## Math Help Homework Kid Online

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## Websites for math help, homework help, and online tutoring

This is an annotated and hand-picked list of online resources offering math homework help, generic math help, or tutoring. The resources include message boards, sites with free math videos, tutorial websites, and online tutoring sites.

**Math help/Homework help**

**Message boards/forums**

**Ask Dr. Math**

Browse old math questions or ask your own. Expert answers. The archives have thousands of answered questions covering all math topics from elementary to college level. *Highly recommended!*

mathforum.org/dr.math

**S.O.S. Mathematics CyberBoard**

Active discussion board where you can ask math questions about algebra, calculus, geometry, trigonometry, probability, college math, computer science, physics, and more.

www.sosmath.com/CBB

**Mrs. Glosser's Math Goodies Forums**

for students, teachers & parents

Homework help, Teacher Talk, Parents place.

www.mathgoodies.com/forums

**Math Help Boards**

From pre-algebra on through university-level math. It has experienced staff, is completely free, and as a policy does not give answers away without the asker showing some effort.

www.mathhelpboards.com

**FreeMathHelp.com **

A math homework help forum.

www.freemathhelp.com/forum

**Math Planet forum**

Message boards from prealgebra through calculus and SAT/ACT.

www.mathplanet.com/forum

**Chegg Study**

Chegg Homework Help offers both free and upgradable services. You can view 2 step-by-step solutions from any book and in any subject for free.

www.chegg.com/homework-help/

**Studentquestions.com—Free homework Help**

Post homework questions and get answers. Tutors in every subject are standing by. Students can sign up as tutors too!

www.studentquestions.com

**Math With Larry**

High school math questions are answered for free.

www.MathWithLarry.com

**Key to Algebra Workbooks**

Key to Algebra offers a unique, proven way to introduce algebra to your students. New concepts are explained in simple language, and examples are easy to follow. Word problems relate algebra to familiar situations, helping students to understand abstract concepts. Students develop understanding by solving equations and inequalities intuitively before formal solutions are introduced. Students begin their study of algebra in Books 1-4 using only integers. Books 5-7 introduce rational numbers and expressions. Books 8-10 extend coverage to the real number system.

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**TutorHub**

TutorHub provides free collaborative student-to-student homework help, combined with optional, private (paid) tutoring. The website has a wide curriculum coverage, with the most popular subject being math.

tutorhub.com

**SchoolTrainer Homework Help**

Send your homework question in. The service is free if you refer a friend; otherwise $2 per question.

www.schooltrainer.com/free-homework-help.html

**General math help**

**MathTV.com**

Over 4,000 free, online video lessons for basic math, algebra, trigonometry, and calculus. Videos also available in Spanish. I've written a review of MathTV lessons when they used to be offered on CDs.

www.mathtv.com

**S.O.S. Mathematics**

A free resource for math review material from Algebra to Differential Equations.

www.sosmath.com

**PurpleMath.com**

An extensive library of algebra lessons.

www.purplemath.com

**Math-Mate.com**

A comprehensive math tutorial website, covering lots of topics. Also includes a cram sheet generator that generates handy study sheets on various math topics.

www.math-mate.com

**Sophia**

A large online library of short video lessons and quizzes. The videos are recorded by several different tutors, who vary in their methods and teaching styles, so you have the chance to learn the same lesson from several perspectives.

www.sophia.org/subjects/mathematics

**A Maths Dictionary for Kids**

An animated, interactive online math dictionary for students which explains over 600 common mathematical terms and math words in simple language.

amathsdictionaryforkids.com

**HippoCampus**

Online interactive lessons (free) covering high school algebra and calculus courses (including AP calculus).

www.hippocampus.org

**MathMistakes.info**

Common student mistakes in algebra, trig, and calculus explained.

mathmistakes.info

**Math Reasoning Inventory**

Find out what your students really understand about math. The site contains ssessment tools, and lists of reasoning strategies student use and misuse with whole numbers, fractions, and decimals.

www.mathreasoninginventory.com

**Online tutoring**

**Teacher4U**

A virtual math lab for pre-algebra, algebra, and geometry that consists of multimedia lessons using a step-by-step approach. The cost is between $1.00 and $3.00 per lesson. Private tutoring also available.

www.teacher4-u.com

**TutorsVille**

Online tutoring - tutors for any subject. Pricing $29.99 for two hours; trial lessons are also available for $9 per hour (money back guarantee).

www.tutorsville.net

**Parliament Tutors**

Private, In-home SAT Prep to LSAT Prep in New York, New Jersey, Cleveland, Miami and Los Angeles.

www.parliamenttutors.com

**SchoolTrainer**

Academic coaching (tutoring) for $24.99 per session.

www.schooltrainer.com

**Tutor Bungalow**

A free home tutoring marketplace. Tutors post profiles for free and students contact them directly for free. Limited revenue is generated from the sale of featured listings for certain tutors. The website has a very clean, user-friendly layout.

www.tutorbungalow.com

**Origins Tutoring**

Origins Tutoring emphasizes a personalised, holistic tutoring approach that combines not only subject knowledge, critical reasoning, and problem solving skills, but also study skills development and mentorship. Based in the NYC.

www.originstutoring.com

**Next Guru**

An online marketplace that allows students to browse private tutor profiles for over 90 subject areas.

www.nextguru.com

**TutorVista**

Online tutoring done using an interactive whiteboard with chat. Also offering SAT/ACT test prep services.

www.tutorvista.com

**WyZAnt Math Tutors**

A nationwide tutor-student matching service. Search for local in-home math tutors in your area.

www.wyzant.com/Math_tutors.aspx

**The Math Forum at Drexel,**mathforum.org/dr.math

A project of Drexel University, this site answers your frequently asked number conundrums and includes an archive organized by grade level and math topic.

**BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper,**bjpinchbeck.com

Features a roundup of the best online sources for nearly every school subject, including art, music, foreign languages, math, and current events.

**National Geographic Kids,**kids.nationalgeographic.com

Includes extensive coverage of science, geography, history, and more, with articles, maps, photos, and videos.

**First Gov for Kids,**kids.gov

Provides kid-friendly links to hundreds of U.S. government-run websites divided by school grade and category. You’ll find links to the Library of Congress, NASA, and the Smithsonian Institution, as well as nonprofit and educational sites. The perfect source for research reports.

**Howard Hughes Medical Institute,**hhmi.org/askascientist

The one-stop site for biology homework. Browse submitted questions or get ideas for science fair projects.

**Cosmeo by Discovery Channel,**cosmeo.com

Subscribe to this homework tool kit ($9.95 a month) for thousands of educational videos, math tutorials, and online biographies and reference materials. The cool multimedia elements (like interactive games) will help your kids learn while having fun.

**Fact Monster Homework Center,**factmonster.com/homework

Kids can find literally anything they want to know on this fact-packed site, with entries on everything from Greek and Roman mythology to multiplication tables to world capitals.

**Scholastic Homework Hub,**scholastic.com/parents-school-success

Offers tips and techniques for studying, practice quizzes, and research references that will jump-start reports.

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