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Homeschool & Virtual Education Resources

Virtual Education Resources for Kids and Parents

Internet Access:

If you don't have access to the internet at home, you can connect to the library's WiFi from our parking lot 24/7 using your own device.

Adult patrons with accounts in good standing may check out a WiFi hotspot for a period of 1 week.  Reserve a hotspot by logging in to the library catalog.

For low-cost home internet and computer options, visit EveryoneOn.org (income restrictions may apply).

Local School Information:

Virtual Learning Resources:

Websites:

  • Khan Academy: non-profit organization providing video tutorials on subjects for grades K-12, AP classes, and college prep.
  • Project Gutenberg:  non-profit providing free online access to public domain books. A great source for classic books on required reading lists.
  • Wide Open School: Free collection of online learning experiences put together by Common Sense Media and other educational organizations.
  • CK12: Free educational content for students, teachers, and parents.
  • Code.org:  Free computer coding lessons for kids age 8+.
  • Scratch: Beginner coding projects for kids created by MIT
  • iCivics: Civics lessons for kids, including resources for teaching about the presidential election.
  • Forvo:  Free language-learning resource featuring native-speaker audio pronunciations of words in hundreds of languages.
  • TypingClub: Free touch-typing lessons for kids.

Library-provided resources (Some require active library card to log-in):

Activities & Printables for Kids:

Homeschool Resources:

Helpful Books for Learning at Home

Available from the library through contact-free pickup.  See our COVID-19 Services page for details on how to request these books.