- About – Education
Find education resources for students, teachers, and parents. Find information about arts and literature, history, languages, schools and programs, sciences, and more.
- About.com: Homework and Study Tips
Find out about the best study habits, learning skills, tips by subject, essay writing advice, preparing for college, standardized tests, and more.
- ALA: Great Web Sites for Kids
sites for kids created for the American Library Association and the Association for Library Service to Children.
- Ask for Kids
Ask for Kids (formerly known as Ask Jeeves for Kids) is a fast, easy and kid-friendly way for kids to search online. Designed to be a fun destination site focused on learning and “edu-tainment,”.
- Awesome Library
Awesome Library organizes 33000 carefully reviewed K-12 education resources, including the top 5 percent for teachers, students, parents, and librarians.
- Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: Homework Resources
Comprehensive homework directory of educational sites by subject.
ClassBrain.com is an educational resource site that has specially designed resources for K-12 students and extensive resources for parents and teachers.
- BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper
Find homework help from a student who knows homework. Find links to homework help in art, music, english, foreign languages, science, social studies, and more.
- DiscoverySchool.com: Homework Help & More
Offering tools to help you study, games to challenge your mind, and tons of great clip art to use. In addition, there are nearly a dozen learning adventures that let you explore everything from Ancient Egypt to the Space Station.
EDSITEment, the best of the humanities on the web
- 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, entertainment, geography, history, biography, education, and health.
- Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Thirty federal agencies providing educational resources including lesson plans for all subjects and research support for homework assignments.
- High School Ace
High School Ace is the trusted guide to free quality online educational resources for teens.
- Homework Help for Kids
Find links to homework help arranged by subject. From Salt Lake County Library Services.
- Homework Helper – refdesk.com
Homework help arranged by grade and subject, for students in grades 1 through 12 and college.
- Homework Hub
Homework Helper A general reference site linking to homework help sites for all grades.
- Homework Spot
A free homework information portal that features the best K-12 homework-related sites together with engaging editorial in one high-utility, educational spot.
- Infoplease: Homework Center
Comprehensive source filled with information, tools, and resources in various subjects, including geography, history, language arts, math, science, and social studies.
- Jiskha Homework Help
Jiskha Homework Help, where more than 200 experts volunteer their time to assist students, over 4,000 students receive help with homework everyday, and thousands of educational articles provide guidance and support with those late-night school assignments.
- Kid Info
Directory of Kid-friendly sites for homework help, reference resources, fun and games, and search engines.
Annotated searchable directory of websites created for kids by librarians. Searchable by subject, reading level and degree of picture content. Fortunately it also includes the “Weird and Mysterious” and “Popular Entertainments”.
Just like your Media Center, the Internet Public Library Kidspace has resources to help students your age to find answers to their research questions and locate interesting things to read. Ask a question (allow 3 days to get an answer), search the collection, or browse by topic. If you have a State Report, Country Report or Science Fair Project, there are specially designed research collections available for you to use.
- Library in the Sky
sponsored by the Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, organizes exploration of the World Wide Web for Teachers, Students and Parents.
- King County Library System: Homework Help
Homework Help assists public, private, and home schooled students, grades 4-12, with their homework assignments. The web sites are selected by King County Library System (KCLS) Librarians.
- Multnomah County Library Homework Center
Links to web sites and pages that concentrate on K-12 homework-related subjects. Web resources included are reviewed by librarians.
- National Geographic Homework Help
Offers pictures, articles, maps, and multimedia presentations on an array of subjects.
- Open Door Web Site
Offering reference material for students, ages 9 to 17, covering biology, chemistry, physics, history, and technology. Includes questions, quizzes, lab reports and an Internet guide.
School Work features student help with homework, school loans, student credit cards and school loan consolidation programs as well as online schools and distance education learning.
- Smithsonian Education
Here you will find sections for the parent, the student (sites specifically designed for kids from various Smithsonian museums) and the teacher (lesson plans).
Keep notes, todo list, and class schedules in this online tool. All notes are public, allowing sharing with other users.
Post problems and get answers now on a variety of subjects from other students.
- Study Guides and Strategies
Study guides, strategies, skills, tips, and habits for learners and students in 30 languages
Resources for college and high school students, including a step by step guide for researching and writing a paper. From the Internet Public Library.
Pages created by students on a specific academic topic. ThinkQuest inspires students to think, connect, create, and share.
- Varsity Television
Webcast news, games, sports, entertainment, music and other segments produced by and for high school students.
- What Makes a 5th Grader Tick?
Things that 5th graders feel, enjoy, know, want, do, would do if they could, are good at, and love.