Homework Help

Lots of Homework Help Sites are available on the Internet. Here are some of the most useful:

Children's Books:

Teachers' List of the Best Children's Books: Created by teachers to help you find the perfect book by topic and reading level.

General Resources:

TypeCite: A citation tool specializing in the APA, MLA, and Harvard citation systems. It is completely free for anyone to create citations in all styles.

ShmoopAn educational website for high school and college students that covers literature, US history, and Poetry. 

World Book Online: Reference Center includes every article from the 22-Volume print set. Related articles from major newspapers and magazines. Extensive graphic and multimedia enhancements, including photographs, maps, illustrations, and tables. More than 7,000 links to editor-approved websites. Includes an Interactive World Book Dictionary. Get your password from the library! This resource is funded by the La Conner Rotary.

Proquest: Search for magazine & journal articles on topics of interest. Check with the library for password information.

Homework Helpers Online: Lots of links for help with math, science, social studies, art, English, and foriegn languages.

Multinomah Public Library: Homework site with lots of links.

Fact Monster: Searchable homework center, reference, study skills, and word of the day.

Ask Dr. Math: Have a math question? All age level information includes formulas, classic problems and everything math related.

Biographical Dictionary: More than 28,000 notable men & women, from ancient times to present.

Presidents: Information, documents of their speeches, writings and biographies of our Presidents.

Savage Earth: Articles on our ever changing planet. Earthquakes, volcanoes, & tsunamis.

Underground Railroad: An interactive website with information on the Underground Railroad. Also look at Social Studies for Kids.

Homework Spot: Links for information in many subject areas organized into grade level catagories.

Education Index: This site provides a breakdown on the best sites on the web with links to related sites.

Visual Link Languages: Learn a language free with fun games.

Jet Punk: Contains geography quizes, great for learning the countries and states. These quizes create a fun and interactive way to learn world geography.  

Native American Resources

American Indian History Database: An online database that offers fast access to more than 15,000 years of culture and history through topic entries, biographies, images, maps and charts, legends, primary sources, and timeline entries. Get your password from the library! This resource is funded by the La Conner Rotary.

Native American Document Project: This collection currently included the narrative reports  of the Commisioner of Indian Affairs from 1871, 1872, 1875, and 1876, and three other reports from 1871. includes the map of western reservations published with the 1875 report.

Native American Foods: Recipes from various tribes organized by main ingredient.

American Indians of the Northwest: The Library of Congress presents information and photographs of Indians of the Northwest.

American Indians of the Pacific NW: An extensive digital collection of original photographs and documents about the northwest Coast and Plateau Indian cultures, complemented by essays written by anthropologists, historians, and teachers.

Washington Indian Maps: A list of tribes with area maps and information about each of the tribes, including links.


State Resources


A to Z USA: Information about States, Countries, and Cities. Ask for the password at the library! This resource is funded by the La Conner Rotary.

Fifty States: Wide variety of facts about each state. Links to city newspapers.

Stately Knowledge: Facts (inlcuding flags) about each state including comparison charts, rankings and links to information suitable for student reports.

Access Washington: Official state website with facts and information on Washington State.




Learn a Language: Hundreds of free language learning lessons, games and activities.

Made possible with funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Services through the Washington State Library, Office of the Secretary of State.