Have you ever wished when you brought your baby home that the hospital issued an 'Instruction Manual'?! Of course, when health/wellness/medical issues present themselves, parents usually will rely on their pediatrician for advice or direction. But what if you're just looking for some good resources that can help you strengthen your role as a parent?
The amount of material on this subject is exhaustive -- but we've whittled the list down to a few good ones that you might find helpful on the subject, for starters. Click on the links listed here for some great resources.
The closest thing you can get to an instruction manual! This multi-purpose website provides information on health, family life, ideas for activities, blogs and message boards -- all customized by age category.
Ever wonder if a book or video game that your child wants is okay? A quick check on this website will surely help you as you guide your child's purchases.
Thousands of publications, brochures, videos on educational subjects. Not only are the materials FREE, they also mail them to you at no charge, too! Check it out!
The web version of Parenting magazine. Check out this highly interactive website for advice on parenting, activities, feature stories and much more.
A service of BoysTown, this site offers some great parenting advice. Information on Internet safety, how to give your teen more freedom, and many other topics related to parenting for all children K-12.
Dedicated to the health of all children, this website is extremely user-friendly. Offers sound, medical information in plain language on a variety of topics.
For the past 30 years, Sesame Street has been a lifeline to millions of youngsters -- now it's providing assistance to parents, too! Check out this time-honored organization's website to find parenting tips and techniques.