Need Extra Help For The Kids With E-Classes? LA Public Library Wants To Help!

While libraries are closed and schools are all digital, parents might be going insane when it comes to keeping their children on track or even helping with homework.

It’s been over 15 years for most parents since they’ve even had to think about basic geometry. Now our kids want us to teach them fractions?! In our homes? Where I live?!

Well have no fear! If your little ones need aid in getting their homework done, Los Angeles Public Libraries have a resource to help them along the way.

With their online site, you can find resources like:

  • Free Online Tutoring
    1. One-to-one help from 11:00 a.m. all the way until 11:00 p.m. on the subjects from kindergarten all the way to 12th grade with over 40 subjects they can help with!
  • Virtual Student Zone
    1. An online space where designated helpers can work with students on their school work, and help connect them with additional online resources from the library.
  • Homework Help – Grades K-5
    1. An online database of knowledge and encyclopedias needed by children to work on their assignments.
  • Homework Help – Grades 6-12
    1. Unlike the prior database, this grouping includes the knowledge needed for older children’s assignments and reliable websites to gain help.

    If homework isn’t want you need help with, but what comes after, then they are here to help as well. After all the world marches on, and if you intend to go to college, you better not let COVID-19 get in your way!

  • College & Career Assistance
    1. A collection of workshops, practice tests, and resources to help students prepare for the process of applying for colleges.

    Head Here to take advantage of these programs!

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