Find books and online resources to help you with your homework - whether you need to complete an assignment, write a report, or do a presentation. We can help you find the right information for your need, teach you how to cite your source, and show you computer resources you can use to share your work with others. After school, or on the weekend, we are ready to help. The Library also provides homework help for teens.
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eLibrary Resources students use most for the classroom, homework, or independent study.
Complete list of online resources purchased by the library. Access magazine and newspaper articles and other resources to help with research.
Provided by Discovery Education, this site generates answers to math problems and explains how to solve them.
Create and print free worksheets to practice adding, subtracting and other math skills away from the computer. (An answer sheet is available with some worksheets so you can check your work, too.)
Learn about different styles of writing, grammar, research and citation. Help for all skill levels.
Compiled by Monroe County Public Library staff.
Find basic facts of any state, including Washington, D.C., as well as a picture of the state flag.
Look here for current factual information on oceans and countries from around the world. Provides a picture of the country's flag, along with information on its geography, people, government and more.
Images of flags from around the world, listed in alphabetical order by country, with a description of the flag and a link to country information.
Selected images are made available by the Library of Congress for educational and research use.
Other General Homework Help Sites for Kids
From the Information Please almanac, this site features its own Homework Center with resources divided by subject matter, and other useful online tools, such as atlases, conversion calculators and more.
Features more than 3,000 videos on math, science, test prep topics and more, enabling users to watch and learn for free. Includes hundred of practice exercises and resources for teachers, too.
Tips for knowing when information can be trusted.
Find the best search tool for your information need.
Make note of where you find useful information and learn how to create a bibliography.
The library organizes nonfiction material using this numbering system.