Category Archives: Homework Hacks

Homework Hacks – elibrary

Have a huge project to do? Well, elibrary is for you! The one thing that makes any project stand out is its sources, and databases are a great place to start. Their reliability makes them the star of any project. An amazing one is elibrary. You can search anything or anyone and a “profile” about the subject, […]

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Homework Hack: LearningExpress Library

Stressed about an important test?  Check out this week’s homework helper from Sno-Isle: LearningExpress Library is ready to prepare you for any tests coming your way – whether that be the SAT, a career exam, or even preparing to become a U.S. citizen. This new resource is overflowing with practice tests and lessons so you can be ready for […]

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Homework Hacks: Biography in Context

For a number of years, I had a writing teacher who encouraged us to always look up an author’s background before digging into a book. When doing this, you get a deeper look into the connections of an author and their works. Before starting a book for the class, we would research and write an […]

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Homework Hacks: Historical Photo Archives

They say that every photograph is worth 1,000 words. I challenge you to look at a photo from 100 years ago. Any photo, but preferably one from your local community. What do you see? People, places, things. Maybe it’s a recognizable place, maybe it’s not. However, if you dig far enough, you might find a […]

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Homework Hacks: U.S. History in Context

Are you looking for a helpful and factual website to help you with your U.S. History class? Well, look no further as U.S. History in Context has got you covered. With U.S. History in Context, you can find anything or anyone that is related to The United States. U.S. History in Context is a great […]

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Homework Hack: CultureGrams

In most Geography classes, there’s a big project towards the end of the year. You have to pick a country, research, and write an essay or create a presentation about it. Having a topic as huge as a country can be overwhelming and you might ask yourself, “where do I start?” CultureGrams is a great website […]

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Homework Hack: Science Reference Center

Have you ever been sitting in a horrible, difficult, and absolutely terrible science class where the words on the board are blurring in streaks of wild boredom? Of course you have, it’s human nature! What follows after generally involves a wide array of snoring, drooling, and oftentimes hilarious twitching. The only problem is you missed the […]

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Homework Hacks: Mango Language

Mango Languages is the app to go to for learning new languages and unique speaking styles. I first discovered the app when I was trying to learn French over the summer.  Mango Languages has been extremely helpful in teaching me how to say everyday conversations such as greeting, introductions, and much more.  It has also […]

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Homework Hacks: National Geographic

Okay, so you survived your first month of school… Hooray! But what have we really done so far? A couple syllabi, a bit of homework, a pre test here and there. I don’t mean to make you worry- but here come the big projects! Lucky for you, I’m here to save the day! More like […]

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Homework Hacks: Job & Career Accelerator

Hi everyone!! College can be super scary, especially if you don’t know how exactly to prepare for it. Maybe you have no idea how to study for the SAT or the ACT. Or maybe you don’t know how to write a good personal essay for college apps. Or, maybe you’re just not sure what you […]

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