This colorful site from the Library of Congress will help you find historical facts and pictures of famous events and people.
If you're stumped on a math question, here's the place to go. You will receive a reply.
Ask a question and Jeeves will search for an answer!
You can select from grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 or 9-12 to find lots of historical documents, games and activities, links to other government web sites and information about how our President is elected.
You can find links to over 625 sites on topics including art, computers, current events, English, foreign Languages, health and physical education, history, math, music, reference, science, search engines and social studies.
This is the complete version of the Encyclopedia Britannica plus lots of links to other sites on the topics covered.
Homework help, science fair projects, math, history, English & more. Elementary school, middle school and high school students will all find lots of information here.
This very current site will let you search an encyclopedia, dictionary and several almanacs.
There are key subjects given here on many homework topics. The reference section features "Ask a Question" if you aren't sure where to look. You can also find book reviews by kids on this site.
Here's another good spot to find that extra help with your homework.
One of the best sites where there are lots of subjects to choose from, or you can search by typing in a topic. If you don’t think a Homework site can be fun, check out “weird and mysterious” or “popular entertainments” just for the fun of it!
This site contains a good explanation of what the U.S. President's role is in our democracy. The site is part of a course for paralegals, and does a good job of explaining how our government works in plain language.
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