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ELEMENTARY - Homework Help For Grades K-6

READING

  1. Children's Literature Web Guide - Massive and well-organized, with links to nearly every worthwhile children's reading site.
  2. Book Nook - Written by kids, for kids
WRITING

  1. Language Arts: Writing - For the young writer. Includes KidsPub, a showcase for writing
  2. Common Errors in English - A concise list of the most common errors in English usage
ARITHMETIC

  1. The Math Forum: Arithmetic - Class materials for teachers and students, along with Internet projects such as the Elementary Problem of the Week
  2. Flashcards for Kids - This is a real working flash card application on the net!

JUNIOR HIGH - Homework Help For Grades 7-8

MATH

  1. Kids Web Mathematics - This list has FAQs, dictionaries, quotes, math, history, puzzles, and more.
  2. Ask Dr. Math: Middle School Level - Questions and Answers: Middle School Level
ENGLISH

  1. BJ Pinchbeck's Homework Helper: English
  2. Authors on the Web - A Collection of Biographical Sketches
SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. 4 Kids.com - Excellent government and history links.
  2. The 50 States of the United States - A quick resource for fun facts about each of the nation's 50 states, including when they achieved statehood
SCIENCE

  1. Amateur Science
  2. Mad Scientist Network - The mad scientists from Washington University Medical School in St. Louis will answer questions in 25 areas of science, from anatomy and chemistry to zoology.

HIGH SCHOOL - Homework Help For Grades 9-12

MATH

  1. Cornell Theory Center Math and Science Gateway - Dozens of links to information about mathematical equations, definitions, and even math history
  2. Dave's Math Tables - source for all your math needs- geometry, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, and more.
  3. Internet Connections - Math
  4. Math Archives, The
  5. Math Forum, The - resources for K-12. college, and advanced
  6. Math Homework Help - pre-algebra, algebra I & II, college algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus, calculus
ENGLISH

  1. Busy Teacher's Website: English - American literature, electronic text archives, Shakespeare dictionaries, and something for anyone who frequents the local poetry café.
  2. On-Book: An Introduction to the Study of Literature - all the tools you need to write your own literary analysis.
  3. On-Line Books Page, The - 5000+ Listings
  4. Shakespearean Homework Helper, The
SOCIAL STUDIES

  1. 50 U.S, States - Capitals and Information Links
  2. Constitution of the United States, The
  3. Internet Connections - Social Studies
  4. Schoolhouse Library Social Science - links to information on everything from Supreme Court cases to the Dead Sea Scrolls
  5. From Revolution to Reconstruction and What Happened Afterwards - concise hypertext history of the United States from the colonial period to modern times
  6. THOMAS - U.S. Congress - Legislative Information
SCIENCE

  1. Discover magazine, Editors' Web Tour -list of essential science links, from a calendar of astronomical events to the periodic table of elements.
  2. Internet Connections - Science
  3. PUMAS - Practical Uses of Math and Science
  4. Scientific American: Ask the Experts - the experts at Scientific American are available to answer what you really want to know
  5. SciCentral - science and engineering resources
  6. WebElements - Periodic Table

COLLEGE - Research From A - Z
  1. College Homework Resources From A to Z - the best places to start for topical research, from accounting to zoology
  2. World Lecture Hall - links to pages created by faculty worldwide who are using the Web to deliver class materials. For example, you will find course syllabi, assignments, lecture notes, exams, class calendars, multimedia textbooks, etc.

TOOLS FOR RESEARCH
  1. A+ Research and Writing for High School and College Students hspace=10>
  2. Able Writer: A Rhetoric and Handbook - describes an English composition handbook that treats pre-writing, outlining, English grammar, usage, word choice, dictionaries, spelling, punctuation, and writing college research papers.
  3. Argus Clearinghouse, The - a selective collection of topical guides
  4. Ask An Experts
  5. Chemistry - the environment, biochemistry, and inorganic, organic, and medicinal chemistry
  6. Common Errors in English
  7. Country Studies/Area Handbook - Library of Congress - online series presently contains studies of 85 countries
  8. Document Electronic Sources on the Internet
  9. Elements of Style - Strunk
  10. Finding Data on the Internet
  11. Five Tools for Writing Timed Essays - a place to go if your grades are suffering because of low scores on in-class essays. It's also invaluable for those of you facing Advancement Placement tests. The site, from Jeff Hook, a professor at St. Petersburg Junior College in Florida, includes short essays on strategies to improve your timed essay writing ability.
  12. Guide for Writing Research Papers
  13. Guide to Internet Research for High School and College Students
  14. Infonation - United Nations - the most up-to-date statistical data for the Member States of the United Nations
  15. Internet Public Library Ready Reference
  16. MLA Format and Citation Guide
  17. My Facts Page - 21 Reference Categories
  18. OneLook Dictionaries - Search over 721,000 words in 156 dictionaries
  19. Online Writing Lab " hspace=10>
  20. Research-It!
  21. ResearchPaper.com
  22. Research Paper and the World-Wide Web - companion site to the book. Features an online study guide with chapter-specific exercises.
  23. Social Sciences Data Center - demographic information including census figures, employment statistics, and election returns
  24. Web Compasses - WashingtonPost.com helps you get the most out of commercial searching sites on the Internet with this helpful guide. Learn the difference between Web Catalogs and Web Search Engines, improve your Internet research techniques and find the most widely-used search engines described. If you're hoping to make the Web your primary research tool on your next project, start here.
  25. Yahoo! - Grammar, Usage, and Style

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