Fun kid-friendly activities and websites from across the Internet!
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Fun Activities for Kids from Sources Around the World!
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Our reference librarians have collected this homeschooling information for you. We hope it helps during this upcoming school year!
Helpful Homeschooling and E-Learning Sites
Home Schooling Adventure has been set up to provide all your homeschooling needs at one place.
Power Homeschool is a program intended to aid parents in homeschooling their student. Students are able to learn at their own pace under the supervision and assistance of their parent.
Learn in Freedom provides free information about learning in freedom, and taking responsibility for your own learning.
National Home Education Research Institute-NHERI focuses on homeschooling research, homeschool facts, homeschool fast facts, and in-depth scholarly articles.
Discovery K12 offers a traditional, non-Common Core, secular, homeschool curriculum.
This site provides access to ABRACADABRA and READS, two web-based sites that are highly effective, fun, and interactive early literacy tools.
Feed The Monster teaches your child the fundamentals of reading. Collect monster eggs and feed them letters so they can grow into new friends!
Khan Academy is a nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere.
Global Digital Library that provides books at different reading levels and languages.
StoryWeaver is a digital repository of multilingual stories for children from Pratham Books. Now every child can have access to an endless stream of storybooks in her mother tongue to read and enjoy.
You have access to an entire library of animated books and games from children with your Sugar Grove Public Library card. Tumblebooks is a great computer program you can access from home 24-7 or within the library. The website has a wide variety of picture books, as well as easy reader and chapter books that your child can listen to and follow along with.
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