A national nonprofit, nonpartisan organization whose mission is to inform leaders and the public about the needs of America's 70 million children, this site includes a link to The Parent's Guide to the Information Highway and other Online Resources for parents.
Reviews and reports numerous resources to promote independent living. Provides a helpful FAQ, a section on Inclusion and Parent Advocacy, listings for regional and Internet resources, and a page Just for Kids.
Aims to help parents help their children succeed by providing parents with the tools they need to actively participate in their children's learning process. Search for information by your child's grade level. Each section includes tips on helping children with their homework.
Disney's parenting site includes topical articles, chat rooms, recipes and a "What's Happening in Your Hometown" search tool.
This site provides information on toddlers to teenagers, pregnancy and baby issues. Includes articles divided by the child's age level, a tool for tracking your child's development, suggestions for how to develop certain skills, and methods for communicating with other parents online. Features a pregnancy calendar, "Baby Name Finder," and much more!
Guide to the Internet for Parents and Kids
Produced by the American Library Association, this brochure is designed to help parents and children become "web wise." Contents include: Definitions, Safety Tips, Selection, and Help for Parents
Geared to expectant mothers and parents of young children, this site covers a broad range of topics. A handy topics guide lets you easily find information on a variety of subjects, from adoption to thumb-sucking.