We have collected together resources and web sites that will provide homework help in a number of different subject areas. Please click a category below to see the sites and resources for that category.
English Language Arts and Research
Go! Ask, Act, Achieve. Helps students develop topics, find and use valid information, organize work, present information, and avoid plagiarism.
EasyBib. Free automatic bibliography and citation generator for 58 types of publications.
|Essay Writing from Purdue OWL. Guide to writing essays and the different genres of essay writing.|
|How to Write a Book Report. Tips for formatting and content to include in a book report.|
|How to Write a Research Paper. Nine steps for writing a research paper, including a bibliography.|
|Research and Citation Resources from Purdue OWL. Resources on conducting and using research along with citation help.|
|Some Rules and Suggestions About Spelling. Tips on how to be a better speller and spelling rules.|
|World Book Timelines. Allows students to discover and map important events in society and culture with accurate information powered by World Book’s wealth of knowledgeable resources. There are over 400 ready-made timelines to learn from.|
|American Memory. Free access to historical images, maps, documents and more from the Library of Congress.|
|CIA World Factbook. Lists population, government, military and economic information for most nations, as collected by the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency.|
|Ohio Memory. Free access to Ohio historical images, maps, documents and more from the Ohio Historical Society and the State Library of Ohio.|
|Read Write Think. Student Materials Timeline. Create your own timeline by date, time or event. Images can be added to the timeline.|
|A+ Math. Flashcard creators, math games, and downloadable practice worksheets to help with basic math skills.
|How to Do a Science Fair Project. A guide for parents and teachers on creating a science fair project.
|National Library of Virtual Manipulatives for Interactive Mathematics. For all grades. Activities to practice numbers & operations, algebra, geometry, measurement & data analysis, and probability.
|Poster Presentations. Guidelines and illustrations for creating scientific posters. From Eastern Kentucky University.
|Science Fair Project Guide. Step-by-step guide to science fair and engineering projects. From Science Buddies.
|Science Fair Projects. Includes hundreds of ideas for science fair projects in all science areas and links to more resources.
|Math.com Calculators and Tools. Links to math tools and resources including calculators, converters, equation solvers and graphers.
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