This website is from the Office of Educational Research and Improvement and the
Office of Educational Technology at the US Department of Education. It is an online booklet that is designed to provide you with basic information about how to use the computer to find information and communicate with others. It tells you what you need to get started on the Internet and points you to some of the many interesting, helpful, and fun resources available online for parents and children.
This is the website for Reading is Fundamental (RIF), which provides parents with many resources to help motivate their children to read. It provides tips for reading to different age groups, has articles on improving the home/school connection, and guides parents in choosing appropriate books for children.
This helpful website, PBS Parents, has many resources that focus on talking with kids, the media and children, reading with your child, strategies for understanding learning disabilities, and finding age-appropriate books for children.
This website is great for exploring topics such as: art, history and culture, science, current events, people and places. Watch videos and learn more about walking on the moon, collecting coins, or our presidents.
This site links you to The Whitehouse. Learn about the president’s pets, check out pictures from the latest events, play games and try a math challenge. You can even take a virtual tour of The Whitehouse.