- The Bump – A website for everything pregnancy
- The Center on the Developing Child from Harvard University researches early childhood development, reaching for breakthroughs with science-based innovation, and shares their findings and best practices.
- Child and Family WebGuide
- Common Sense Media – expert reviews, objective advice, and helpful tools
- Developmental Milestones (From CDC Website)
- Mommy Poppins – shares activities that aren’t just pleasant time passers, but promise enriching experiences for your family.
- PACER Kids Against Bullying
- Potty Training Resources from Potty Genius
- Zero to Three is a nonprofit organization that informs, educates, and supports adults who influence the lives of babies and toddlers. Pages for parents include information on sleep, brain development, health & nutrition, and temperament & behavior.
Health & Nutrition
- Healthy Children.org from the American Academy of Pediatrics
- Infant Risk Center dedicated to providing up-to-date information on the use of medications during pregnancy and breastfeeding
- The Mouth Monsters from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
- National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
- PACER Center – Champions for Children with Disabilities
- A to Z Home’s Cool Homeschooling Web Sites – A huge award-winning site with many many different types of information for the homeschooler.
- Alphabet Soup – Educational resources for home schooling parents and teachers with thematic and holiday units, art and crafts, alphabet activities and literature connections.
- Compare Reviews for Online Homeschools – Consider all of your online homeschooling options and choose one that fits best with your educational philosophy and the student’s needs.
- Homeschool World – The official web site of Practical Homeschooling Magazine.
- Family Unschoolers Network provides support for unschooling, homeschooling, and self-directed learning. You will find newsletter articles, reviews, resources, web sites, books and lots of other information to help your homeschooling or unschooling efforts. The Family Unschoolers Network promotes the belief that learning can be fun for the whole family.
- Jon’s Homeschooling Resource Page – With over two hundred component pages, this is one of the largest home schooling sites on the Web. But most gratifying is that it remains one of the most popular, with over a thousand incoming links and hundreds of visitors a day.
- What You Need to Know About Homeschooling from About.com, where you will find many pages of links to articles and resources for the homeschooler.
- Born Learning is a public engagement campaign from the United Way that helps caregivers explore ways to turn everyday moments into fun learning opportunities.
- Colorin Colorado – A bilingual site for educators and families of English language learners
- DaybyDayVA Family literacy calendar.
- Get Ready To Read
- Get Set 4 K – Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library’s month-by-month guide to kindergarten readiness
- Reading Rockets – A free subscription will bring you access to videos and podcasts, booklists, tips on helping struggling readers, free reading guides, and topics from A to Z that offer help.
- Read Write Think
- Vroom This early literacy app was created by Center of the Developing Child at Harvard University.
- What Do We Do All Day