Homework Help Sites
- Awesome Library - over 26,000 carefully reviewed sources organized for students, teachers, and parents
- Dictionary.com - search dictionaries, a thesaurus, or the web; site includes daily puzzles, a translator, and other language resources
- Fact Monster from Information Please - reference site for students ages 8-14 that provides educational resources; reference center includes an encyclopedia, a dictionary, an atlas, and several almanacs
- FirstGov for Kids - U.S. Government interagency kids portal; Sites are categorized according to school subjects.
- Great Sites for Kids - American Library Association - high-quality resources selected by librarians
- Homework Spot - resources are organized into categories for elementary, middle and high school
- Information Please - Homework Center - Categories include Subjects, Skills, and Reference Sources
- Internet Public Library (IPL) - includes a Subject Collection, Ready Reference, a Reading Room, Special Collections, Searching Tools and special areas for kids and teens; The IPL includes an Ask a Question section manned by an online volunteer staff.
- iTools - quick access to the best Internet searching tools
Kathy Shrock's Guide for Educators - hundreds of links for students and teachers
Kids.gov - find links to government and other kids' sites.
- MarcoPolo - Internet content for the classroom for teachers and students
- Merriam Webster Dictionary for Kids - includes a dictionary and learning activities
- National Geographic - Homework Help - includes a one-stop search or search using links categorized into Animals, History/Culture, Maps/Geography, Photos/Art, Places, and Science/Nature
- New York Times Student Navigator - selective guide to the Internet for K-12 students
- Nobel Prize Internet Archive - maintains information on all Nobel Prize winners in all categories
- refdesk.com - My Homework Helper - indexes quality Internet sites according to grade levels; includes Reference and Ask an Expert sections