A guide to the many resources available at the library.
Look under these call numbers in the adult library:
371.04 -Homeschooling Resources
(in the Study Resource Center, Adult Library)
372 - Elementary education
Picture books plus : 100 extension activities in art, drama, music, math, and science /
Sue McCleaf Nespeca, Joan B. Reeve j 027.6251 Nes P-T (children’s library)
The first year of homeschooling your child : your complete guide to getting off to the right start /
Linda Dobson 371.04 D61
Home learning year by year : how to design a homeschool curriculum from preschool through high school /
Rebecca Rupp. 371.04 R86
The well-adjusted child : the social benefits of homeschooling /
Rachel Gathercole 371.042 G37
The heart of wisdom teaching approach : Bible-based homeschooling /
Robin Sampson 371.042 S25
The ultimate homeschool physical education game book /
Guy Bailey 371.042 B33
Do a subject search on the online catalog using the following terms:
Activity programs in education
Use our subscription databases to find full-text magazine and newspaper articles, encyclopedia entries, biographical resources, poetry, photographs and more! Databases provide high quality, concise information not always available on the web. These services are available to you from the Mt. Lebanon Library, the eiNetwork and the State Library of Pennsylvania.
You will need:
Your current library card number (type in with no spaces)
To make sure cookies are enabled on your browser.
To use the help screens for each database to assist you with your searches.
To access the databases from the children’s library homepage, follow this path:
Search the Internet - Find Information Online - Library Databases.
For more help, please ask a librarian.
A comprehensive website that will help you homeschool your kids from preschool, kindergarten, through homeschooling high school.
The website of Practical Homeschooling Magazine.
Homeschooling basics, curriculum guides, printables, and more at this site from About.com
Find lots of information about homeschooling in Pennsylvania at this site maintained by home educating families.
The website of HSLDA, a nonprofit advocacy organization established to defend and advance the constitutional right of parents to direct the education of their children.
Mt. Lebanon Library subscribes to over 350 magazines, journals, and newspapers for adults, teens, and children.
Home education magazine
Teaching exceptional children
The mailbox bookbag
Teaching pre-K– 8
The education digest
The exceptional parent
Our collection also includes videos and DVDs, audio books, and CD-Roms.
We are happy to help you put together a collection of themed books and we have subject booklists available to assist you as well. Please don’t hesitate to ask for help.
Mt. Lebanon Public Library
16 Castle Shannon Blvd.
Pittsburgh, PA 15228
last updated 8/08