Attachment Parenting International
Attachment Parenting International strives to promote peaceful parenting through its philosophy of raising children. The website functions as a clearinghouse of information, support and referral services.
Common Sense Media
Common Sense Media offers “trustworthy information and tools to help parents manage their kid’s media lives.” Reviews, tips and internet safety guides are easy to navigate for both parents and kids. Ratings are provided on individual TV, movie, video game, music, and website titles.
The Head Start program’s website answers all your questions about Head Start and offers links to local programs for your child. This U.S. government program serves the child development needs of preschool children (birth through age five) and their low-income families.
The Kids Health website offers three unique websites for parents, kids and teens with information appropriate for each group. The site is up-to-date, reliable, practical and objective with all content reviewed by physicians and other health experts before publication.
A leading source to find local enrichment activities for your kids. They make it easier to find the right activities for your child based on your child’s age, areas of interest and where you live.
Learning Disabilities Organization of America
The Learning Disabilities Organization of America offers parents of a child with a learning disability support, information and helps dealing with schools, their community and professionals.
National Center for Fathering
The National Center for Fathering was started to support fathers as they engage in the lives of their child or children. It offers practical resources to help fathers handle all situations they may face, whether as stay-at-home dads, divorced fathers or stepfathers.
National Child Care Information Center
The National Child Care Information Center (NCCIC) offers resources to families seeking quality childcare. There is information on how to go about finding good care and how to seek financial assistance.
Parents are some of the best hackers, because raising kids requires on-your-feet thinking and frequent improvisation. And, Parent Hacks is the go-to site for the best hacks around.
Think of this site as a virtual BFF, with more than 300 activities for new moms that are more fun than wiping someone’s tushy.
Tufts University Child and Family Web Guide
The Tufts University Child and Family Web Guide offers a comprehensive set of links to the best sites about infants, children, and teens. On any given topic, the site has searched, ranked and rated for you articles from a variety of leading parenting sources (primarily professional sites) on the internet.
Zero To Three
Zero To Three is a non-profit organization committed to the healthy development of infants, toddler and their families. At its website, you can find educational information along with information on various parenting topics.