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Homeschooling - Homework Helpers

Multnomah County Library Homework Center (Oregon)
Highly recommended. Very well-organised lising of homework topics, including African-American Sites, American History, Biographies, Computers & Inventions, Costumes & Clothing, Countries & Flags, European History, Government & Politics, Health & Nutrition, Holidays & Celebrations, Literature & Authors, Maps, Music, Mysterious & Unexplained, Native American Sites, News & Current Events, Personal Finance, Social Issues, States Information, Transportation, Wars & World History, and more.

The Kids on the Web: Homework Tools (Brendan Kehoe)
Quick links to common reference tools, and annotated links to homework helpers such as The Math League's free Math Help facility; The Hargrett Rare Books and Manuscripts Library at the University of Georgia (historical maps); Mollie's Homework Helper; B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper; Drop by the Web (collection of topics, ideas, and assistance for school related research projects); Helping Your Child With Homework; Global Access to Educational Sources (a miple school cybrary); the INFOLINK homework helper page; Kids Web, World Wide Web digital library for schoolkids; etc.

Kid Info Homework Helper (Linda Guterba)
Links sorted by school subject, reference sources, search engines, and just fun stuff.

Article with 5 Tips for Handling Homework Time (Families-First.com - Joanne Spataro)

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