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Homework Help

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The Following is a  list of handy sites for homework help.

(This page was last updated 1/16/2011.  Report any broken links to - Khan Academy is a non-profit educational organization created in 2006 by educator Salman Khan to provide "a free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere". The organization produces micro lectures in the form of YouTube videos. In addition to micro lectures, the organization's website features practice exercises and tools for educators. All resources are available for free to anyone around the world.   - Algebra, math homework solvers, lessons and free tutors online.  Pre-algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, Physics. Our FREE tutors create solvers with work shown, write algebra lessons, help you solve your homework problems. Interactive solvers for algebra word problems. Ask questions on our question board.  Find helpful math lessons, games, calculators, and more. Get math help whether you're studying algebra, geometry, trig, calculus, or something else. - • Basic Math • Everyday Math • Pre-Algebra • Algebra • Geometry • Trigonometry • Statistics • Calculus • advanced Topics • Others • Math Tutoring - Fact Monster is a free reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects, including sports. - Students can get help and direction in completing various assignments from doing research, improving skills and organizing their work. - Time for Kids - Homework Helper - Compilation of useful links put together by kids. Subjects include science, social studies, math, language arts, arts and research and reference. - Searchable directory of a large list of reference and homework help sites. - Encyclopedias, maps, online libraries, quotations etc...
Find the best library and reference resources at, including top dictionaries, encyclopedias, newspapers, maps, quotations and much more. - One of the Best Educational Websites for Kids.  Homework Helper, Best Homework Help, Educational Tutorials, Educational Games, Educational Videos, Educational Powerpoints, Almanacs, Atlases, Encyclopedias, Best Movies, Calendars, Parenting Tips etc. - Collection of classic books, plays, stories and poems for online reading.
- Project Gutenberg is the place where you can download over 33,000 free ebooks to read on your PC, iPad, Kindle, Sony Reader, iPhone, Android or other portable device. - This online spelling program makes teaching and learning spelling fun! Teachers can upload spelling lists and students can login and use the Test Me, Teach Me, or Play a Game features to learn their spelling words. There are 38,000 spelling words, eight spelling games, and even a real person who says each word and sentence. - Find links to government and other kids' sites -- just use the navigation bar above to browse through our site. Explore, learn, and have fun! - KidsReads Find out all about your favorite books, authors, book series, and upcoming books at This site was created as a great resource for kids, parents, and teachers to find new great books read, read about favorite authors, and find out about books that are coming soon. - The Write Site is a multimedia language arts curriculum for middle school students. Students take on the role of journalists generating leads, gathering facts, and writing stories by using the tools and techniques of real-life journalists. The instructional activities aim to improve students skills while helping teachers integrate technology into their classrooms. - Starfall is a reading instruction web site for the emergent reader. It weaves the reading-acquisition process together into a cohesive, fun, and entertaining program that kids love. The stories in Starfall were written with special attention towards maintaining a simple, coherent, and engaging story line. There are many free printed materials to download! - Historical Treasure Chests provides models for engaging students in the investigation of authentic materials from the past. The students are provided with primary sources such as letters, diaries, photographs, maps and artifacts and questions to guide their investigation. By looking closely for details, students can draw conclusions about the items and formulate their own hypotheses about the time period(s) during which they were created. Other primary resources can be accessed on the websites listed in the reference section.