Internet sites mainly for parents but check out Educational Resources for teachers and Student Resources, too!
365 TV-Free Activities You Can Do With Your Child
American Library Association Great sites for Parents, Teens and Kids.
Library - The Awesome Library organizes the Web with 14,000 carefully reviewed resources,
including the top 5 percent in education.
Between the Lions
ChildFun Themes - Pirate adventures, picnic activities, back to school projects, and more has been added to this never ending theme projects site.
Children's Digital Library - Animated stories, interactive activities, printout crafts and more; all the fun is at StoryPlace where learning to read is fun. Available in both English and Spanish.
Connect for Kids: Guidance for Grown-Ups. Building communities for kids and grownups.
Discovery Channel School -Discover how easy it is to help your kids.
Funbrain - Great on-line games for 6 year olds.
FunSchool - Provides fun, interactive, learning games that kids and their parents will enjoy playing.
Internet Safety - Child Safety on the Information Highway, Disney Sage Surfing CyberEthics, Cyber Citizen
KidBibs - This web site provides strategies for teachers and parents to use while helping children become good readers, writers, and learners.
KidSource Online - How Can Parents Model Good Listening Skills? This article, from KidSource Online, lists some guidelines for good listening skills and suggestions for improving communication with children.
Kindergarten Kafe - Click on a year and then a month for a treasure of thematic ideas for your classroom.
KinderStart - Because kids don't come with instructions.
The Learning Network
Learning Planet- Interactive, dynamic and educational games for preschoolers to sixth graders.
Goose Rebus Rhymes - Designed for children who are learning to read.
Talk With Your Kids - This national initiative encourages parents to talk with their children more often about issues such as sex, HIV/AIDS, violence, alcohol, and drug abuse.
Weekly Reader Galaxy - Highly interactive with lots of games, quizzes, contests, trivia, current events, and coloring activities.
National Parent /Child Organizations and Associations
ERIC Clearinghouse on Disabilities and Gifted Education
National Association for the Education of Young Children
National Institute on Early Childhood Development and Education
National Network for Childcare