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Sites of interest to children, parents & teachers:
Want to know more about that film your children want to see? You will find a wealth of information about a given film – or video at this site!
The Parents Television Council analyzes television shows and rates them. It also gives short descriptions for most shows, explaining the content parents might find offensive.
Enter your zip code and look for notes from your child's teachers. Some Plainville teachers have a site here.
Resources for students, teachers and parents with an especially useful Home Work help section.
Scholastic has provided resources, including activities and curriculum, for children, parents and teachers.
Resources for families and teachers from Crayola.
101 Activities To Do With Your Toddler
Parenting information, crafts and activities - a web site with something interesting for every family member.
Devoted entirely to the unique learning needs of K-12 students, parents, and teachers.
This site has a focus on preschool activities.
Activities and information for children and their pets.


Web sites of special interest to children:
A section of the Houghton Mifflin Education site with games and activities for school age children.
Look for the interactive sites about Arthur, Berenstain Bears, Dragon Tales, Sesame Workshop, Seussville and more
Includes children's stories on line.
Games that challenge as well as provide fun.
Children’s activities designed by the Yahoo


Sites of particular interest to parents and teachers:
Parenting information with a focus on the early years.
Parents As Teachers page links to developmental information and activities for children up to three years.
Zero to Three provides articles and research about child development for parents and child care professionals
Parenting information and resources.
Positive Parenting provides resources for parenting strategies and information.
National Parenting Information Network provides parenting articles and information
Family Support America provides information on family support issues.
National School Age Child Care Alliance (NSACA) provides information on professional development for child care providers and on public policy for school age child care
National Association for the Education of Young Children provides a searchable index of NAEYC Accredited child care programs for each state.
Data base of research and articles on children's issues.
The National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE) is dedicated to developing effective family/school partnerships in schools throughout America.
Parents Anonymous provides parenting tips and locations of support groups.
The National Standards for Parent/Family Involvement Programs developed by the National PTA in cooperation with education and parent involvement professionals through the National Coalition for Parent Involvement in Education (NCPIE).


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