30 Blogs with Tips for Homework Help

2012 December 11
by Michelle

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homework 30 Blogs with Tips for Homework HelpThe kids are stuck on their homework so they call you over for help; unfortunately it’s been a long time since you’ve worked on fractions or the associative property, and you’re at a loss. Does this scenario sound like a familiar one? If so, you’re not alone. Many parents face this same problem every day. Luckily, you need not worry anymore, because these 30 blog entries were written to help you and your kids get the assignments done.

Math Help

What is NEW math?  Many parents are frustrated when they try to help their child with math, only to find out that the way they did it in school was not the “right” way.  Here are some bloggers who can shed some light on how students are doing math today.


Back in the day it seemed like the only way to memorize spelling words was to sit down and repeat the words and their spellings until you had them committed to memory. Today, however, there are all sorts of fun games and apps to help students learn how to spell without hating the experience.  Check out these five blog entries to get some help for your child.

English and Reading

Twenty minutes of reading homework every night starting in kindergarten is becoming the norm for kids these days. However, do they actually understand what they’re reading or hearing? Here are five blog posts to help you and your child with reading and English homework.


Kids typically enjoy hands-on science, but there’s more to science than just fun experience. While those other parts of science may not be that much fun, students still need to learn them.  These five bloggers give tips for parents and students on all things science.

Homework Station

Kids struggle with their homework for a variety of reasons. Some of these struggles may be ones that they have to work through on their own, but others you can help with.  Help your child stay focused during homework time by creating a homework station using some of the tips in these five blog posts.

Homework Organization

Most parents want their child to do well in school, but might not know how to help them achieve their goals.  For tips to help your child get organized, take a look at these five blog entries.

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2 Responses
  1. December 11, 2012

    Thanks for including my DIY Homework station. We love ours!!

  2. December 11, 2012

    Thanks so much for sharing our portable homework crate! We really appreciate it!

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