Websites for Homework Help
Apps for Homework Help
Easybib - will let you scan barcodes & automatically create MLA, APA, & Chicago citation styles! Once done, email your citations and then export your citations to EasyBib.com's popular bibliography management service.
Khanacademy - watch these instructional videos on your mobile device. W
Merriam-Webster Dictionary - Great mobile dictionary . W
General Subject Help
HippoCampus: Provides high-quality, multimedia content on general education subjects to high school and college students.
Homework Spot: One-stop website that contains information on a multitude of homework topics for a wide range of ages.
Khanacademy: Check out this site with 2,400 videos and 180 practice exercises on subjects for anyone K-12
shmoop.com: Lively learning guides by experts and educators on literature, poetry, U.S. history, government and other subjects.
Science and Science Fair Sites!
eNature.com: Got an insect collection to identify or maybe a bunch of leaves?
This site has identification guides for insects, trees, birds, etc. Also good for biome/habitat projects.
Science Fair Central: Science fair website for students and parents; provides project ideas and steps through the complete process.
Science Buddies: Free science fair projects ideas, answers, & tools for serious students.
Science Review Games: Sports games, alien attackers, and many other games help you review for all types of science topics.
Literature & Writing
No Fear Shakespeare: Original text and modern translation of Shakespeare's plays.
The Owl (Online Writing Lab) at Purdue: Help with all aspects of writing papers and letters including helpful MLA and APA style guides.
Poems & Poets: Search for poetry by subject, occasion, time period and more.
Accelerated Reader Bookfinder: Find suggested book lists and book levels for grades 1-12.
Library of Congress - Teens: Need to read a classic book for class? Free reading resources, such as classic books online and booklists
Digital History: using new technologies to enhance teaching and research
ushistory.org: Free online history textbooks for teachers, home schoolers and history lovers
American Civil War History: Web bibliography provides links to information on the Civil War from state and federal govenment sites and includes resources on battles, maps, medicine, dairies, poetry and much, much more.
American Memory: Library of Congress provides free access to material on American history. Includes written and spoken words, sound recordings, still and moving images, prints, maps, and sheet music
American History Podcasts: This is a podcast of daily lectures given for an AP US History class at Colquitt County High School.
Fun Mathematics Online: Math practice, games, puzzles and web links for all math levels, counting through calculus.
Cool Math: An online graphing calculator and plenty of lessons, puzzles and help.