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Homework Help for Kids

By Tara Swords

These days when your kids need to research a school report or finish their homework, chances are they hit the Internet instead of digging through the stacks at the local library.

Whether they're writing reports on American history, trying to understand today's algebra lesson, or looking for science fair project ideas, they probably already know how to use an Internet search engine like Google to find what they need...

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By Tara Swords

These days when your kids need to research a school report or finish their homework, chances are they hit the Internet instead of digging through the stacks at the local library.

Whether they're writing reports on American history, trying to understand today's algebra lesson, or looking for science fair project ideas, they probably already know how to use an Internet search engine like Google to find what they need. But the question is: Are they finding good information or getting caught in a worldwide web of confusion?

There's no doubt the Internet can make learning easier and more fun than it was when you were a kid. The problem is that the Internet is also full of incorrect and incomplete information. Plus, when your kids are researching online, they can easily find "cheater" web sites that sell essays and book reports or solve math problems for free.

Still, by doing a little homework yourself, you can point your kids toward legitimate online help that doesn't break the rules. Here's how:

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