Connect for Kids
This nonprofit site provides news and information on issues affecting kids and families, over 1500 helpful links to national and local resources, and two e-mail newsletters.
Family Education Network
Parents can find school solutions, homework help, parenting tips, expert advice, and some fun stuff, too.
Family Friendly Sites
Find approved websites and internet safety tips for family use of the internet.
Parenting tips, family activities, articles on child development, and many child-friendly and age-appropriate activities are featured on this site.
Great Web Sites for Kids
The American Library Association has launched a new collection of links to more than 700 fun, exciting and useful Web sites for children and parents.
A safe Internet gateway for kids, created and maintained by educators. KidsKonnect is a Web site for children, young adults, teachers, and parents featuring quality sites in an array of topic areas.
In-depth & timely education & healthcare information that will make a difference in the lives of parents & children.
The National Parenting Center
Provides comprehensive and responsible parenting advice including an interactive system allowing parents to access an expert panel. Plus...identifies the finest products and services being marketed to the parent/child audience.
Created by Jean Armour Polly, Net-Mom is a family-friendly directory to 3,500 of the best childrens resources the Internet has to offer.
Parents Guide to the Internet
Created by the U.S. Department of Education, the booklet is available in pdf format and is well organized and easy to read.
Provided by Education Index, a huge collection of parenting resources from A to Z.
Yahooligans Parents Guide provides you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your familys Web use.
Lexicon of Learning
Education, like all professions, has a specialized vocabulary that parents and others may have a difficult time understanding. This online dictionary, A Lexicon of Learning, provides clear definitions of educational terms in everyday language.
What do we do when our eight-year-old knows more than we do about cyberspace? How do we guide our children safely through this new world? How do we set the rules when we don't even understand the risks? The childproof locks, seatbelts and helmets we use to help keep them safe in everyday life won't protect them in cyberspace. There we need new and different gadgets and safety tips.