Homework Help

Can you use some help with your homework? The websites below are great places to look for information!

In addition, we have BookFlix and TrueFlix for you – great resources for early literacy and science and social studies learning.

 

All Ages

HomeworkSpot
A K-12 Site for information & homework help on all topics

Fact Monster
Fact Monster is a free reference site for students, teachers, and parents. Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects, including sports

InfoPlease Homework Center
Factual information on an array of topics, including current events, pop culture, science, government and history.

Multnomah County Library Homework Center
Great library website with lots of information

National Science Foundation
Links to a large number of science sites, from beginner (Elementary School) to advanced (High School/Adult)

PBS
Science, history, arts, travel, and more!

Newshour Extra (PBS)
“Outstanding news features that take a deeper look at current events…To learn how other kids are reacting to the news, visit the Newz Crewz section where your comments are welcomed and posted.” Barbara J Feldman, United Press Syndicate, 4.20.07

The History Channel
Videos, TV Shows, News, Q&A, and much more!

Khan Academy

Study Geek

Wonderopolis.org

Grades K – 4

America’s Story from the Library of Congress
U.S. History and interactive games

National Geographic for Kids
Games, animals, photos, videos, news, and much more from National Geographic

NASA for Kids
NASA’s massive collection of resources for students K-4

Grades 4 – 8

Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection
Source of CT geologic maps, publications and more!

Exploratorium
An awesome collection of science links and information

America’s Story from the Library of Congress
US History and interactive games

A&E Biography
Biographies and information on all sorts of people from throughout history

National Geographic
Pictures, videos, facts, discussions, and more about a wide range of science topics like ecology, geography, sociology, and biology

Grades 8 – 12

Channel One News
“The winner of several prestigious awards, Channel One has been broadcasting 12-minute newscasts for teenagers… since 1990. Using video, news articles, quizzes, polls and games, the Channel One website is my pick of the day news site for teens.” — Barbara J Feldman, United Press Syndicate, 4.20.07

Exploratorium
An awesome collection of science links and information

National Geographic
Pictures, videos, facts, discussions, and more about a wide range of science topics like ecology, geography, sociology, and biology

A&E Biography
Biographies and information on all sorts of people from throughout history

How Stuff Works
An extensive website with information on how things work in our world, from magnetic strips on credit cards to automobile engines and everything in between.