Homework Resources

Generalized Sites

Homework Spot
http://www.homeworkspot.com
From Smart Spot, HomeworkSpot.com is a free homework information portal that
features the very best K-12 homework-related sites together with an engaging editorial.
A team of educators, librarians, and journalists has scoured the Web to bring students the
best resources for English, math, science, history, art, music, technology, foreign
languages, college prep, health, life skills, extracurricular activities, and much more.
Resources are organized into grade-appropriate categories for elementary, middle, and
high school. When students have finished with their homework, the site offers a variety
of fun study breaks.

B.J. Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper
http://school.discovery.com/homeworkhelp/bjpinchbeck/
Now part of Discovery.com this site was created by a fourteen year old and his father.
B.J. says, "If you can't find it here, then you just can't find it." and I think he is right.
You can't beat it for homework help! They are more than 625 links here.
Addison Public Library Homework Help

Big Chalk: The Education Network

http://www.bigchalk.com/
This site has everything for the student, parent and teacher. If you need some help with a
school project, need reference materials, or want ideas, then this site will provide the
resources you need. You can search or browse this site easily by using keywords or
selecting Study and Research or Resources and Activities.

Jiskha’s Homework Help
http://www.jiskha.com/about_jhh/
This is a great site with a wealth of information for each major subject area, homework
help hints and a homework forum so you can get answers to your homework questions.
This site also has a tutorial for making web pages with Front Page.

Homework Help

http://www.albedo.net/~arvic/homework.html
This website is a collection of web links to help you in school. You can get help for all
the different subjects areas: English and Language Arts, Math and Science, Geography
and History and Sociology, a Reference Desk, Information on Citing Online Resources
and Frequently Asked Questions.

High School Ace
http://highschoolace.com/ace/ace.cfm
Web guide to the best free educational resources for teens.

Asking for Help

KidsConnect
http://www.ala.org/ICONN/kidsconn.html
KidsConnect is a question-answering, help and referral service offered to K–12 students
on the Internet. The goal of the service is to help students access and use the information
available on the Internet effectively and efficiently. KidsConnect is a component of
ICONnect, a technology initiative of the American Association of School Librarians
(AASL), a division of the American Library Association. School library media specialists
from throughout the world are collaborating on KidsConnect to provide direct assistance
to any student K-12 who is looking for resources for school or personal interests.
Through e-mail, students contact the main KidsConnect address and will receive a
message from a volunteer library media specialist with assistance within two school days.

Ask an Expert

You can find an expert in the following subjects: Science and Technology, Medicine and
Health, Computing and the Internet, History and Social Studies, Economy and
Marketing, Professionals, Personal and College Advisors, Library Reference, Literature and Language Arts, and Just out of Curiosity. Once you select one of these subject areas,
then there are more specific links to refine your search.


Ask Dr. Universe

http://www.wsu.edu/druniverse/
From the University of Washington, Ask Dr. Universe supplies answer to many
questions and also allow students to personally submit questions.

High School Help

High School Hub
http://highschoolhub.org/
High School Hub offers resources for high school students. It includes a Virtual
Reference Desk with more than 60 reference tools. It also has weekly-updated featured
web sites, and subject guides for English, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science and
World Languages. Look here for quick resources for searching, or take a Study Break
with the games and puzzles section.

The Homework Assistance Page
http://www.geocities.com/ivonebl/
The purpose of this website is to provide a resource for high school, college, and adult
students. Topics covered are math, English, social studies, science, languages, GED,
museums, and more. It also has other great links to sites that are of interest to students.
Well set out and very comprehensive. Good example for students to show how they can
design a web page to suit their study needs.

Subject Area Sites

Math
Advanced Math Homework Helper
http://users.erols.com/bram/
Welcome to Math Homework Help! E-mail your math problems, and step-by-step
solutions will be sent back! The focus is on algebra I and II, college algebra,
geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, and calculus I and II.


Ask Dr. Math
http://mathforum.org/dr.math/dr-math.html
Submit your tricky math questions to Dr. Math -- all you need is an e-mail
address.

Math Forum

http://mathforum.com/library/topics/
Lots of math resources divided by type, topic, and grade level.

Science
My Virtual Encyclopedias: Science and Technology
http://www.ipl.org/youth/projectguide/

Brain Pop Science
http://www.brainpop.com/science/seeall.weml

Science Projects
Internet Public Library - Your Science Fair Project Resource Guide
http://www.ipl.org/youth/projectguide/
Find out the steps to creating a successful science project.

Social Studies
About.Com Geography
http://geography.miningco.com/cs/homeworkhelp/

Language Arts
Biographical Dictionary
http://www.s9.com/biography/
This dictionary covers more than 28,000 notable men and women who have
shaped the world from ancient times to the present day. Their dictionary can be
searched in a variety of ways: birth years, death years, positions help, professions,
literary and artistic works, achievements and other keywords. Ideas for students included, as well as an interactive quiz.

Test Preparation

Study Island
http://www.studyisland.com
Study Island combines a shared library of academic content with interactive study tools.
The site is completely data driven and allows the user to input his or her own study
material then use the games and practice tests to study. Statistics on each study session
are recorded and displayed in the real time report card for each user. Study Island is
appropriate for all grade levels and contains academic subjects from Math to Foreign
Language. Great for teachers or parents helping students prepare for tests.