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Linda Kelty (lckelty)
Fri, 6 Aug 1999 22:46:56 -0400


Hi all! The Sunday paper had an article about homework helpers that I
thought many of you might be interested in.
I'm just typing it out as it appears...is that plagiarism? Linda K.

Bjpinchbeck.com -- Created by an 11-year old named B.J. and his father,
Bruce, this site is a portal to more than 500 sites in a dozen categories,
leading kids to the best teaching resources.

Schoolwork.org --- This provides links to homework help with math, science,
literature, poetry, politics, history, art, music, sports and biographies.
You also will find online dictionaries, encyclopedias and books. This is
geared toward 6th grade and up.

The Learning page of the Library of Congress --- This site guides you
through American memory and other Library of Congress resources.

WWW.peak.org --- This is the Wonder Korner where curious kids submit their
questions and the Wonder Korner finds a site that has the answer, along with
more information on the subject.

A-plus Math --- This site teaches math through timed games including flash
cards, a bingo variation called Matho, a hidden picture game and a very
challenging concentration game.


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