12 Study Tips
Offers tips for notetaking and study skills pertaining to a wide-range of scenarios including open book tests.
A Guide for Writing Research Papers
This includes tips on taking notes, using outlines and citing sources. The citation guide and information is based on Modern Language Association (MLA) documentation.
About Homework and Study Tips
This site includes weekly features on improving study habits, Internet links for a wide range of subject areas and a moderated chat room.
Andy's Homework Help Page
Useful pointers and links to other helpful sites. Topics include note taking, test taking and study habits.
An MSN community where kids, teenagers and adults can ask questions in a forum where viewers volunteer answers. Includes a special kids-only section.
AOL@SCHOOL: Student Search Engine
Elementary, middle and high school students can search any topic to find Web sites chosen by teachers and librarians to help with homework, projects and research reports.
BJ Pinchbeck's Help with Homework
More than 700 links to educational sites appropriate for homework help. Topics include health, art, music, math, English and more.
Book Review - My Writing Tips
Easy to follow tips for writing book reviews. Step-by-step instructions allow students to know what to look for in books and the writing process.
Homework help and web companion including a general encyclopedia, electric library and search.
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh: Homework Resources
Provides links to helpful sites in the USA and throughout the world that would be appropriate to upper elementary, junior high, and high school students.
Chatterbee's Homework Help Center
Homework help on hundreds of topics ranging from art to zoology. Includes links to free, live homework help.
Offers homework resources, print-outs and games for kids and teens.
Fact Monster - Homework Center
Offers various aged students help by subject and skill. Includes reference sources, tools, timelines and quizzes.
Answers to questions kids ask including: Why is the sky blue? Why do we burp? What makes the moon glow? Questions are divided into subject areas such as animals, sports and outer space.
Free Homework Help at Math Goodies
Gives students the opportunity to ask world-wide volunteer educators specific math problems in moderated forums. Students can also browse answers to previously asked questions.
Designed for children in elementary school to aid them in school reports and presentations. Offers information on many subjects, costume ideas, and writing help.
Henley High History - Homework Help
This is the homepage of Henley High School History Department. There are useful links to history related Web sites including British History.
Homework and School Help
Provides information and resources related to science, literature, history, art and other educational subjects.
Offers subject help, hints, and tips. Students can search by subject or just jump to general homework hints and tips.
Homework Help - FirstGov for Kids
U.S. government site that provides links to sites that cover a variety of topics including American history, U.S. government, science and even law.
Homework Help at the Library
Includes online database, encyclopedias, links, study hints and career development strategies. Live librarians are available to answer questions during the day.
Homework help by Topic
Organized links related to history, art, science, and government.
Homework Help for Students Grades 6-12
Provides links related to art, drama, chemistry, math, math, biology, physics, science, space, library, literature, geoscience, astronomy, history and music.
Homework Help Page.com
Hundreds of categorized links to thousands of pages suitable for students.
Homework Reference Center
A Web site built and maintained by the Los Angeles Public Library. Information available in multiple languages.
Jiskha Homework Help
Articles, games, humor and puzzles for many school areas including art, computers, English, foreign languages, health, home economics, mathematics, music, physical education, science, social studies and technology.
Keys to knowledge and homework
Step-by-step guide to homework study techniques, including subjects such as reading for a purpose and editing.
Kids Connect Tools
Explains the research process in terms of four steps. Helps students with the process.
Educational resource for children, including homework help, educational games, safe Web site connections and online books.
Gives help and answers to school subject questions. Includes facts, data and a message board.
Link to Learning
Provides links to sites that support the Ontario, Canada education curriculum from Kindergarten to Grade 8.
Homework help Web site that offers students useful links for math, science, English, essays, history and government. Help is available for all age and skill levels.
Homework help for school children featuring maps, quizzes and interactive learning activities. Macromedia Flash Player is required.
Math and Reading Homework Help for Kids
Numerous articles related to math and reading skills taught to students in the first through 12th grades. Special section just for kids includes math and reading tips.
Mr. T's Library
This is a categorized topical site designed to help with locating and researching a variety of topics, including Canada and science.
Mrs. M's Study Skills Page
Provides tips to help middle and high school students study more effectively.
MSN Learning and Research
Provides help with homework and tips and articles for research.
Multnomah County Library Homework Center
Links to Web sites and pages that concentrate on K-12 homework-related subjects. Web resources are reviewed by librarians.
MysticalKnowledge: Homework Help
College students will answer homework questions via e-mail regarding almost any subject for K-12. Free service.
National Center for Education Statistics Classroom
Includes educational games and activities, research tools, vocabulary, kids magazine, and directories of schools and libraries.
National Geographic Homework Help
Offers pictures, articles, maps, and multimedia presentations on an array of subjects.
Research and Writing for Highschool Students
Includes step-by-step instructions on researching and writing, how to find information online and offline, as well as links to useful resources.
Rodillian School - ICT Support Web
Features task sheets and study guides for students preparing for the GCSE in the United Kingdom.
Scholastic.com ; Homework Hub
Students can get help and direction in completing various assignments from doing research, improving skills and organizing their work.
Tips and tricks for learning science, math, English, and foreign languages.
School Project and Student Assignment Planning
Guidance and tips for students planning school assignments or school projects. Has a planning pack, including a template to fill out when planning a project.
This site offers help with a variety of subjects. It also features monthly tips and an Internet search guide.
BBC site provides KS2, KS3, GCSE, A and AS level students with homework, course work, or revision help.
The Atlas of Canada - Facts About Canada
The Atlas of Canada presents an illustrated series of interesting facts, figures and superlatives about Canada.
The Fact Train
The fact train includes information on the Earth, science, human body, plants, animals, history, space, the solar system and more. Quizes are available to test knowledge on these subjects.
The Internet Public Library
Features directories of online texts, newspapers, magazines and reference materials.
The Online Revision Guide
Contains exam tips, homework help, revision tips, links, and other resources. Designed for the GCSE exam.
The Resource Wizard
This site is a compilation of research aids to make Internet research easier for teens. Subjects include geography, history, literature, math and science.
The Study Stack
Helps with memorization tasks through a variety of online flashcard activities. Students may use an existing studystack or create one of their own. Site includes many topics including science, literature and languages.
Time for Kids ; Homework
Compilation of useful links put together by kids. Subjects include science, social studies, math, language arts, arts and research and reference.