We are Boston, MA homeschoolers. Below are local and online resources our family uses. 

Boston Sports

Boston Centers for Youth & Families

For a small fee, your family can become members and enjoy unlimited access to their facilities, programs and services. We love the pools.

Franklin Park Tennis Association*

They are great with the kids. Adults have free classes too.


Starting at 3, this dance school is the only one I am aware of that teaches African dance and celebrates Black culture.

Roxbury Youth Soccer League

Soccer starts at 4 years old for a small fee.

Swaby Tae Kwon Do

Master Swaby is great with the kids. I'm impressed that children spar as young as 4 years old. 

Boston Mom Support

Phenomenal Moms*

Inspiring and resourceful womyn

Curriculum & Readings


Online educational and fun curriculum for ages 0 to 7.

Boston Basics*

Five basic ways to give baby a healthy start.

Black Children's Books & Authors

A great online bookstore. We subscribe for book recommendations.

Black Past*

Loads of information of black history around the world.

DommiesBlessed Reading List*

Here are some of our favorite books that you can either purchase or get from your local library.

Frugal Bookstore​

Family owned and operated book store.

Great Black Heroes*

A comprehension list of recognized and unrecognized Black intellectuals who made undeniable impacts on our world.

Kamali Academy

We have not tried out their products yet, but it's the first African-centered curriculum I am aware of out there.

Mahogany Books

A family operated book store.

The Black Inventor Online Museum*

A healthy list of amazing black inventors.

Places We Visit in Boston

Boston Children's Museum*

Play to learn all day. Get free passes from the library or go Fridays after 5pm for $1.

Boston Public Library*

So many books, activities, cool people. I'm sure every branch is amazing...Just Go!

Countdown to Kindergarten*

Great way to start baby in routine and build community. Once a week class with baby & caregiver.

Fields Corner Children Thrive*

A lot of family-friendly activities

First Teacher*

Thought provoking workshops on how to be a better parent.


Little Book Worms

Story time and chance to pet domestic animals at the MSPCA (animal shelter) 

Mass Audobon*

While they do have free events and online quests, they also offer very interesting nature classes for kids (for a small fee).

Museum of Science*

The Discovery Center is great for 0-3 year olds. Explore with the family. Get free passes from library.

The Museum of the National Center For Afro-American Artists

also known as the black head museum, this place is a hidden gem 

Union Capital Boston*

An app listing events in our community. I believe you have to contact them to get access to the app.

Online Subscriptions

Bay State Banner

I read to stay updated on our community as well as to find local events.

Boston Parents Paper

I skim to find local family events

Boston Central

Great site for last minute activity ideas.

Vital Village

Another hub to find great events.

*free or has free activities