Helpful Links for Parents

700+ Great Sites
contains links to sites that have been deemed suitable and safe for children
Univ. at Buffalo's Center for Children and Families has information and research on ADHD
Bilingual Website
es en español
Book Lists
Lots of recommended book lists for various groups, including books for girls, kids' favorites, best picture books and the year's best books.
Brain Connection
This huge site has vast amounts of information about our brains and how they work. Includes articles about the brain and learning, games and assessments for reading skills and memory skills, brain teasers, interactive resources and the latest news and reseach about how our brains work and learn.
Our programs for families help parents offer you the skills that will help to raise happy, well-adjusted and responsible children—and make the parenting experience the most rewarding in your life.
Find tips on managing homework, choosing a tutor, preparing for tests and educational trends
Family Guide Book
This guide helps you protect your children on the internet.
National Center for Family Literacy
is a nonprofit organization supporting family literacy services for families across the United States through programming, training, research, advocacy and dissemination.
National Information Center for Children and Youth with Disabilities
has info on a variety of disabilities.
Parents Leadership Institute
PFI fosters healthy parent-child relationships that will last a lifetime. Offers articles, programs, newsletters and literature.
Positive Discipline
Positive discipline is a program that teaches important social and life skills, in a manner that is respectful to both the adults and the young people in the situation - raising young people to be responsible, respectful, and resourceful members of their community.
Positive Parenting
Positive Parenting is dedicated to providing resources and information to help make parenting more rewarding, effective and fun!
Pre-K Smarties
a preschool education resource for parents teaching preschoolers with tips for early reading using phonics, parenting articles, family freebies, and deals on the best educational toys.
Reading Rockets
this "resources for parents" page at this wonderful site has national organization links, helpful websites and a book list of titles on reading and learning disabilities.


Disclaimer: The links here have been scrutinized for their grade and age appropriateness; however, contents on links on the
World Wide Web change continuously. Teachers and parents should preview all links before introducing to students.

Copyright 2000 Heather Wall