More Homework Sites...
Ask Dr. Universe - From Washington State University...answers questions on many topics.
Ask Jeeves for Kids - Search engine that uses natural language algorithms. Also searches Yahooligans and Education World.
High School Ace - Detailed reference collection with monthly features.
Homework Spot - Links by subject for all ages.
Yahooligans.com - Yahoo for 8 - 14 year olds.
Allmath.com- For elementary and middle school...flash cards, metric conversion, multiplication tables, etc.
Madsci.org- Ask a scientist archives for elementary age
National Geographic World - Web resources for science experiments
Your Science Fair Project Guide - Web resources for science experiments
Free educational games, online books and comics. More than 100 fun, interactive games that develop skills in math, reading, and literacy.
Learn how to create a winning essay, oral report, biography and so much more.
Expert tips for writing your paper, and even a writer's toolbox with a dictionary, thesauras, map finder, and clip art.
A great site with music, poetry, stories, magic and more....
Welcome to the new Merriam-Webster's Word Central now reprogrammed for superior word power and language fun.
Introducing…Alpha-bot! The word-spelling robot hosts the latest amazing word game and challenges spellers of all ages.
Either way, your essay will have the same basic format.
If you follow a few simple steps, you will find that the essay almost writes itself. You will be responsible only for supplying ideas, which are the important part of the essay anyway.
Calling all math detectives! Mysteries are popping all over town, and our chief sleuth needs your help to crack each case. Solve "the Cafeteria Caper", "The Pilfered Pizza", Mystery at the Peculiar Zoo", and many more!
We are Stixie and Globie. We teach you concepts about maps and statistics through cool games. Do you think you can you answer these questions? If not, the games will help you. Let the fun begin ...
Check out this site and you can learn concepts about maps and statistics through cool games.
If you get the Discovery Channel at home, you know that they provide great educational programs. Well, their website is just as good! You will find videos that walk through all of the basic math functions - addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Check it out!
You didn't think there was any science to baseball? Think again! Check your reaction time to see if you could hit a baseball thrown at 95 miles per hour. Other fun stuff including activities and experiments.
Energy facts, history, and games. You'll find a definition of 'energy', and information on energy sources, how to use and save energy, the history of energy, and some fun games and activities. Check it out! It's sponsored by the U.S. Energy Information Administration.
A great site - from the U.S. Geological Survey. Everything you've ever wanted to know about earthquakes, including information about the latest quakes, science fair project ideas, the science of earthquakes, and earthquake ABC's.
Here kids of all ages can have fun learning and exploring the world around us. NASA brings you an exciting way to look at our Sun and Earth, our solar system and the universe beyond.
Great graphics on this site, including animations of cells. There are some puzzles as well, and just let me warn you - they are addicting. I spent 15 minutes putting together the streptococcus puzzle.
The Kids in the House Web site is a public service provided by the Office of the Clerk of the U.S. House of Representatives. Our mission is to provide educational and entertaining information about the legislative branch of the United States government to students of all age levels. Topics covered include the role of the U.S. House of Representatives, the legislative process, and House history.
Hello, kids! Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Benjamin Franklin. I will be your guide throughout this site. You probably know me best as a Founding Father and from my "shocking" kite experiment.
This is a great site, with all sorts of information on the government, the United States, and the World. While you're there, you might want to check out all of the other homework help resources in math, science and more.
Very complete site, covering the world, the U.S., people, sports, science, math & money, words, and more. Has a special homework center, an almanac, an atlas, a dictionary and encyclopedia. There are games and quizzes to. Check it out!