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Berit's Best Sites For Children
Offers sites for kids which have been screened, rated and listed by topic.
http://www.beritsbest.com/
ClassBrain.com
Offers homework resources, print-outs, and games.
http://www.classbrain.com/
Crashwhite.com
Instant messenging, whiteboard, discussion board, sample problems, and e-mail support for physics.
http://www.crashwhite.com/
FE Kids
Offers homework help, activities, games, software and more.
http://www.fekids.com/
FirstGov for Kids
The U.S. government's gateway site providing access to Federal and other websites for use by kids.
http://www.kids.gov/
Homework Help Page.com
Hundreds of categorized links to thousands of pages suitable for students.
http://www.homeworkhelppage.com/
Jiskha Homework Help
Articles, games, humor, and puzzles for many school areas.
http://www.jiskha.com/
Kdmoz
Unofficial entry page of the kids and teens category of the Open Directory Project.
http://www.kdmoz.org/
KidsEdge
Educational resource for children includes homework help and more.
http://www.kidsedge.com/
Little Explorers Picture Dictionary
Select a letter and check out all the words and pictures that the letter represents.
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/
Schoolwork Ugh!
Offers help with homework, school subjects, student loans, student financial aid, education resources and more.
http://www.schoolwork.org/
Studies Made Easy
Offers homework help, math tricks, science news, periodic table, and a discussion forum.
http://www.beta-theta.com/
The Study Stack
Helps with memorization tasks. Students may use an existing studystack or create one of their own.
http://www.studystack.com/
Unisix Online Resource
A online resource for sixth formers, allowing them to ask questions and get help on advanced extension awards.
http://www.unisix.com/