1000 Books B4 Kindergarten
Attention all parents! You can track your 1000 Books B4 Kindergarten reading on Beanstack! Participate in reading challenges, log milestones, and record your books as you read your way to 1000! It’s never too early to begin reading to your child. Visit sequoyahregionallibrary.beanstack.org to get started and set your young reader(s) up for success.
Georgia Library Media Association
Digital resources from the Georgia Library Media Association.
Experience nature from home with the Zoo Atlanta Panda Cam and Georgia Aquarium webcams.
EZ Student Access
Cherokee County School District students can use their student ID number to access library materials by opting into EZ Student Access.
Get Georgia Reading
Digital resources from Get Georgia Reading.
Storytimes from Space
Tune into Storytimes from Space without leaving the comfort of your own planet!
Scholastic Learn at Home
Keep your kids reading, thinking, and growing with Scholastic Learn at Home.
virtual field trips
Enjoy virtual field trips with your family!
AWE Learning provides Early Learning Practice printables and a Writing & Self-Reflection Lesson Plan.
For Homeschooling Families
For Homeschooling Families
To learn about Georgia’s laws concerning homeschooling, visit the Georgia Department of Education’s homeschooling webpage and select “CLICK HERE to Submit an Online Declaration of Intent Form”. Navigate this page to read more information about the laws and requirements regarding homeschooling.
To find current information regarding homeschooling in Georgia, visit the Georgia Home Education Association at ghea.org or homeschool.com.
Resources at a glance available through Sequoyah Regional Library System:
- The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Homeschooling by Marsha Ransom (2001) (371.04 RAN)
- Homeschooling 101: a guide to getting started by Erica Arndt (2013) (371.042 ARN)
Dewey Decimal Numbers for Homeschooling Titles: 371.042 and 649.68
Search terms to use when looking up information in our catalog: Homeschooling, Home School, Education, Great Courses, Modern Scholar, and Modern Math.
AWE Early Learning Stations, located inside our libraries, offer an engaging, educational resource for kids ages 2-8. These Early Learning Stations offer children a safe, standalone computer not connected to the Internet that is age-appropriate, interactive, and academically relevant for early literacy skills. It is designed to support school readiness and early education while making learning fun. The learning content spans all curriculum areas: reading, language, arts, math, science, social studies, writing, typing, music and more.
For additional online resources related to homeschool education, visit our e-Library page.
Sequoyah Regional Libraries own valuable collections of literature for youth of all ages. We strive to purchase and house a balanced collection that will be of interest to everyone in our community. We proudly serve Cherokee, Gilmer and Pickens County Schools’ students and their families and are eager to meet their needs. However, not every book in our collection is on your child’s Accelerated Reader list, nor is every book chosen by the schools in our collection. All Libraries do have computers upon which you may access the most current ARlists available online. Whether your selection is for pleasure or AR credit, your public libraries strive to provide you with superb choices.
NOTE: Pickens County no longer assigns or suggests books based on the Accelerated Reader program. Instead, students are encouraged to seek out books based on their Lexile levels. For more information on Lexile levels, please visit www.Lexile.com.
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