Websites, apps offer quick and easy homework help
With school back in session, curriculum directors, teachers, and students are eager to begin the new school year armed with tools for learning in the classroom and mastering concepts at home. Homework help resources can aid students and parents as they work through math assignments, craft essays, and more.
Below are a number of homework help resources. We’ve included apps and websites in order to offer a wide variety of help for students who may have access to different devices at home.
Do you have a favorite homework help tool? Let us know in the comments below.
BuzzMath Middle School (Free)
Using this app, middle school students can personalize their math learning in an engaging, challening manner. The app features more than 270 Common Core-aligned practice activities, instant feedback to help students master skills, detailed reporting tools, and more.
Parents and/or students can create their own flashcards with this app, which is appropriate for kindergarten through twelfth grade. Cards can be backed up with Dropbox in case of data loss.
iFormulas is a quick and easy way to access often-used mathematical formulas. This app will help students list and categorize hundreds of math formulas. Students also can designate their favorite formulas for quick access.
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