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  • A Boost To Your Child's Standardized Test Scores: Experts lead you through step-by-step activities at home that will increase your child's test scores. For K-6 national standardized tests - IQ's, and IOWA's.
  • ACT : Information For Parents : Resources: Educational planning and career development assistance for parents.
  • - Great Sites For Kids: Recommends sites for preschool-elementary age children and their parents. Created by librarians who work with children and the Web every day.
  • Ages and Grades: Your child's development through the years.
  • Alliance for Parental Involvement in Education: A nonprofit organization which assists and encourages parental involvement in education, wherever that education takes place.
  • Awesome Library - K-12 Education Directory for Parents: The Awesome Library organizes 10,000 carefully reviewed K-12 education resources for parents. It contains a directory, an index, and a search engine.
  • CGI Parent Newsletters: these provided to classroom teachers to be sent home with children during the schoolyear. They were timed to coincide with lessons going on in the classrooms, and are available here for parents
  • Chart Jungle: Printable charts, for baby, preschool, kindergarten, and other children. Charts include chores, awards, education, potty training, behavior.
  • Coyle's Where in the Web and Other Homeschool & Educational Stuff: Originally started for homeschooling families, this site has a lot to offer any parent or teacher looking for educational resources. Commentary is provided for each categorized educational link helping save time...know BEFORE you click if you want to visit or not!
  • Education K-12: Help your child succeed in school. Simple ideas that can boost your child's grades.
  • Education - K-12 Articles Index: The number one concern of many parents who visit KidSource OnLine is how to help their children do better in school. These articles do just that. They are focused on specific subjects, skills or lessons for children in grades K through 12.
  • Help Excel Testing: Suspect your child has a learning disability? Get a complete educational check-up with a composite of tests developed by educators, doctors, psychologists. Get report emailed with suggestions for improvement.
  • Help Kids Read: Free information for you to help all children with reading.
  • Helping Your Child Learn History: with activities for children aged 4 through 11
  • Homework Help: How to guide your child (1st grade): Our homework help article will tell you how to assist and support your child while he or she tackles school assignments without doing them yourself.
  • How to choose a musical instrument for your child: A step by step tutorial on choosing the best instrument for your child, this site either leads the parent through the decision making process quickly or provides resources to make a thoroughly considered decision. The site includes interactive questionnaires.
  • Jump Start Your Child's Education: Advice and activities on how to jump start your child's education.
  • Jumpstart for Parents: internet safety, financial aid,general resources, parenting organizations...
  • KidSource OnLine: KidSource OnLine--The web source for in-depth and timely education and healthcare information that will make a difference in the lives of parents and their children.
  • Mathematics for Parents: Discusses the importance of parental involvement in children's math homework; includes tips and questionnaire for parents.
  • Mrs. Alphabet: All you ever wanted to know about teaching the alphabet, phonics, reading, writing, spelling, and math for children 3-7. Free newsletter.
  • Parent involvement: Literature Review and Database of Promising Practices: Promising programs to increase the quantity and quality of family involvement in schools. From the North Central Regional Educational Laboratory.
  • Parental Involvement - Part 1: Under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Title I, Part A has been restructured to serve as a means for helping all students to achieve challenging academic standards. To accomplish this objective, the Act promotes the formation of new partnerships, particularly home-school partnerships, to help address more completely the full range of student needs that impact on their learning.
  • Parents as Educators: Discussion board, run by two Australian special education teachers, established to promote debate and discussion about issues related to children's education.
  • Patchogue-Medford Congress of Teachers: This award winning site presented by a local teachers' union offers advice to parents, commentary on current educational issues, and an interactive survey. Updated every month except August.
  • Planetpals: An Educational and intercative `resource` on the Earth. Designed especially for kids.
  • Public School Parents Network: A network, guide and information source to assist parents of public school students. Addressing issues from academic achievement and homework help to bullying, and violence in public schools.
  • Quickstart for the Family: Texas Math TEKS information for parents
  • Raven Days: Resources for the parent whose child or teen is being bullied at school.
  • Reading to Children is Essential: Fact sheet from the Ohio State University Extension on the importance of books in early childhood.
  • Robyn's Nest - An Online Parenting Site: 101 words to encourage a child. Print it and use them daily.
  • School Essentials for Parents at Offers practical advice to parents who are about to make the choice of type of education for their children.
  • Succeed to Read: Resources for parents and teachers to help a child learn to read, combining phonic, whole language methods, games, and an alphabet chart.
  • The Alternative Education Resource Organization: A listing of alternative schools, including charter, independent, Montessori, and other "unusual" schooling options.
  • The Parent Educator: The Parent Educator encourages parents to view themselves as educators who play an important role in their child?s education. Featured articles focus on how to deal with education issues at home and at school.
  •'s Parent Soup's Education Central: From preschool to elementary, middle to high school and onto college: Find expert advice, articles, message boards, and chats to help your children excel at every stage.
  • Waiting? Have Some Family Fun Times: Strategies from Ohio State University Extension to make the best of otherwise boring times like waiting in line at the grocery store, long car trips, or waiting for an appointment.
  • Your Child's Brain: The Crucial First Years: An Ohio State University Extension fact sheet on the topic.
  • Online learning `resource` for personalized developmental and educational information and products for parents and children.


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