We hope to share resources to help families who are homeschooling. Hopefully this will be a growing list!
Thanks to a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services (https://www.imls.gov) we are able to offer Universal Class, a free program that brings libraries lifelong learning courses in over 30 subject areas, many of which offer continuing education units (CEUs). Click HERE for more information.
Click HERE for information on the Fall Mountain Regional School District.
Granite State Home Educators is an all-volunteer, nonprofit homeschool support organization that serves New Hampshire families who choose to home educate their children.
GSHE has a robust website with resources to help prospective and current homeschoolers through their home ed journey. Our FAQ, Where to Begin, and Homeschool Methods pages are the ones many parents turn to first to get started.
Click HERE for the NH DOE Homeschooling page
Click HERE for the U.S. Department of Education
Click HERE for NH’s Virtual Learning Academy Charter School.
Click HERE for the NH Home Education Coalition
Click HERE for homeschooling resources from the NH Historical Society.
|•Distance Learning Guide provides ideas for streamlining every step of getting started with CS First, and recommends activities to use based on your class’ needs.|
|•Distance Learning Tips Video covers common challenges and solutions for distance learning with CS First.|
Click HERE for digital ebooks, audiobooks and magazines.
Click HERE for information on free museum passes with your library card.
A Parents Guide to Autism from Sprout. Click HERE for details.
Learn and practice Google Scratch coding HERE.
Become a citizen scientist! Click HERE for details.
Click HERE for free music learning sites from Save the Music
Click HERE to access the Student’s Internet Research Guide from Internet Advisor