Free Homework Helper Websites for Students and Parents

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Check out these 5 free great homework helper websites for students and parents from K through high school. Be sure and save this useful info.

FREE HOMEWORK HELPER WEBSITES! Got homework? Find the answers fast!

Here are 5 very useful websites for students and parents. You may want to bookmark these or PIN them to your Pinterest board so you can access them throughout the school year.

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You can get free help with algebra, grammar questions, learn how to read faster, get access to free study guides and learn how to study more effectively.

These are great tools, and they are free!

 

1)  Spreeder.com is a free speed reading software designed to improve your speed and your comprehension. Get your work done faster!

 2)  Grammarly.com will check your grammar and proofread your spelling online. Avoid plagiarism and get correction suggestions. You will get back a detailed error explanation and correction suggestions.

3)  Algebra.com Got  problems? Get online help for Pre-Algebra, Algebra I, Algebra II, Geometry, and Physics. Free tutors help you to solve your math homework problems.

4)  HowToStudy.org Helpful study skills and resources for students of any grade level. Get tips for writing papers and passing exams. The site will help you with time management, listening and note-taking, organization, test anxiety, memory, textbook reading and more.

5) Quizlet.com is a fantastic free online study guide that’s fun to use. You can create online flashcards, study for tests, practice your SAT, study with friends and there’s a mobile app too.

Do you have any Homework Helper Websites to share with us? I would love to get your ideas too!

Natalie's first day of teachingI have a special place in my heart for teachers. I’m the daughter of a teacher and my daughter continued the family tradition. She teaches DHH (deaf and hard of hearing ) children in Los Angeles. I’m so proud of her.

 

a proud parent moment-me and my baby!

a proud parent moment- me and my baby!

Here we are at her undergraduate ceremony, which feels like yesterday!

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Amy D

I remember my days as a teacher. I was also Ms. F and loved what I did! However, once I had kids I found blogging to be a better profession for my lifestyle.

Santa

This helped my 8 yr old grandson with spelling. He was really struggling .

Brenda

Thanks for those great websites. They’ll come in handy for my third grader. Congratulations to your daughter! I have a minor in American Sign Language, and would love to be able to have my own classroom of Deaf and Hard of Hearing students. I hope she has a great class!

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