Family Resources

Activities: Have fun with your kids


America Responds: PBS Kids Resources for Parents


Color in Colorado! - This bilingual Web site was created for parent to provide information to help their child become a good reader and successful student.
Arts and crafts, entertainment news, and parenting advice round out this comprehensive site.


Family News and Hot Topics: News and trends that affect your family


Family TLC - tools to enhance the parent/child relationship. Select child's age to access family activities -games, sports, crafts, music, cooking, nature and more. Find parenting tips, articles on child development and hundreds of new age-appropriate child activities each month.


FunBrain for Parents- Get new, fun activities and skill-building ideas for your kids. 


Great Websites for Kids- Sites for parents and caregivers - Scroll to find this section.


Kids Health
Braces, eczema, and allergies are only a few of the topics addressed here. All the articles are doctor-approved.


LDOnline- The Interactive Guide to Learning Disabilities for Parents, Teachers, and Children
A place for parents, educators, and kids to learn, find help, and exchange ideas about learning disabilities. Information for parents to help with math homework


Mojo's Musical Mouseum
"Find the lyrics to your favorite kids' songs."


National Child Care Information Center
Information about federally funded programs as well as policy documents is available from this official government site.


Parenting Challenges: Tips and resources to help you in your parenting.
Reading Rockets- A free monthly newsletter from the Reading Rockets project.  Here you'll find information for parents and educators about teaching kids to read and helping those who struggle.

School Help: Help with homework and school


School Psychology Resources Online
Information on learning disabilities, ADHD, functional behavioral assessment, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment, special education, mental retardation, mental health, and more.
Special Needs: Gifted and LD tips.

Summer Safety Tips
Suggestions from the American Academy of Pediatrics.