Homework Research Online
Click on subjects to find online homework resources.
Ask Kids is a search engine designed exclusively for young people ages 6 to 12. It's a free, safe, fun way for kids and their parents to quickly and easily research school topics like science, math, geography, language arts, and history in a search environment that's safer and more age-appropriate than traditional, adult search engines.
Discovery Education provides engaging digital resources to schools and homes with the goal of making educators more effective, increasing student achievement, and connecting classrooms and families to a world of learning. Note: defaults to Math Help page.
"Fact Checker for the Internet"
You need it? They have it. A huge directory of homework resources by subject as well as project ideas and help with writing.
Search for your subject and get a list of resources chosen by librarians around the country.
Links to topics and resources specifically of interest to teens.
Find a game to play while you wait.
Recommendations on books to read.
Federal legislative information on the Internet.
Choose a grade level then look around for information on how the U.S. government works.
Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) web sites for students of all ages.
Historic photographs, maps, journals, and other online objects from Colorado.
Search Colorado newspapers from 1859-1923.
Colorado's Kids and Student Page
This page links to state quick facts about the state motto, dinosaur and others. Also includes links to state history, legislation and other information.
How do you spell that word? And what does it mean? Try this famous dictionary and thesaurus for help.
Grammar, spelling, parts of speech, and more.
Study guides for English literature.
Information about the United Nations, global issues, and information about UN member countries/states.
Facts and maps about countries of the world.
Thousands of flags from around the world.
Huge resource for Greek Mythology.
The National Geographic Society has been inspiring people to care about the planet since 1888. It is one of the largest non-profit scientific and educational institutions in the world. Its interests include geography, archaeology and natural science, the promotion of environmental and historical conservation.
Historic photograph collections of United State's history.
Hundreds of resources about American History
Civil War resources including battles, biographies, medicine and more.
Columbia encyclopedia summary of the Civil War including causes, battles and links to detailed information.
Search for maps by location, subject or alphabetically.
See a copy of the original Gettysburg Address writing by Abraham Lincoln and read about how it was written.
Get primary source documents for American history.
Links to information on counties, culture and history.
A question and answer service for K-12 math students and their teachers.
Math tables, algebra formulas, and more.
The World of Math online.
The Exploratorium has a web site of over 15,000 web pages exploring science, art, and technology including science experiments and activities.
Find out how to do a science fair project and get ideas of different projects you can do.
Science news, games and information to keep you up to date on science in the news.
Find out the science behind the headlines.
Thousands of pages of resources on astronomy, planets, comets, astronauts and new discoveries of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.