Where to go online for help with homework

Did you know the U.S. Department of State offers a Homework Help Online page with links and information to help children K-12 with their homework? It is intended to provide education options for children of U.S. Foreign Service employees, but the page is full of helpful information for any student looking for online resources to help do their homework.

The State Department’s page can be found at “Homework Help Online.”

It lists nearly 30 websites, some of which are specifically designed for kids. They range from links to kid-friendly U.S. government departmental websites to resources that can help with general homework.

For example, the link to the FBI’s Kids page separates information into two youth groups: Kindergarten to 5th grade and middle school to 12th grade. The page contains information about the agency and its history, how the FBI investigates cases, information about its canine working dogs and a lot more. Students can also take the interactive “Agent Challenge” to test what they’ve learned and see their agent ranking.

There’s also NASA’s page for students. The space agency provides information and videos of missions, including about the recent New Horizons flyby of Pluto. There are also a page that lists current opportunities for students, astronomy basics and tips on how to spot the International Space Station.

Another site listed is the Academic Education Learning Resources. The page offers links organized by topics such as reference and homework. Other links include technology, science, English, art and music, foreign language, literature, math and more.

Homework Help Online