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In The Middle
We offer a variety of services for families with children
that are affected by divorce. Services include coparent
education, mediation, coparenting anger management, supervised
visitation and exchanges.
provides valuable health information, tools for managing
your health, and support to those who seek information. You can
trust that our content is timely and credible.
Opportunities for stepfamily education via conferences, articles,
communication training, counseling, and stepfamily coaching
Love & Relationships with Larry James
Larry James, speaker and author of 3 books on love and
relationships, presents relationship workshops, personal coaching,
relationship articles, a book store, an eMall, an eZINE, a special
"authors & speakers" section, fun stuff, a technology
corner, and lots more.
SeekWellness is a clearinghouse of health and medical
information from a variety of sources and includes in-depth
articles about Nutrition, Fitness, Wellness, Weight Control, Sexual
Health, Incontinence, Gout, Heart Disease, Eating Disorders, and
TheStepStop is a Sydney (Australia) based website that
is dedicated to inform, resource and support all members of
stepfamilies. Founded by Sonja Ridden, the author of Hell..p! I'm a
stepmother, it is the first stop to stepfamily information, and the
first step to stepfamily success.
This site aims to help stepfathers negotiate a healthy
relationship with their family.
A support site dedicated to positive co-existence between
divorced parents and their new families.
Information about Parents Without Partners, Inc.
Friends . Com Cool Crafts for Kewl Kids
1000s of free craft projects sheets for kids ages 3-15
the Net with Kids
Weekly site recommendations for kids and families by Barbara
Feldman; syndicated newspaper columnist, mother, wife and Net surfer
supreme (not listed in order of importance, of course).
Our website includes the inspiring Amazing Kids! of the
Month stories, about real kids doing amazing things. Kids can
enter our ongoing creative contests, in which we give kids cool
prizes and connect them with mentors; kids can write for the AK
eZine, or send in art for our Amazing Artists! Gallery, or writing
for our Amazing Writers! Library. Adults and kids alike can
nominate kids for the Amazing Kids! of the Month award.
A Website of the Federal Emergency Management Agency,
dedicated to teaching kids how to protect themselves and their
families from the risks of disasters -- both man-made and natural.
or FirstGov for Kids
Kids.Gov provides links to Federal kids' sites along with
some of the best kids' sites from other organizations all grouped by subject.
Explore, learn, have fun!
KidsKonnect is a portal that allows children to safely and
successful navigate the Internet.
Writes for Kids
America Writes for Kids links to more than
200 children's authors' and playwrights' Web pages and is searchable
by map or by alphabet. Links are provided to many other
literature and theater resources as well.
A children's literature web site for kids of all ages,
parents and teachers with book reviews, author spotlights, games and
print and color pages. Kids can also submit their own book reviews,
poems and short stories to be published on the site.
Kids & Teens
Idealist Kids & Teens helps young people get involved in
their communities and introduces them to the world of nonprofit
organizations and the issues they pursue.
KIDS 'N CARS is dedicated to eliminating deaths and injuries
to children left unattended in or around motor vehicles.
World Almanac For Kids Online
The companion website to The World Almanac For Kids, great
for homework help.
Toys You Can Make With Your Kids:
Make toys at home with common household materials, often in only a
few minutes, that demonstrate fascinating scientific principles.
Kits Crafts and Projects
Crafts for kids. Craft kits for kids encompassing :- Cross
Stitch, Patchwork, Embroidery, Tapestry, Christmas, Basketry,
Knitting, Quilling, Weaving, Woodwork and Mobiles.
WeeklyReader.com is where you can find fun, educational and
informative content along with year-round contests, quizzes,
crosswords, wordsearches, coloring, news, polls, and more! We have
the latest news, product recommendations, informative articles, and
more for Kids, Teens, Teachers, and Parents. Make WeeklyReader.com a
part of your online experience!
Carolina Kids Page
The NC Kids Page features information
about North Carolina's history, government and people. Used
by elementary students doing state reports, the site charts some of
more significant events in North Carolina's history in our state
line. The site also includes a list of the official state symbols,
well as fun facts and a chart explaining how a bill becomes a law in
North Carolina General Assembly. We also have educational games and
some favorite old North Carolina ghost stories.
A fun place for kids to create, be happy, learn about the
arts and environment. It has a Giant Flower Island for learning
about the Environment, Night Bubble to "show and
tell" the imaginative Arts, Dragon Ship for Coloring, Sign
language, Animation and Guessing Games and soon to come a Dodoland
Castle to share Wishes, Dreams, Solutions and visit the
Dodoland Fan Club. Singing Tree will have the Dodoland
Songs and a special area for Teacher's including how the site uses
integration of all curriculum areas -art, writing, creative
movement, music, drama and science.
It's an educational, non-profit website for kids ages 8-10
that strives to illustrate the importance of agriculture, and
agricultural science in their daily lives.
Girl Power! is the national public education campaign
sponsored by the U.S. Department of the Health and Human Services to
help encourage and empower 9- to 14-year-old girls to make the most
of their lives. Girls at 8 or 9 typically have strong attitudes
about their health, so Girl Power! seeks to reinforce and sustain
these positive values among girls ages 9 to 14 by targeting health
messages to the unique needs, interests, and challenges of girls.
A great site for Stepfamily Help!
believe better health begins with better Mental Health
A great site to ensure visitors gain the maximum benefit
from their visit, and from what this site has to offer.
Access to All Schools/events, Parent Connect Site, Events
Calendar, Teachers, Administrators, Publications, etc.
Best known for the Kids' Search page, this personal family
site is a place where the youngest web surfers can feel at home.
There is a search engine where you can search for print and color
sheets by subject, greeting cards you can print, and a web cam into a
redwood forest. Should you pass the bookcase, browse for something
Healthy Choices for Kids is a nutrition curriculum funded by
the growers of Washington Apples and developed by leading educators
and nutritionists in Washington State. The curriculum involves
1-5th grade students in age-appropriate English, math, science and
art projects while providing information on the value of all five
Educators Lending Parents Support, HELPS
a non-sectarian and non-discriminatory home education support group
in Southeast Florida. HELPS' encourages family-centered
learning regardless of religion or teaching methods. Our
members work to improve and expand the availability of resources and
support systems in ways that respect and honor the wide diversity
among home educators. We offer help for new home educators and
opportunities for old timers. H.E.L.P.S, is a FIHEN
Inclusive Home Education Network Affiliate
Parenting support for raising boys in today's world
A fun site for kids with games, stories, a chat room,
message boards, a click-n-learn computer, and lots more! You name it
and we probably have it!
Amazing Fun for all Kids. Craft Kits, Mailing Club,
Personalized Letters, Gift Baskets and Boxes. Creativity,
Surprises and Mail.
DIG brings the excitement, mystery, wonder, and fun of archaeology,
palaeontology, and earth sciences to children 8 - 13 years old in a
style that both entertains and educates its young readers dig into
A resource guide for Dallas/Fort Worth families affected by
divorce. We list local resources to aid in the transitions
during and after divorce and remarriage. We publish a FREE bimonthly guide for DFW families affected
by divorce. It includes articles and advertising about
resources in our area. Previous articles have included an
article by Pamela Payne, author of Building a Bridge, an interview
with Vicki Lansky, author of It’s Not Your Fault KoKo Bear,
articles about Supervised Visitation, Collaborative Divorce,
Financial Planning, Birthday Parties, Local Services for Children of