Sites for Parents, Teachers, Caregivers and others
who care about kids.
Lost in the decision-making process for education
that will affect the rest of your entire life? Here is a great
place to start "finding yourself." Plan your future
This is a busy site that features a lot more
than parenting information. There are links to television listings,
celebrity pages, fashion news, health information, and even pet-care
information. Kids Corner features Kids on the Web, where kids
can host their own Web site, free. The Educational Launch Pad
features a wealth of links to education sites organized by category,
including museums, earth science, and reference for kids.
The best for your Family.
More than 40 regional parenting publications
and Disney Online have teamed up to provide national, regional
and local resources to give you some of that help. Local and
regional calendars point you to a number of family-related events
occurring in and around your town. Feature articles give you
lots of information on lots of kid-related stuff like activities,
baby issues, book reviews, child development, dads' issues, parenting
and travel. Once you've exhausted those resources, there are
links to lots of other parenting-oriented Web sites and a special
section on award-winning kids' toys, videos, books and software.
Be sure to check out the Family
Education site where you'll find lots of great educational
resources listed by subject and age level.
National Parent Information
The purpose of NPIN is to provide information
to parents and those who work with parents and to foster the
exchange of parenting materials. Materials included full text
on NPIN have been reviewed for reliability and usefulness. Publications,
brochures, and other materials that are merely listed on NPIN
may not have been reviewed and are included for informational
Looking for baby names? ParenthoodWeb lists the
most popular ones, with Michael and Jessica topping the list,
but others, like Zachary and Kayla, also making the top 20. In
the "Ask the Pros" area, you'll find information on
everything from alternatives to spanking to comfortable sleeping
positions during pregnancy. A useful resource for parents and
parents-to-be, ParenthoodWeb includes features ranging from "Abdominal
strengthening during pregnancy" to "Helping your children
ParentsPlace.com is a dynamic, friendly community
of individuals -- seasoned parents, expecting parents, those
trying to conceive, educators and health care providers -- that
care for and love children. We also have a support network for
those that suffer the loss of a child or baby. We look forward
to your contributions.
The site provides information on a wide variety
of topics, parent reviews of books and software, and a regular
schedule of chats.
Educators, and Publishers
The PEP site is an informational resource for
Parents, Educators, and children's software Publishers. The content
of this site has been developed in response to the interests
and needs of these three audiences. Let's all work together to
empower children with technology!
- The WholeFamily Center is an award winning
interactive site which addresses the concerns of modern families.
Featuring an on-line magazine and separate marriage, parenting
and teen centers, sensitive topics like infertility, anorexia,
infidelity and teen suicide are discussed. WholeFamily uses RealAudio
and Drama to portray problems and solutions. Psychologists comments
add authenticity to the many subjects dealt with in an honest,
Welcome to YouthInfo, a website developed by
the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to provide
you with the latest information about America's adolescents.