|Sites Devoted to Parenting Issues and to Improving Family Life|
Babble: Tips and tricks about becoming a good parent
Pocket Parent: Pocket Parent is a, hand picked, parenting resource, with a huge section devoted to the best fun, educational and fun sites for kids.
BizyMoms "You can have it all!": A GREAT site that features: Top 40 Business Ideas, Mom Run Businesses, Education for moms, Articles and Advice, Message Boards, Home Business Help, Scams 101, Free Stuff Page, Free Newsletters and MORE
Disney Family Fun: Parenting: Highlighting Issues important to pregnancy, baby, toddler, preschooler, school age, tween and teen, and a parentpedia
FamilyDoctor.org - Parenting Tips: Operated by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), a national medical organization representing more than 93,700 family physicians, family practice residents and medical students
Father and Daughter: The only online parenting resource with dads' point of view. Read up on tips and news on better parenting for your kids of any age.
Disney Family: Recipes, health, crafts, just for mom, and MORE
KidsHealth for Parents: Positive Parenting: Discipline, homework help, and how to talk to your child about tough subjects, like sex, tobacco, and alcohol. Plus, find out where you can turn for help and support.
Parenting.com: The home of parenting
Parenting.org: Online resource for free parenting help; Answers to parenting questions with resources and guidance on how to successfully raise, praise, discipline, teach and love your child.
Parents as Teachers National Center: Parenting tips
Parents Helping Parents: Great collection of resources for special needs families, including assistive technology
Positive Parenting: Dedicated to making parenting positive, rewarding, and fun!
SingleDad.com: A comprehensive online resource developed for single dads. It provides an extensive array of valuable services, advice and referrals, plus an interactive social network that connects single dads nationwide. SingleDad.com is dedicated to helping single dads navigate through the daily challenges of single parenting by providing the highest quality resources and timely information to support the family's continued health, wealth and general well-being.
|Helping Your Child Learn|
Children Who Can Read But Don't: Tips on encouraging your child to read
Ed.gov: U.S. Department of Education: Helping your Child Series: Aims to provide parents with the tools and information necessary to help their children succeed in school and life. These booklets feature practical lessons and activities to help school aged and preschool children master reading, science, and math, and understand the value of homework and develop the skills and values necessary to achieve and grow.
Ehomework: An homework help site from the UK. Included are over 80 articles all written by a team of professional experts with around 10 new articles added each month to help you assist your child in many academic areas. Articles are divided into the age appropriate categories of: Infants, Juniors, and Secondary.
Figure This! Math Challenges for Families: Sponsored by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics; resources are designed as brochures and can be downloaded for printing
Gifted and Talented World: Additional resources and support in challenging gifted students
MoneyInstructor.com: Kids and Money: Learn about teaching kids about money, personal finance, allowances, kids earning money, and starting their own businesses. Also learn about saving money for your kids.
Kid Info : Homework Help: KID INFO is UNIQUELY different from other homework and research assistant sites because it is the ONLY homework helper site on the internet that organizes educational reference sites, videos, and powerpoints by the SPECIFIC (rather than general) curriculums covered in elementary, middle, and secondary schools throughout the United States.
LD Online: Learning Disabilities Information and Resources
Learn2Type.com: Provides typing tests and an opportunity to learn touch-typing and keyboarding skills by using exercises that automatically adjust to the typist's abilities. Requires free registration
Pre-K Smarties: A preschool education resource for parents teaching preschoolers with tips for early reading and educational toys. Read preschool education news and as well as articles just for moms.
Reading Skills and Great Books for Kids: Reading not only enriches creativity, but develops vital language skills and expands vocabulary in addition to providing a fun experience that can be personal or shared within a family. There are books that cater to all ages and tastes waiting to be discovered!
Study Skills: Study skills are important to becoming a successful student. Check out KID INFO'S study skills page with lots of study skill help.
Grammarly is a free automated profreader that helps students check their written work for 100 points of grammar, contextual spelling, and punctuation. The software provides helpful explanation cards to guide students toward conscious decisions about their writing. Grammarly improves mastery and confidence by removing the obstacles to good writing and allowing the student to focus on style and content.
Stop Cyberbullying: Designed as an interactive resource, delivering information on cyberbullying quickly and, by preference.
Stop Bullying Now: Links on this site will lead users through an exploration of interventions that work to reduce bullying in schools.
Wired Safety: Facts and information from leading experts about Internet and digital safety, privacy and security
Excel Help: Free help and tutorials for Microsoft Excel beginners and developers.
|Free Skill Building Worksheets|
Kindergarten Worksheets by School Sparks : This fantastic website offers hundreds of offers hundreds of free preschool and kindergarten worksheets for parents to use at home or for teacher to use in the classroom.
|Internet Safety Awareness|
Parenting and the Internet: The Guide to Raising Your Child to be Smarter and Safer Online: This ebook, which contains the same informational content as the softcover version of the book, would be of interest to anyone caring for a child who is using the Internet, especially families with an online child who is between the ages of six and fourteen.
|Search Engine for Parenting|
ParentSmart.com: A website facilitates your search for information on the Internet in two ways. First, scores of websites have been evaluated; approximately 50,000 articles total. This search engine looks in all levels of selected websites for articles matching the keyword(s) you enter, and presents those results. The best, most exact matches are rated with four stars, next best with three stars, and so on. You may then click on an article's link to read it; This is your guide to the best and most helpful information about how to help your child succeed in school.
|Sites with Fun Ideas for the Family|
Crayola FamilyPlay: Hundreds of activities to do with kids
Disney Family Fun: Crafts, printables, how-to-videos, and MORE
Family Education: Arts and Crafts Activities for Kids: Project Ideas
Make and Takes: Kids Crafts: Fun crafts, projects, tips, and activities for kids, many centered around the current holiday or season
Public School Review: Free, detailed profiles of public schools and their surrounding communities; Search Schools; View School District Rankings; Compare Schools Side-by-Side; Find Private Schools; Find Online High Schools
Teen Alcohol Addiction An excellent resource for understanding alcohol addiction
Teen Drug Addiction An excellent resource for understanding alcohol addiction
|Didn't Find What You Were Looking For?|
Kidinfo.com's Become a Better Parent - Parenting Tips Resources Page provides the best available Parent Resources and Parenting Tips! You can increase your child's development by continuously presenting these educational resources and activities to your children, and in the process become best possible parent!