Homeschooling

The Library District has many resources to help homeschoolers. Use this subject guide as a start to help you find materials and information on homeschooling.

Print Sources

Use this list of Books for Homeschoolers as a general guide to help you enrich your knowledge on homeschooling.

This periodical will help guide you in the home education experience:  Home Education

Web Sites:   There are numerous websites to help homeschoolers educate their children. Here is a selection of sites that you may find informative.

Homeschool World

Homeschooling Resources-Waterboro Public Library

Homeschooling Supplies-Waterboro Public Library

New York State Education Department Curriculum and Instruction

New York State Education Department Nonpublic Schools Home Instruction

New York State Loving Education at Home (LEAH)

Online Databases: PPLD subscribes to a select number of online databases for patron use. Use your library card to access these helpful websites in the comfort of your own home or at the library.

PPLD Kids’ Online Databases:  Includes A to Z The USA, Searchasaurus, NoveList K-8 and more – just for kids!

PPLD’s Full Database Listings:   Includes databases for young adults and adults in a variety of subjects of interest.

Search the Catalog:  To find materials to support your homeschooling education, try searching the online catalog with the following subject headings:

Education Parent Participation

Home Schooling

Browse the Collection:  The following call numbers will help direct you to books on Library shelves in the adult collection, which pertain to homeschooling:

371.042

649.6

The Parenting Collection (JPC) at the Adriance Memorial Library includes a section on homeschoolers resources, all of which include the call number JPC 371.042