Resources 

Kids Health 
www.kidshealth.org 
Kids Health is an all-encompassing site that will appeal to parents, kids, and teens. Practical parenting information, homework help, teen advice and straight talk from professionals throughout the world as well as doctor-approved health information about kids from birth through adolescence make up the core of this site

 

Brain Connection 
www.brainconnection.com 
This site contains cutting-edge information on brain development as it pertains to child development, early reading, education, and thinking and problem solving from the embryonic stage through adulthood.

 

Kids in Danger 
www.kidsindanger.com 
This is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting children by improving children's product safety. Links to product recalls and hazards are included

 

Child and Family WebGuide 
www.cfw.tufts.edu 
An essential directory to hundreds of sites containing child development research and practical advice on topics selected on the basis of parent recommendations, professional feedback, as well as support from noted child development experts.

 

Child Fun 
www.childfun.com
Child Fun is a family website with many things of interest to adults and kids—craft ideas, coloring pages, newsletters, and forum.

 

National Childcare Information Center 
www.nccic.org 
NCIC is a national clearinghouse and technical assistance center that links parents, providers, policy-makers, researchers, and the public to early care and education information.

 

Create-A- Reader 
www.create-a-reader.com 
Technology, online games, and exercises are combined to encourage the development of early literacy skills.

 

Early Reading First 
www.ed.gov/programs/earlyreading/index.html
The overall purpose of Early Reading First is to prepare young children to enter kindergarten with the necessary language, cognitive, and early reading skills to prevent reading difficulties and ensure school success.

 

Handwriting Without Tears 
http://www.hwtears.com/hwt
http://www.hwtears.com/hwt/online-tools
Kids Camp Daycare utilizes the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum system as a part of our overall learning experience. The program is adaptable for home and school use. The links provided share more information on the program, and helpful online tools.