Homework Help


Dear Parents, 

Are you looking for ways that you can help your child with homework or would you just like more information on what your child is learning at school? We believe that it takes parents and teachers working together to ensure that students have a successful learning experience. Below you will find resources by subject area as well as general parenting information. In addition, our Parent Resource Center has games, books, and other resources that can assist you in helping your child at home. As always, please contact your child’s teacher for specific questions about your child’s curriculum. 

General Information and Resources

  • Wondering how to help your children with homework — or how to get them to do it without a struggle? Check PBS Parents out for tips.
  • Internet4classrooms is a collection of ideas for parents concerning homework. You can also click on individual subject areas and get a collection of sites by topic.
  • B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper has online resources for a variety of subjects and it also has a research and reference area. In an effort to further collaborate, the website also has an impressive blog which covers a wide array of topics.
  • The Khan Academy offers a free online collection of thousands of free tutorials and videos in a variety of subjects. Khan has also partnered with College Board to provide free SAT/PSTAT practice.
  • BrainPOP creates animated, curricular content that engages students, supports educators, and bolsters achievement. All lessons starts with a video introduction and cover various topics. BrainPOP includes games, quizzes, and activity sections for science, health, social studies, math, and writing. Some of it has a cost associated with it, but the link takes you to the free resources.
  • Parent resources for science, social studies, math, and ELA
  • Georgia Milestone Assessment Guides for End of Grade testing are available for grades 3 through grade 8.. The Study/Resource Guides are intended to serve as a resource for parents and students. They contain practice questions and learning activities for each content area. The standards identified in the Study/Resource Guides address a sampling of the state-mandated content standards.
  • Visit the Homework Spot for homework help, homeschooling, college pre-planning, etc.
  • ThebParent Toolkit provides tips for parents of children in Pre-K through 12th grade. Academic guides with specific tips of how to help children at home are included. 

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