School is officially back in full swing, and that means that homework is also back, plaguing students on a nightly basis. Sometimes homework is pretty simple and only takes a little while to finish but other times, it can turn into a long, painful ordeal. When you are suffering through your homework (instead of breezing through it), these two websites can really cut down on the time you spend on it, as well as help you better understand the material.
FactMonster.com’s The Homework Center is an awesome resource aimed at students in grades K-8 and is customizable for age and gender. This site features study tools, information, and other resources on a wide variety of subjects, including history, language arts, mathematics, sciences, and many more. The Homework Center offers an interactive guide to the periodic table, daily historical facts, flashcards, and language arts quizzes so students can have fun while getting homework help.
IPL2 for Kids is a website created by the Internet Public Library and the Librarians’ Internet Index. The goal of this website is to provide useful information to students who are studying anything from computers and the Internet to sports to art to science. IPL2 has a lot of cool learning resources, including a free online encyclopedia, information about all of the Presidents of the United States, and fun facts about each state.
Next time you are studying and decide to look for some information online, don’t automatically go to Google and click on the first link that pops up. For the reliable information you need to complete your homework, all in one place, take a look at these two websites and see what cool things you can learn.
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