Jena Junior High School

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Students

HOMEWORK HELP

HomeworkLouisiana Use this link for the State Library of Louisiana's free site HomeworkLouisiana.  Homework help is available from 2:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Sunday through Thursday.  This site also contains links to state testing practice.

English Links

  • IXL - Students use IXL daily to reinforce and practice math, ELA, science, and social studies skills.

  • MobyMax - Students use IXL daily to reinforce and practice ELA, math, science, and social studies skills using placement tests and progressive lessons.

  • Education Place - Spelling vocabulary, word find, wacky web tales, power proofreading, spelling match, etc.

  • Common Errors in English - Provides a list of common errors in the English language.

  • Grammar Style Writing - A resource guide to many of the English grammar rules and conventions.

  • Indispensable Writing Resources - Provides resources to improve writing and editing skills, includes links to all sorts of reference materials, links to writing labs, and links to writing-related websites.

  • Creative Writing for Teens - All types of activities links to help support the writing process of students.

  • Basic Steps in the Research Process - A step-by-step to help students with their research projects.

  • Word of the Day - Contains a vocabulary word for each day, examples of usage, archives, etc. 

Math Links

 

  • IXL - Students use IXL daily to reinforce and practice math, ELA, science, and social studies skills.

  • MobyMax - Students use IXL daily to reinforce and practice ELA, math, science, and social studies skills using placement tests and progressive lessons.

  • Khan Academy - Hundreds of video lessons on every topic imaginable in math.

  • Math Stories - Helps students boost their math problem solving critical-thinking skills; contains over 12,000 interactive non-interactive math word problems.

  • Math Problem of the Week - Contains math problems for each week; choose from algebra, pre-algebra, geometry, etc. grade level.

  • AAA Math - Hundreds of pages of basic math skills, contains interactive practice, an explanation of math topics, challenging games; choose grade level and math topic.

  • Ask Dr. Math - Ask Dr. Math a math question or allow Dr. Math to explain prepare you for Algebra.

  • Cool Math Algebra - An Algebra site which allows you to choose from students, teachers, parents, home schoolers, games, other fun.

Reading Links

 

  • Education Place - Includes textbook support, professional development, interventions, author spotlight, wacky web tales, spelling vocabulary, leveled readers, etc.

  • Book Hive - Guide to children's literature books; be an author, visit story place, find a book, fun activities.

  • .Ask the Young Adult Author  - Questions answers asked of favorite Young Adult authors..

  • Biography - Search from over 25,000 biographies of the greatest lives, past present; contains quizzes, store, classroom, discussion, links to A E Television, The History Channel, The Biography Channel.

  • Anagram Server - A fun online tool that creates anagrams from any word or phrase.

Science Links

 

  • Education Place - Choose from Life Science, Earth Science, The Human Body, Physical Science more.

  • Surf Net Kids Science Fair Projects - Lots of great ideas for science fair projects.

  • Cool Science for Curious Kids - Invites curious students to explore the world of biology.

  • Ask the Answer Worm - The U. S. Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service has S. K. Worm that will answer students' questions about soil.

  • The Why Files - Science behind the news.

  • How Stuff Works - Extensive resources in earth science, engineering, physical science, life science, space, and the supernatural.

  • Ology - Offers excellent resources related to genetics, astronomy, biodiversity, and paleontology.

  • Bill Nye the Science Guy - The official Nye Labs website - play games, perform online experiments, much more.

  • Museum of Unnatural Mystery - Offers online exhibits, strange science news, and "Ask the Curator."

  • NASA  - An Aeronautics Space Resource for Education; choose from Hot Topics, The Library, Cool Picks, Spacelink Express, Education Focus.

  • Brain Pop - Contains various subjects, links for parents, teachers, Brain Pop in the News.

  • Dauphin Island Sea Lab - Offers K - 12 Teacher Education, Research Data, News Events, Coastal Planning, Estuarium / Public Aquarium.

GENERAL INFORMATION

  • The World Almanac -Features on online version of th current copy of The World Almanac and Book of Facts, The World Almanac for Kids, as well as other information sources.
  • Fact Monster -Many sources in one easy to use site, including an almanac, encyclopedia, dictionary, history timeline, and quizzes and games.