Whether you are homeschooling or simply learning together at home, these resources will help parents guide children on the path of lifelong learning and discovery.
A 2 Z Home’s Cool Homeschooling
Worldwide comprehensive resources for the home educator
Homeschool Legal Defense Association
New Jersey Department of Education FAQ on Homeschooling
Homeschooling the Challenging Child: A Practical Guide by Christine M. Field
The Ultimate Guide to Homeschooling by Debra Bell
Questions about homeschooling? Contact Damaris Katt, firstname.lastname@example.org, library staff member and homeschooling parent.
Learning At Home Websites
Ben Franklin takes kids on kids on a learning adventure through the American system of government. Presented by the Government Printing Office.
The National Women’s History Museum in Alexandria, VA, has an extensive collection of online resources and programs focused on stories that often overlooked in traditional history curricula. Check out the Students & Educators tab for digital classroom resources, electronic field trips, and more.
Research-based reading program parents can use to build comprehension skills at home.
Grade-by-grade interactives and video lessons in science, math, English language arts and social studies, designed to keep preschoolers through high schoolers learning at home during the school closure.
You do not need a subscription to access interesting articles on a variety of topics geared towards students in grades K-6.
Improve your keyboarding skills with typing lessons and exercises geared towards kids.
Common Sense Media keeps minds open while schools are closed with learning resources featuring content from Khan Academy, Scholastic, National Geographic, and much more!
What are your wondering? Explore the many things that make kids wonder, presented by the NCFL, the National Center for Families Learning.
Visit the library’s STEM page for resources to help you explore Science, Technology, and Math!