Now more than ever, I feel like I need a lifeline when it comes to helping my kids with their homework.
Honestly, the concepts are getting difficult. Things have changed.
Strategies are new, and problems seem crazy to me.
I need help.
I need to phone a friend.
I need answers, and often, I need them quickly.
That’s where Homework Help Desk comes in.
Or at least it came in handy this week, when we were working on Maddy’s summer math packet.
Here’s the skinny. . .
Where to Go For Free Homework Help–Homework Help Desk:
Granted, we’ve used this free platform only a handful of times, but both times, it proved to be exactly what we needed.
Maddy used it to finish up some of her Summer Math packet for middle school–one problem in particular was giving her a hard time.
So instead of me racking my brain to figure out square centimeters, I had Maddy type her question into Homework Help Desk.
What happened next was pretty awesome.
I’ll give you a hint: Maddy found her answer and then some.
Take a look at her transcript:
I love how Maddy received her answer with a question, prompting Maddy to share how much she knew about the topic along with her grade level.
That way, the Homework Help Desk could more accurately determine what kind of answer to provide.
I love that the Homework Help Desk even handled Maddy’s question about what to wear on the first day of middle school seriously, too.
Though it may not seem like a huge deal, the first day outfit is a big deal for many.
Even the pinterest board that the Homework Help Desk shared with Maddy was great for her–she spent a few extra minutes looking at it after her problem was completed.
I love, too, that the Homework Help Desk provided a link for extra help on the same type of problem that Maddy was working on.
Definitely worth checking out, especially as children’s workload increases and the difficulty of work increases.
When we can no longer support our kids the way we once did, it’s great to have a place to go so that we can continue to help our kids.
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