Homework Help On-line Guide for Parents
Homework is a very important part of your child's education. Homework provides reinforcement for skills and concepts taught in the classroom and provides opportunities for your child to investigate things that interest him/her. The suggestions, links, and articles below are here to help you and your child complete homework in the most productive, painless way possible.
What are some things I can do to help my
child with his/her homework?
Homework Tips for Parents from the Learning Network has lots of suggestions on how to make homework easier for children and parents, and has specific grade level suggestions for homework K-8. (This site contains pop-up ads.)
Helping Your Child with Science gives parents guidelines for nurturing interest and fostering success for children in science. Helping Your Child with Math gives parents the similar information to foster success in math.
The Clearinghouse For Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education Homework Companion lists many sites to specifically help students with math and science homework.
The US Department of Education published
a document called Helping
your Child with Homework that details things you can do as a parent
to help your child.
Homework Help On-line is an initiative sponsored by the National Science Foundation - Comprehensive Partnerships for Math and Science Achievement (NSF-CPMSA). For more information about this and other JPS-NSF initiatives, contact the NSF Project Director.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 9625139. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.