Internet Resources

Legal Help

Home School Legal Defense Association
The Home School Legal Defense Association is a non-profit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children and to protect family freedoms. FHE strongly encourages all home educating families to join HSLDA.

College Preparation

Missouri Department of Higher Education college preparation core curriculum guidelines (The Coordinating Board of Higher Education encourages governing boards at Missouri's postsecondary institutions to incorporate this 24-unit high school core curriculum into admissions processes for all first-time freshmen.)

ACT Online (ACT Test)

ACT/SAT Prep Course Reviews

College Board Online (SAT test)

Sat, GRE, Tests 

Official CLEP information

Accelerated Distance Education

Art and Music

Louvre Museum

A. Pintura, Art Detective

Exploring Leonardo

Inside Art 

Children's Music Web

Foreign Language

Foreign Language For Travelers




Ask Dr. Math

Gallery Of Interactive Geometry

Khan Academy 


Carol Hurst's Children's Literature Site 

The Children's Literature Web Guide 


Answers in Genesis

The MAD Sci Network

Science Learning Network

Museum of Science, Boston

NASA Home Page

NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory


U.S. Space Camp

Dennis Kunkel's Microscopy

Microscopy Primer

Missouri Botanical Gardens: MBGnet Home

Human Genome Project Information

Guided Tour: Visible Human Project


Neuroscience for Kids

Ocean Planet Home Page

The Electronic Zoo


U.S. Geological Survey

Internet Plasma Physics Education Experience

The Franklin Institute

Science City

St.Louis Science Center


Miami Museum of Science

Record Keeping

FHE Plan Book, Fillable Hour Log, and Fillable Transcript Template
(Downloads Available for FHE Members – Login at the bottom of this page,
then click on the “Members Only” tab and “Member Resources”)

Academic Records by Classical Conversations (high school transcript) (high school transcript)

Edu-Track Home School

Homeschool Tracker 

Homeschool Planbook 

HomeSchool Minder

Education Plus+ 

Fast Transcripts

Reference and Research

Cathy Duffy Reviews

Intelligence Resource

Research It

Websters Dictionary

Old Farmers Almanac

Britannica Online 

CIA World Fact Book

National Geographic

The Library of Congress

Smithsonian Research Museums

Information Please


National Geographic Society

Discover America Through Postcards


Animated American Timeline

Colonial Williamsburg

Lewis and Clark

NativeAmerican Indian Resources

The American Civil War Homepage

The Civil War Homepage

Civil War Page 

Edison National Historic Site Home Page

The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue

The White House Historical Association, First Kids

The Presidents

The First Ladies of the United States of America



Writing Den 


Internet Public Library


National Black Home Educators

Quia Web

Donna Young's Homeschool Printables 

Teachers.Net Lesson Plans 

Discover School's Puzzlemaker

Homeschool World

Dynamic Learning



Here are some websites for additional resources some are temporary while public schools are closed.

Did you know that there is NO cost to the TypeTastic program for schools? AND it's ad free! You can use it on tablets or computers and let students practice 150 levels of typing skills during quiet time.


Virtual fieldtrips


FreedomHomeschooling virtual fieldtrips

Here’s The Entire List of Education Companies Offering Free Subscriptions Due to School Closings



Your Kids Can Now Watch Astronauts Reading Stories From Space


NASA makes their entire media library publicly accessible and copyright free


HUGE List Of VIRTUAL Field Trips Your Kids Can Take From Home


Epic!  Books


Broadway plays for a limited time


3 Free Weeks of Maker Stations to keep your students creating at home! Each challenge includes simple instructions using materials around the house, QR code video resources, and a student recording sheet.



Explore US National Parks via 360 degree virtual tours


450 Ivy League courses you can take for free right now


Everbright magazine get the Easter issue free


You can now download over 300,000 books from the NYPL for free


Scholastic is offering several free resources during this time and they are amazing. If your kids are bored this weekend (or in the coming month), check them out. The articles are geared towards kids and very interesting. You can even read as a family and discuss!


FREE Coronavirus Relief Packs are now available for Preschool through 5th Grade. Each download includes worksheets, activities, songs, and videos for all subjects:

IMPORTANT: The download is a .zip file. You must be on a computer or laptop to save it. Thanks!


Another new batch of free activities is now available at  site:

Today was got a Character-Maker, the Scribble Game, a desperate astronaut, and some blank clothes that need funky patterns. Scroll down to find them.

Each day there are more activities posted!