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View Resource KidsHealth

Provided by the Nemours Foundation, KidsHealth contains easily understandable information about childhood infections, child development (from birth to two years), safety and accident prevention, and first aid. The highlight of this site is the section on child development, which allows users to access information in five age divisions or eight different topics from feeding to movement to sleep....
View Resource CYFERNET: Children, Youth And Families Education And Research Network

"CYFERNet is a national network of Land Grant university faculty and county Extension educators working to support community-based educational programs for children, youth, parents and families." This metasite offers links to a plethora of resources for those interested in community-based, experiential education, child care issues, and policy-making concerns that impact children, adolescents, and...
View Resource ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education

The ERIC Clearinghouse on Elementary and Early Childhood Education (ERIC/EECE) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign provides ready access to a wide array of information resources in the areas of child development, the education and care of children from birth through early adolescence, the teaching of young children, and parenting and family life.
View Resource KidPsych

Magination Press, which publishes "innovative books that would help children deal with the many problems they face as they grow up" developed this website that offers some fun activities for kids and parents to try online. The activities are grouped into two main sections, those for children ages one to five and those for children ages six to nine. The activities help develop children's skills in...
View Resource A Place of Our Own

The multiple award-winning PBS television series, website and outreach program, A Place of Our Own, and the Spanish language version, Los Ni'os en su Casa is aimed at child caregivers including parents, grandparents, daycare workers, and nannies. The goal is to give child caregivers a supportive and informative place to turn for help with the important task of caring for children of their own or...
View Resource Harvard Family Research Project

Since 1983, the Harvard Family Research Project (HFRP) has focused their work and research on complementary learning, which acknowledges that "children need multiple opportunities to learn and grow at home, in school, and in the community." Visitors will definitely want to check out the "Webinar Series", which can be found on the homepage. The archive consists of seven webinars consists that...
View Resource Iowa State University Extension & Outreach: Childcare and Development

Iowa State University Extension & Outreach offers a number of free, printable resources relating to childcare and child development. These resources, which are available in English and Spanish, are designed for parents and caregivers and may also be of interest to parent educators, health care professionals, early childhood educators, social workers, and others who work closely with families with...