Homework Internet Sites
The librarians are always ready to help you find answers to your homework questions, but sometimes you might want to use the Internet. We’ve chosen some homework sites on the Internet that might provide the information you need. Always remember, there are books in the library to help you! If there are other related Internet Sites that you would like added to this page, please contact the Web Site Administrator at the e-mail address provided on the Contact Us page.
Internet Searching and Reference Sites
- Ask Jeeves For Kids - This site lets kids pose their questions in everyday English.
- Awesome Library – This site organizes the Web with 16,000 carefully reviewed resources, including the top 5 percent in education.
- Kids Click – Some great sites for kids chosen by the American Library Association.
- Kid’s Search Tools – This site provides the best search tools for kids all on one page.
- Librarian’s Index to the Internet – Sites chosen for you by librarians.
- Searchopolis – Type in your subject and find lots of web sites, sometimes too many. Start with the other search sites first.
- The Internet Public Library Youth Division – This site lets you contact real librarians with your reference questions, a great homework helper site.
- Research It – Quick look ups in dictionaries, biographical directories, quotes, maps and more.
- Yahooligans – Simple search tool for kids ages 7-12.
- 50 States – This site provides facts about all 52 states, including capitals, flags, flowers and biographies about famous people from each state.
- America’s Library – This site puts the story back in history and shows you some things that you’ve never heard or seen before about America’s history.
- Ben’s Guide to U. S. Government for Kids – This site provides learning tools for K-12 students, parents and teachers teach how our government works.
- Biographical Dictionary – This site covers more than 28,000 notable men and women who have shaped our world from ancient times to the present day.
- Eye Witness – See history through the eyes of those lived it.
- Library of Congress American Memory Project – A gateway to rich primary source materials at The Library of Congress relating to the history and culture of the United States. The site offers more than 5 million items from more than 90 historical collections.
- Map Machine – This site provides maps from National Geographic.
- World Factbook – This site provides information about all countries in the world.
Mathematics and Science Sites
- A+ Math – This site helps students improve their math skills interactively.
- Ask Dr. Math – This site provides a question and answer service for math students and their teachers.
- Cool Science for Curious Kids – This site invites curious kids to explore biology – on screen, off screen, and in between.
- Web Math – This site will help solve all your math problems from simple addition to quadratic equations.
- Science Network – Welcome to the laboratory that never sleeps!
General Homework Sites
- Ask An Expert – This site connects you with hundreds of real world experts, ranging from astronauts to zookeepers, who have volunteered to answer your questions for free!
- BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper – This site links to about 700 educational sites on the Internet.
- Homework and Study Tips – This site provides tips to help you study more efficiently, write better reports and approach exams without fear.Â It also help you find resources for all your school-related topics.
- Homework Center – A searchable site especially designed for K-12 homework problems.
- Homework Spot – This site provides resources for English, math, science, history, art, music, technology, foreign language, college prep, health, life skills, extracurricular activities and much more.
- KidsConnect – This site provides a question-answering, help and referral service to K-12 students on the Internet. It also offers many useful homework links.
- Little Explorers Picture Dictionary – This site uses a picture-dictionary format to link to over 600 sites around the world. Even pre-readers can surf with a minimum of help and guidance from their favorite adult.
- New York Times Learning Network: Grades 3-12 – Connections for students, teachers and parents.
- Virtual Schoolhouse – Take a trip through a virtual schoolhouse.