Berlin-Peck librarians curate these lists with you in mind! These websites are free to use, but some may include advertisements or paid options.
Resources for homeschooling.
State Education Resource Center (SERC) Library
The SERC Library offers a comprehensive collection of resources for educators, families, and other stakeholders, including tests, instructional materials, online journals, and reference and research materials. Browse circulating materials online using the Library’s searchable catalog at www.ctserc.org/library.
Anyone who works, lives or attends a higher institution in Connecticut can get a library card to check out materials from SERC.
Government Information for Children (GIC)
The GIC site identifies government information (documents, databases, resources) produced by local, state, Federal, and international governmental organizations for use by K-12 teachers and students.
Open Culture has over 200 free textbooks, online courses, and many other free kids educational resources including video lessons, apps, books, etc.
Field Trip Directory
Your guide to fields trips in the state of Connecticut. The guide gives field trip lesson plans with fun facts and objectives. Now including Virtual Field Trips!
Free courses for all ages in a variety of subjects such as math, art, computing, economics, and SAT prep.