Homework Help for Kids

These homework resources can be used from any computer with an Internet connection. To log on, enter the 14-digit barcode number on the back of your library card or eCard that starts with 21001 (don't use any spaces). 

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Culturegrams has reports for all 50 states, over 200 countries, and all 13 Canadian provinces and territories, plus photos from around the globe.


With thousands of articles, maps, photos, and videos covering topics like the arts, history, math, science, language arts, and sports, eLibrary was created specifically for K-12 students.


History Study Center is a collection of primary and secondary sources on global history from ancient times to the present day. To use this resource while at the library, click here.


Previously Kids InfoBits, this new updated version is content-rich, authoritative, easy-to-use and features age-appropriate and reliable information-- perfect for today's young learners.




With SIRS Discoverer, you can learn animal and country facts, stay on top of current events, discover science fair projects, and read non-fiction books.


The Washington Anytime Library has  thousands of eBooks and audiobooks for kids with everything from popular books to non-fiction.


For a full list of homework resources, click here.

Other useful websites

You don't need a library card to access these websites.

Fact Monster
Get homework help and find facts on thousands of subjects. Fact Monster is a free reference site for students, teachers, and parents.

Infoplease combines the contents of an encyclopedia, a dictionary, an atlas, and several almanacs loaded with statistics, facts, and historical records.

Just for Fun Websites
Check out this list of websites with free games -- some educational and some just for fun!

Kahn Academy
Has math, science, computer programming, history, art, economics, and more free online classes for ages kindergarten through high school.

Kids Health
The most-visited site on the internet for information about health, behavior, and development from before birth through the teen years.

Notable Children's Digital Media
The American Library Association has put together some of the best apps and websites available for kids by providing links to a wide range of subjects.

Other Websites
Click here for links to other homework sources on math, science, language arts, history, and more!

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