Lessons often begin with warm-up questions and typically conclude with a quiz or sample problems (and the answers), so the material is explained and reinforced.
The site also offers interactive aids for more than 100 common textbooks.
Its useful search engine makes finding what kids need a snap.
There's little information on English grammar or foreign languages, but some math support is offered for Spanish speakers.
-- This site was able to provide only a basic review of the subject matter that we were looking for during our evaluation.
But although it isn't a standout for homework help, it does earn high marks for having a dictionary, thesaurus, almanac, and atlas.
This site's science section covers lots of topics for high school students, including earth, life, physical, and computer sciences, but with little depth.
The math portion contains helpful information for elementary school students, focusing on skills like measurements and money, and the English section includes good tips on writing a paper for older kids but could use a more comprehensive range of information for all ages.
Some of Int Math's pages contain advertisements streamed along the side of the site, which can be distracting.
Still, this site's search engine tracks down topics efficiently, and it was the best at addressing the various math topics that we examined.