Includes official homeschooling contacts, groups, and local resources.
Links to sites your child can use to explore favorite topics.
Links to old-school games like Oregon Trail, Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego, and more!
While the museums are physically closed, many have made their collections available online.
Boston Children's Museum: Take a virtual tour of the museum and access daily activities from home.
Children's Museum of New Hampshire: Access educational activities and resources, take a virtual tour of the museum, and more from home.
Currier Museum of Art: Explore virtual collections, programs, and projects to work on at home.
Google Arts & Culture: View a variety of virtual museum collections from around the world.
Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum: Go on a tour of their gardens, view virtual exhibitions, and enjoy musical programs from home.
McAuliffe-Shepard Discovery Center: View virtual exhibits, watch planetarium shows, and access science activities to try at home.
Museum of Fine Arts: Go on virtual exhibition tours, watch artist interviews, listen to musical demonstrations, attend online events, and more from home.
Museum of Science: Watch virtual programs, view exhibits, listen to podcasts, access STEM activities, and more from home.
Museum of the World: Interact with a virtual timeline of world artifacts from the British Museum of London.
National Museum of African American History and Culture: This "Talking About Race" web portal helps people explore issues of Race, Racism and Racial Identity.
New England Aquarium: Watch the Museum's Penguin and Ocean Tank webcams, view virtual programs, and access projects to try at home.
Seacoast Science Center: Access a variety of virtual presentations and activities from home.
Strawberry Banke: Enjoy virtual tours of their gardens and houses, and access a variety of activities to try at home.