Homeschool Support Groups
Please note FHE and HSLDA are not secular groups.
Check out FHE's Calendar for their free Homeschool 101 meetings.
Here are some answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about homeschooling.
Here are the five main subjects and the sub topics that fall under their umbrellas.
List of where to do field trips in St. Louis and surrounding areas.
List of classes you can teach.
Other Homeschooling Links
This free field trip destination is for groups of students from late elementary school through college. Students learn about the economy and how economic concepts relate to their everyday lives. Student guides for different grade levels to complete throughout the museum are available.
Since its founding over 150 years ago, the Missouri Botanical Garden has been committed to connecting people with plants and the wonders of the natural world. Today, education remains at the heart of everything we do—from hosting nearly one million visitors a year to strengthening science learning and teaching for students and teachers to supporting sustainability and conservation efforts throughout the St. Louis community and around the world.
Sign up for their newsletter and they will email you about upcoming Homeschool Days. You must register in advance for these Homeschool Days, so plan ahead once you get their newsletter. It is a great day of historical learning! Speakers, plays, free admission to special exhibits, crafts and many other activities are usually included.
The Saint Louis Science Center combines experimentation, creativity and play to help people discover a passion for science and technology.
Education Department Mission: To nurture respect for animals and their habitats and to promote conservation action by providing educational opportunities and experiences.
An all-inclusive sensory gym for kids of all ages, this fun, indoor play date destination has equipment is accommodated for children on the spectrum.