Since 1996, BJ Pinchbeck’s Homework Helper has been the curator of the best free education and homework resources for students, teachers and parents. My dad and I created a homework resource site that was visited by more than 10,000 students, parents and teachers every day.

Although this site was designed for all elementary, middle and high school students, many college students have used this site to help them with their studies. In addition, many links added to the site are intended to help parents and teachers. When adding links to the site, I must consider students, parents and teachers since all are closely involved with the educational process of students.

I post educational sites that I believe are the best of the best. I avoid sites with excessive advertising, and poor or questionable content. Also, I typically avoid sites that are not free to students.

Have fun looking at the resources on my site and please be sure to contact me if you have any questions or suggestions.

BJ Pinchbeck


Computer Programming Resources for Kids

I (Megan BJ’s sister) run an Adobe User Group where each month we get together to talk about various technologies as they relate to design, photography and/or programming.   Last month we had a great presenter, Tamara Eyster, who talked about creating educational games for children.   While her presentation was largely geared towards adult educators, we learned that there’s quite a few good

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Podcast Review: StarTalk Radio Show by Neil deGrasse Tyson

I’m a big fan of Podcasts and a new favorite of mine is StarTalk Radio Show by Neil deGrasse Tyson. First, a little about Neil deGrasse Tyson.  Frankly, he is the most down-to-earth astrophysicist on the planet.  He can break down these amazingly complex ideas like string theory and quasars, in a way that is both entertaining and easily understood by those of us

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Site Review: Teachers Pay Teachers.com

Let’s start off with the basics…Teachers work their butts off to get great resources together for class. They create games, worksheets, and lesson plans with almost no financial support outside of a micro budget. In most fields when you create a unique product, you can sell it and get a small financial gain. For example, if I create a photoshop action that enhances photos, I can

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