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The "For Parents" section is organized by grade level so that parents can easily find resources and information most relevant to their child. Under each grade, you will find a detailed overview of the goals specific to that grade level, tables to help with homework and concepts for each unit, a Student Gallery of classroom projects and activities, Everyday Mathematics Family Letters in English and Spanish, as well as a compilation of Do-Anytime Activities to help supplement classroom activities.
XtraMath is a free web-based program that helps students master basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. Students learn to recall them quickly and accurately and can then use these math facts as a basis on which to build more complex problem-solving skills.
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Math challenges that middle-school students can do at home with their families.
Saint Paul Public Library
Homework Centers are comfortable spaces at the library where students of all ages can drop in and work on their homework independently or with the help of volunteer tutors. The centers are equipped with comfortable furniture, computers, printers, reference books and school supplies for student use. Call your local library in advance to inquire about the after school tutor program.
Extended Day Learning Grad Prep
Monday and Wednesday from 2:10-4:10 (Como High School only please check with the following teachers-Ms Asher or Ms Storlee) to get signed up.
Live online tutoring everyday from 1-11:00pm. Students will need a valid St Paul Public Library card to access tutoring. http://sppl.org/services/homework-help/homework-rescue
Good Neighbor Center Tutoring Program (Sprockets)
Monday-Wednesday evenings from 6:30-8:30pm. FREE DINNER, 441 Rice Street, St Paul MN . 55103. Call 651-587-3451 for more information.
Mid-Continent Oceanographic Institute
After school homework help, every Monday through Thursday from 3-6:00pm. Register to sign up at http://www.moi-msp.org/programs/after-school-homework-help
Study Guides and Strategies
Offers a variety of resources and tips for learning.