Ten Simple Yet Amazing Websites to get help with Homework.

I remember as a young student using a homework hotline when I needed assistance. Now, the internet offers a variety of websites that can explain anything from how to solve complex equations to the process of mitosis. The best part? You can most likely find a video that explains concepts in simple terms. Enjoy this list of ten webites that might just save the day when faced with a difficult assignment.

  1. Fact Monster Homework Center—-Kids can find anything they want to know on this fact-packed site, with entries on everything from Greek and Roman mythology to multiplication tables to world capitals.
  2. Khan Academy—-Khan Academy is an educational website that, as their tagline states, “aims at letting anyone learn anything.”
  3. Math T.V.—- Math Videos arranged by topic including introductory math, algebra, trigonometry and calculus.
  4. You Tube—You Tube houses “how to” videos on basically everything. While you can certainly search “how to solve a basic equation”, You Tube also offers specific channels that cater to homework help. This links to a You Tube homework help channel.
  5. Brain Pop—A super cool site with videos that feature a boy and his robot. This pair explains everything from phtosynthesis to semi-colons in a fun and easy to understand way.
  6. kids.gov–Part of USA.gov, Kids.gov is the official kids’ portal for the U.S. government. The site is organized into three audiences: Grades K-5, Grades 6-8, and Educators. Within each tab, you can find educational subjects like arts, math and history. Within each subject, you can browse lots of helpful websites related to the topic you are searching for. Be sure to check out the YouTube channel for featured videos.
  7. Ted-Ed-is an extensive video library that features brief lessons across a range of subjects, including math, literature and language, science and technology, and social studies.
  8. Math.com– Is Dedicated to providing revolutionary ways for students, parents, teachers, and everyone to learn math.
  9. BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper– Started by a father and son, BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper acts as a curator of the best educational resources.
  10. Study Geek– A great site that covers a wide variety of mathematical concepts from Algebra to Calculus
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