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Math Celebrity

This site gives instant, step by step solutions to math problems. There are also video lessons to help explain math concepts and help for ACT and SAT tests, plus a podcast and some other information about the college application process. You can access the math help for free, but a paid subscription gets rid of the ads and gives you a few extra features.

D-Day Overlord

This website has a wealth of information on D-Day and the Battle of Normandy. There are text articles, plus hours of video content and thousands of photos. Articles include stories of veterans; explanations of military tactics, weaponry and equipment; and much more. This is a great resource for a unit on World War II or military history.

Library of Congress

The teacher pages at the Library of Congress website have many useful resources. There are ideas and tools for using primary sources in learning. There are also lesson plans, presentations, activities, and theme based collections. A wonderful site for American history study!

Homeschool Entrepreneur

This site has lots of resources for family and teen business owners. If you want to make your family business a learning tool, or help a teen to start a business, this is the place to go. There are links to lessons on business and entrepreneurship, blog posts and articles, and lists of helpful software and books. There is some religious content, but many useful tools for secular families as well.

Bouncy Maps

This is a great map site with an unusual twist. You can choose a criteria (such as population, religion, or agriculture) and the map will change the sizes of countries, states, or provinces to reflect the data. This is a very useful tool for visual learning, and it's just a fun site to explore!

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