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A Parent’s Guide to Helping Kids with Learning Difficulties
GreatSchools and Schwab Learning provide resources for K-12 families on learning, attention, social and behavioral problems.

Colorín Colorado: Helping Children Read...and Succeed! 
This bilingual site features information for parents and families on helping your child become a successful reader and student. It includes reading tips and activities, booklists, information on how to get involved with your child’s school, and more.
Advice, reference articles, and an online community for parents of preschool to high school students. (An American Library Association Notable site)

Dr. Toy's Guide
A child psychologist evaluates and recommends the best toys for children, based on their physical, emotional, and intellectual development.

Reading Rockets
A comprehensive resource for information on helping your child learn to read, created by educators.

Use this great tool to prepare pre-K through 2nd grade children to learn to read with phonics and other fun activities.

Story Blocks
Help your young child get ready to read before they start Kindergarten! Using the videos on this site you can learn how to sing, talk, rhyme, and play with your young child, building early literacy skills.

Zero to Three
Up-to-date information on all aspects of development and parenting of children ages 0-3 from the National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families.
Last updated: 4/4/2015 11:23:50 AM