELibrary, Gale in Context: Elementary and High School Edition are great for finding magazine articles and news on various research topics.  

These resources and more can be found click here for more school resources.

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Jessica from Children's Collections

Natural habitat: Anywhere with books and tea. Favourite Authors: Rainbow Rowell, Mo Willems, Megan Whalen Turner, Julia Quinn, Jonathan Auxier

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