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Helpful Homework Websites

Helpful Homework Websites

Disclaimer: The links on this site connect students to resources which are recommended because of their educational content value.  I do not intend your child to visit any pages beyond those which I have provided specific links.  We recommend that you supervise and monitor your child’s internet activities at all times. 

Fun and Helpful Website:
 
For each correct answer, 10 grains of rice will be donated to the World Food Programme to help in world hunger. WARNING: This game may make you smarter. It may improve your speaking, writing, thinking, grades or job performance! Subjects include: Art, Chemistry, English, Spelling, Geography, Basic/Pre-Algebra math and multiplication, Language Learning in French, German, Italian or Spanish.
 
 
San BernardinoCounty Library:
 
You will be required to have a valid San Bernardino County Library Card. if you do not you will be prompted to apply for one.
 
Help Now is a free online tutoring service that offers real-time connections with certified tutors who provide one-on-one homework help to students in grades 3-12 in the subject areas of math, science, social studies and English/language arts.  
 
In addition to conventional homework help that focuses on a specific question or problem, Help Now also provides state-aligned skills building lessons to help students master key academic skills and a 24-hour writing lab through which instructors provide constructive feedback and other assistance within 24 hours of a paper’s submission.
 
Help Now is offered seven days a week, from 3:00 – 10:00 pm. Spanish-speaking tutors are also available in all of the subject areas, 3:00-10:00 pm and seven days a week.
 
Help Now is available to library patrons through any library or home computer. Home authentication requires typing in a library card barcode number.
 
 
Coding:
 
Sense Language:
 
 
Help yourself learn to type or use the numerical pad in your choice of keyboards and languages. This site has some brain and memory exercises. A free, very unique and user-friendly learning method proven to help each and every person learns, practice, and improve your typing speed and accuracy. The site has been adopted by many schools worldwide as a leading learning method for their students.
 
Power Typing: Grade 2nd-8th
 
 
Straight-forward and basic typing lessons, games, and speed tests.
 
PowerTyping.com
 
 
This allows you to take short tests in order to measure your WPM (words per minute). What is also nice about this website is that it gives you a grade based on your efforts on the test. You have the ability to re-test and improve your grade. Also at the bottom of the page there is a metronome you can use to help you establish a rhythm while you type.
 
Cool Breeze:  Grade K-8th
 
 
Very simple website that allows you to choose BEGINNER, NOVICE, or ADVANCED. From there, you start the test and the computer will give you a phrase to type. When you click DONE, the website will give you a time and WPM result. This is a good way to help increase your speed in keyboarding.
 
Free Typing Game: Grade 2nd-8th
 
 
30 different lessons that can be used to enhance your keyboarding experience. The other great element of this website is that you can choose a target for how many WPM (10-35) that you would like to attain.
 
 
Choose up to 30 different tests that you can time you on and measure your WPM and accuracy. You also have the choice of how many minutes you want the test to be (1-5 minutes).
 
 
Seven different cool games to help you become a better typist. Let's see ... there is MARTIAN CITY DEFENDER, METEOR TYPING BLAST, TYPING TRIATHLON, SPACEBAR INVADERS, SAVE THE SAILBOAT RACE, OUTERSPACE FLEET COMMANDER, and THE FROGS ARE OFF THEIR DIET.
 
Math Homework:
 
National Library of Visual Manipulatives: UtahStateUniversity
 
 
Select Numbers Operations, Algebra, and Geometry by grade.
 
World of Math. com
 
 
Free math lessons and math homework help from basic math to algebra, geometry and beyond. Students, teachers, parents, and everyone can find solutions to their math questions.
 
Free Math Help:
 
Get help with algebra, geometry, trig, and calculus
 
 
Spidron:
 
 
In geometry, a spidron is a continuous flat geometric figure composed entirely of triangles, where, for every pair of joining triangles, each has a leg of the other as one of its legs, and neither has any point inside the interior of the other. Why not give it a try?
 
History Homework:
 
University of California:
 
 
World and American history in California
 
Science Homework:
 
 
MedMyst: Medical Mysteries on the Web:
 
 
Life science information presented in a futuristic interactive game format. Learn how infectious diseases are spread by solving medical mysteries. This site is aligned with the National Education Content Standards. (Requires Shockwave)
 
The Science Page:
 
 
If you are hooked on science you will enjoy these science and science education sites. A portal to other links that may be helpful to you.
 
Center for Disease Control and Prevention:
 
 
Government website that has the latest in information on diseases and conditions, environmental health, healthy living, flu, injury and safety.
 
 
 
English and Literature Homework:
 
 
All Subjects:
 
Interactive Quizzes by Tammi Maloney:
 
 
Quizzes on all subjects for all grades.
 
McDougal Littell (textbooks)
 
 
 McDougall Littell textbook companion website for the following textbooks:
7th Grade         Language of Literature                          8th Grade         Language of Literature
                           Language Network                                                           Language Network
                           World History                                                                     Creating America
 
Infoplease Homework Central: Homework Helper
 
 
Free homework help, for all subjects and grade levels. If you go to the home page it can seem very intimidating, but stick to the grade level and it is easier to navigate through.
 
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh:
 
 
Get online help from real tutors for grades 4th and up in English, math, science and history.
 
Encyclopedia.com
 
 
Reference information you can trust. Encyclopedia.com has more than 100 trusted sources, including encyclopedias, dictionaries and thesauruses with facts, definitions, biographies, pronunciations keys, word origins and abbreviations, in all subjects. Suitable for the secondary school level.
 
Index for Science Homework Sites
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List of science subjects and sites that may help you.
 
Fact Monster by Pearson Education:
 
 
Fun interactive visually appealing site.
 
Internet Safety and Netiquette:
 
Netiquette for Internet Communication
 
 “Common courtesy, social graces and socially acceptable behavior. All are used in a civilized society where humans interact with one another. Cyberspace is not any different. How you will be perceived, the type of human being you are or for that matter are not, your credibility and your levels of professionalism and ethics will be judged by how you communicate with others online”
Quote from netmanners.com
 
 
Sponsor: National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
 
 
Excellent site. There is a “DO and DON”T poster you can print and post by your home computer as a reminder.
Wikipedia:
 
 
Explains that there are different rules for different types of electronic forums. Lists some essential rules for those wanting to participate in any type of electronic discussion. In this instance, Wikipedia is a reliable source.
 
Learn the Net:
 
 
Easy to use site with 10 clear and useful guidelines, succinct and clearly stated.
 
Net Manners:
 
 
Ten little common courtesies for the internet. Includes a “Netiquette Quiz”
 
Net for Beginners:
 
 
Current list of abbreviations for use in informal internet communication, such as chat rooms. Most abbreviations are not for use in business communication
 
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