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homeschool-friendly things to do in Boston.
Teaching children artistic excellence. Classes include ballet, jazz, tap, modern, hip-hop, and afro.
Photo: Boston Public Library
Dorchester's newly renovated library with updated children's space, a reading garden, and outdoor spaces.
Printable educational resources, like lesson plans, activities and more.
Photo: Condé Nast Taveler
A beautiful botanical garden of trees and plants. Free tours offered.
Boston's competitive double dutch team that encourages physical activity, teamwork and fun.
Photo: Steven Cohen Team
Build a bike for social change.
Photo: Boston Curbed
Conveniently located self-service bike rentals.
Youth football and cheerleading.
Photo: The Catered Affair
Boston's central library has courtyard concerts, author talks, thousands of books, classes and resources.
Photo: Boston Duck Tours
Explore Boston on land and water.
Photo: Boston Harbor Islands
Take a ferry to Boston's 34 islands and peninsulas.
Explore Boston's waterfront district.
Engaging local youth in bicycle mechanics and an eco-friendly form of transportation. Events include city rides and bike related news.
Photo: The Cultural Landscape Foundation
A beautiful beach with great vibes.
Charlestown's neighborhood branch with reservable community space and local history collection.
Chinatown's branch with children's programming, immigration and citizenship information.
Photo: The Garden Club Of The Back Bay
A well-loved local playground with a sandbox, neighborhood toys and a swirly slide.
Free museum with Boston's colonial history.
Countdown to Kindergarten offers weekly play-to-learn groups with gross motor activities, singing and more.
This community center has a batting cage, computer lab, dance studio, pool and indoor track + field. Classes include digital photography, coding and playgroups for 6 months and up.
Youth football and cheerleading teams.
Swim lessons and family swim.
Photo: East Boston Jets
Football and cheerleading teams for ages 5 to 14.