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Magazine article Teach

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Homework Helper

It's no surprise that some kids often neglect their homework. After spending almost seven hours a day at school, can you really blame them? A little online support however, can go a long way. With ? the right aids to help them during their moments of struggle, kids might be likely to do better in their homework. Some of these following resources could lend a helping hand.

Fact Monster

www.factmonster.com

Packed with information on dozens of topics, this fun-to-use reference site helps users find quick answers to their homework questions. From world events, the human body, to formulas and fractions, Fact Monster's Homework Help centre has got it all. Users can also find tips on improving writing and study skills, and access multiple tools such as an atlas, dictionary, encyclopedia, periodic table, and spell checker.

Khan Academy

www.khanacademv.org

This non-profit educational platform has been designed as a useful tool to accelerate student education. Whether it's a math problem or a historical fact, this site knows no boundaries. Users can learn from the many short video tutorials available. Khan Academy also has personalized learning resources for all ages in subjects such as math, science, computer programming, history, and economics. It's free and available in more than 36 languages.

National Geographic Kids

kids.nationalaeoaraphic.com/explore/homework-help

From animal facts to maps and all things space, Nat Geo Kids has a section dedicated to helping students ace their school assignments. …

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