The library will be CURBSIDE SERVICE ONLY until further notice.
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.