Our goal is to provide, as best we can, information, resources and activities to Home
Schooling families in the Saint Louis and surrounding areas.

Below is a short list of internet resources which may be of use to you. They are in no
particular order.

Please feel free to
contact us if you have any questions or concerns about home
You need Java to see this applet.
Missouri law does not require a home
school parent to register their children
with the school district or anyone else.
Parents do not need to seek "permission
to home school" their children. For
parents withdrawing their child from
school  for the purpose of teaching them
at home, you should summit a withdrawal
letter. Contact
Families for Home
Education for more information.
RHLschool. This site has lots of free math and language arts worksheets.

Library of Congress.  An American History resource.

The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA)
World Fact Book. Information on every
country in the world.

World Health Organization (WHO). Updated and information about various
outbreaks and epidemics worldwide.

The New York Times. Current Events. You must be registered  to access this
site. Membership is free.

Math.Com On-line practice in many math subjects.

The Scripps Howard Spelling Bee. The national spelling bee’s web-site. It
contains lots of helpful hints.

Merriam-Webster. Vocabulary source. You can subscribe to their  “word of
the day”. It’s free.

The Missouri Department of Conservation
What is the state bird? What’s the state flower? Can I fish without a license?
When is deer season? Find the answer to these and many other questions.

Show me Missouri.Gov
You can find all kinds of information about our state. This site has information
about state parks, tourism, the state constitution and much more.

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
So, you want to be an Astronaut?

The United States Department of Agriculture
Do you want to start a vegetable garden? Do you ever wonder what those
codes on cans and other packaged foods mean?

Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
You never know when or where an emergency will happen. Will you be
ready if and when it does?

The US Department of Homeland Security
If you or your children have concerns about the possibility of another terrorist
attack, this site has ways to help keep you and your family prepared.


Welcome Saint Louis area Home Educators !