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Homework Help

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Math and English

  • MrNussbaum.com offers dozens of interactive games specifically designed to pinpoint one or several essential concepts taught in elementary years, and dozens of research themes designed to make the process of gathering information interactive and enjoyable.
  • k-5 learning: offers free math worksheets covers math skills from numbers and counting through fractions, decimals, word problems and more. All worksheets are printable files with answers on the 2nd page.
  • Reading is Fundamental (RIF) Literacy Central: This award-winning digital library hosts over 10,000 resources directly tied to the books teachers, caregivers and community partners turn to everyday. Organize all of your book resources in one place, create and share book lists, find helpful reading tips and strategies and track student reading progress by creating and signing into a free account
  • ReadWorks (requires free account*): k-12 reading comprehension tools and skills driven by cognitive science to move students to deeper understanding of the written word
  • Khan Academy Kids: Inspire a lifetime of learning and discovery with a free, fun educational program for children ages two to eight.
  • Storyline Online: more online story videos, this time read by the authors and other famous people!

Art and Culture

Draw with Jarret Krosoczka, author and illustrator of the Lunch Lady series!

History and Geography

  • Fact-Monster: Get help with math, science, government questions, & play some trivia on this educational homework help website.
  • Info Please : Need a little bit of information on a lot of different geographical or historical questions? This is the website for you. Find an interactive Atlas and world disasters all on the same site. Check their “Top Ten” list for gems such as “Best Countries for Mothers”.
  • Ben’s Guide to U.S. Government for Kids : Find information about the different aspects of the U.S. government. This site is organized according to grade level from K-12.
  • Ranger Rick at Home with the National Wildlife Federation: Find information about wildlife, global warming, and nature. There are also educational games and activities.

Physical Education

Multiple Subjects

  • Kid Space @ the Internet Public Library: Look up reference questions, browse different subjects, learn how to make crafts, and lots more.
  • Kids Infobits* (*can only use inside the library) Search for information about a variety of subjects, including animals, plants, transportation, and more.
  • PBS Kids: uses the full spectrum of media and technology to build knowledge, critical thinking, imagination and curiosity.
  • ABCya! is a free educational games website that’s organized by grade level and subject area. With a bit of help from adults, it’s easy for kids to access tons of games.
  • CrashCourse: learn history and biology (and lots of other neat stuff) from John and Hank Green!