Find homework help with the newly redesigned Kids.gov

Posted November 1, 2012 at 10:46 am

With school back in session, you’re probably looking for quick and easy ways to help your kids with their homework assignments and projects. Kids.gov has you covered.

Kids.gov is the U.S. government’s website for children (grades K-8). Kids, parents and teachers can use the site to get help with homework, access lesson plans, watch videos, play games and more. The website pulls together the best resources from across government, and puts them in one place so they are easy to find.

Kids.gov is safe and free, so parents and teachers don’t have to worry about kids seeing anything inappropriate while they’re exploring the site.

If you’ve visited Kids.gov previously, you’ll notice that the website has been completely redesigned. The vibrant new site provides areas for three specific audiences: kids (grades K-5), teens (grades 6-8) and grown-ups (teachers and parents).

Enjoy exploring all that Kids.gov has to offer, including: How to Become President of the United States — Check out a colorful and informative poster to help kids understand the process of becoming president, Fun and Educational games – Explore life in another country through the Peace Corps, stuff your piggy bank full with money games from the U.S. Mint, and more, Videos Featuring Fascinating Careers — Watch videos describing different professions, ranging from an archaeologist with the National Park Service to an executive chef at the White House, How Parents Can Get Involved — Get tips for making homework time less stressful, learn about school meal programs, find out how to help stop bullying and more and Lesson Plans — Teachers can find lesson plans on math, history, science, music and other topics.