Here are a few resources for homework help, You can also check out our Homework Help page located here.
B.J Pinchbeck's Homework Helper
High School Ace: A web guide to some of the best free educational resources for teens.
Homework High: Answers to homework questions for students ages 11-16.
Ask Rose: Free math & science homework help to Indiana students in grades 6-12
Homework Spot: A collection of links and information for parents and students on subjects studied by elementary, middle and high school students.
Fact Monster: Use the Homework Center at Fact Monster to get help in Geography, History, Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, and ESL.
Jiskha Homework Help: Post homework questions online and get free homework help from tutors in a variety of subjects.
Guide to Grammar & Writing: Ask grammar questions or choose from preselected grammar and writing topics.
Math Forum: Math tools, tips & tricks, weekly/monthly challenges, and Ask Dr. Math.
Educational Fun and Games
Animal Facts: Photos and facts from National Geographic.
Animal Sounds: Listen to animal sounds and find animal facts.
Dinosaurs: A guide to over 300 dinosaurs. Includes a timeline and countries where dinosaurs lived.
Pet Care: Learn about caring for dogs, cats, birds, rabbits and smaller pets.
Threatened Species: Find info about threatened species including habitats, range, photos and videos.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery: An interactive site that teaches kids about artists and works of art in the collection of the Albright Knox Art Gallery.
Art Zone: Kids use fun tools to play with art. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.
Bottlecaps to Brushes: Explore the Smithsonian American Art Museum with Cappy, a cartoon giraffe.
Color with Leo: Explore the world of art through interactive games and more with a young Leonardo da Vinci
Crayola: Coloring pages, craft ideas, games, and activities.
Exploratorium: The San Francisco science museum presents wildly original online exhibits. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.
Fizzy's Lunch Lab: This PBS site promotes good nutrition and physical activity. Rated on of the top ten fun websites by Disney's Family Fun magazine.
Shidonni: Kids use the computer mouse to create a creature. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.
Funbrain: Clickable educational games with problem-solving and rudimentary graphics. In some games, math and literacy challenges are offered. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.
The Toymaker: Kids can choose from dozens of patterns to create whimsical paper toys which can then be printed, cut, folded and glued. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.
iTwixie: This is a social networking site for tween girls where they can share crafts, recipes, and more. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.
The Travels of Wiglington and Winks
Kids can design their own avatars and play games with historical characters and more. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.
Health, Fitness and Exercise for Kids
Let's Move: Food, nutrition and exercise information
Activity TV: Kid-friendly how-to videos. Rated one of Disney's FamilyFun top ten fun websites for kids.
Kideos: Kid-friendly videos. Rated one of the top ten fun websites by Disney's FamilyFun magazine.