Lincoln Library offers online homework help. Just click on "brainfuse" in the upper left hand corner of their homepage.
At Dubois, our instructional focus is to have students comprehend what they read. One of the hardest comprehension strategies for students is inferring. Inferring is the ability to figure out what the author is saying when he doesn't tell you directly. Riddles are a great way to practice this skill. The following is a great website that adds clues until the reader figures out the riddle. This is a great reading activity that can be done by independent readers or with a parent who can read the clues for nonreaders.
What kind of learner is your child? Many children learn best when a rhythm, beat, or song is used with what you are trying to teach. Things "stick" better when you add music and make it fun.
The website below offers a number of learning activities for language arts, science, and math. All the activities have music added. Your child will be practicing learning skills while keeping the beat!