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Corona Public Library 
FREE Math Help (Grades 9 & up)


Free Math Help for High School and College Students Only.  No Appointments are necessary.

Tuesday-Thursday, 4-5:30pm, Virtual and in Person. Held in High Desert Room or join via Zoom.

Spring Semester dates are January 24 through May 25, 2023. No tutoring February 8-15 & Spring Break, April 4-6, 2023.

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 Additional Websites for Homework Help


American Archive of Public Broadcasting: The American Archive of Public Broadcasting seeks to preserve and make accessible significant historical content created by public media, and to coordinate a national effort to save at-risk public media before its content is lost to posterity.

Big History Project: Journey through nearly 14 billion years of history in this self-guided, six-hour version of Big History.  You'll find every chapter full of great activities to keep you entertained and test your learning.

Biology Simulations: Biology Simulations helps students to learn about biology and practice data analysis skills.  These simulations allow students to experiment with concepts that may take too much time or too many resources to complete in a traditional science lab setting.

Canva: Design Ready-for-School Worksheets with Canva! Canva's worksheet generator makes it easy for you to create worksheets using custom templates.

ChemMatters Online: The American Chemical Society's ChemMatters magazine is available online.  Targeted for high schoolers and includes articles and videos.

The Concord Consortium : A collection of hundreds of free K-12 STEM resources, from standalone models and simulations to short activities and weeklong sequences of curriculum materialsm U Seek U Find. 

Discovery K12: Discovery K12 provides a complete online curriculum for pre-k to 12th grade.  All main subjects are covered, plus extra curriculum courses. has more than 100 trusted sources, including encyclopedias, dictionaries, and thesauruses with facts, definitions, biographies, synonyms, pronunciation keys, word origins, and abbreviations.

Fiveable: A free social learning platform for high school students and teachers focused on the Advanced Placement test preparation.  It offers live streams, trivia battles, Q&A forums, and study guides for students to connect with teachers across 15 AP subjects within English, STEM, history and social sciences.

Geo History Map: History lessons using Google Maps along with fun quizzes, hours of videos and hundreds of web links.

Google Arts & Culture Collections: Google Arts & Culture features content from over 2000 leading museums and archives who have partnered with the Google Cultural Institute to bring the world's treasures online.

InfoPeople's Best Search Tools: Recommended Search Engines (comprehensive databases) and Subject Directories from the California State Library’s InfoPeople Project.

Khan Academy: Nonprofit with the mission to provide a free, world-class education for everyone, everywhere.

Library of Congress: Access to the Library of Congress' digital collections of manuscripts,  photos, archived websites, audio recordings, music, books, films, maps, newspapers, and more.

Marco Learning: Marco Learning was created to help students gain confidence in their AP classes and improve on AP exams.  Courses have been developed by a community of experienced AP teachers, tutors, authors, and designers.

Merriam-Webster Dictionary: Includes Words of the Day, dictionary and thesaurus resources, and word games. Find the perfect word, improve your spelling, or just sharpen your knowledge of the English language. 

New American History: Access to digital learning resources and tools developed by Dr. Ed Ayers for American History,  Geography, and Current Events.

The New York Times Learning Network: The Learning Network publishes about 1,000 teaching resources each school year, all based on using Times content - articles, essays, images, videos, graphics and podcasts - as teaching tools across subject areas.

PBS Learning Media: PBS Learning Media is a free, PreK-12 digital media service available to educators nationwide.  Our free service offers teachers access to more than 30,000 learning materials aligned to state and national standards, including 25,000+ videos, interactive lesson plans, media galleries and more to enrich classroom instruction.

Prodigy Math: A free online math platform used by more that 50 million students, teachers and administrators, which reinforces math skills through video game-style play.  Designed for 1st-8th grade math.

Time for Kids: Time for Kids launched a free digital library to bring the school-based publication for elementary and middle school students into homes for the first time.  The first issue will be a special report on COVID-19 and will include resources for teachers and families to facilitate conversations about the virus, and help young people better understand it.

Typing Club: Learn touch typing for free! Free lessons on keyboarding, digital literacy, and coding.

Varsity Tutors: Keep your K-12 learners engaged while schools are closed.  Enjoy free live classes led by subject-matter experts in math, science, reading, literature, writing, and so much more.

Virtual Field Trips: Virtual Field Trips from Arizona State University are topic-based, interactive experiences capturing scientists doing research.

World Flag Database: Pictures and basic information on current and historical world flags. 

Write the World: Write the World is a free writing platform for teens ages 13-18, they can share their writing in any genre, respond to writing prompts, enter monthly competitions, exchange feedback and ideas with fellow young writers from all over the world, and much more.


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