Below are some sites that provide
assistance. If you know of any other helpful sites, please let Ms. Lai
Francisco Public Library (http://sfpl.org)
Homework Help: Click on Kids or
then Online Homework
A tutor is just waiting to help, every afternoon 2:30-9:00 p.m. and in
Spanish Sunday through Thursday 2:30-7:00 p.m.
- Links and
Fun Around San Francisco
at the Library, Learn more about Children's Services
Online: How to
Evaluate Web Sites,
My Rules for Online Safety, A Note for Parents
Page (http://sfpl4.sfpl.org/sfplonline/teen/teens.htm) Includes
for teens: What's
at the library for ages 12 to 18
and Careers: SF
Center, High School and Beyond
- Ha! Ha!
Ha! Books of Humor for
- Reach for
a Horror Book
Stories: Multicultural Books,
- You Are
Not Alone: Resources for
Bisexual and Transgendeered Teens
Public Library (http://www.lapl.org)
Path (http://www.lapl.org/kidspath/index.html) : Includes
Catalog & Homework Reference Center. On the homework help
scroll down to the bottom of the page to "Homework Sites on the
This is the only homework resource that can be used outside L.A.
Web or Young Adults @ LAPL
All of the links can be used including the Homework Help.
Help from Yahooligans.
List of homework categories by subject which lead to many other
resources. Ask an Expert is one of them.
This site offers
of math lesson plans, learning activities, and stories for kindergarten
through grade 7, and for algebra, geometry, calculus, and probability
statistics. Specific topics include estimation, fractions, fractals,
platonic solids, and much more. Requires free registration to
materials. Searchable and browsable.
- Studying and
student together on the web, a dozen information skills.
The best search engines for Internet research, when, why and how to use.
McKenzie about the advantages of books and using the Internet and
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