Don't Take It Out On
Your Kids is a
positive discipline technique for teachers and parents to handle
difficult situations with children.
shares suggestions to parents to help encourage appropriate behavior
and what to do for misbehavior.
Goodkids is a parenting
guide, with many ideas and helpful hints.
Lemons into Lemonade
provides information on setting
limits establishing responsibility and control in a child's life.
The four types of limits and keys to effective limits.
AMA - Adolescent Health ON Line is
a service of the American Medical Association and deals with issues
that affect the physical, emotional, and sexual health of teens,
addressing such issues as depression, substance abuse, violence,
STDs, and contraception. The site also links to AMA sites of more
Publications for Parents
includes not only the popular "Helping
Your Child..." series for parents (some available in Spanish) but
also other booklets and articles available on line on topics ranging
from reading to the Internet to financial aid for college. Published
by the US Dept of Education.
lists information of general
interest to parents and students, including homework help, health,
and disability "channels". http://familyeducation.com/home/
Your Child with Homework
US Dept. of Education provides
solid assistance based on research to guide parents of elementary
and junior high school-aged children when deciding how to help
children with homework.
the source for in-depth and timely
education and health care information, this site contains resources
for school personnel and parents on issues affecting children's
health from infancy through the teens. It includes information on
new products, product recalls, childhood diseases, recreation, and
National PTA Links for Parents and Other Child Advocates
an extensive resource listing compiled
by the National Parent Teacher Organization which will be of
definite interest to parents and educators because of the wide range
of child-centered resources available here.
in Hand to Educate Children
ideas for Parents and Teachers to give
children the desire to learn and work hard through better
communication resulting in a better education.
suggestions to parents on such topics as: Back to School, Dealing
with Bullies, Stopping School Violence, and Making Schools Safer.
Coping With National Tragedy
The National Association of School
Psychologists will continue to provide information to help parents,
school personnel, mental health professionals, and others to assist
children as they cope with the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on
the United States.
Communication Tips for Parents and Kids
has a list of tips aimed at improving
communication between parents and their children along with related
is a general interest site for parents
and students, this one features parent chats, surveys, activities,
and articles about issues affecting children and families.