Army Strong Stories is dedicated to sharing video and written story submissions from U.S. soldiers, family members, friends and supporters. Soldiers of every rank are invited to share their unfiltered perspective on daily life in the military as Army Strong Stories bloggers.
December 21, 2011 -- Submitted by Deep Bhasin, a parent who is affiliated with the site.
This is my daughter, Rhea’s blog. All the content in the blog is written/drawn by Rhea. Rhea is seven years old and she is in the second grade. Through her blog, Rhea showcases her stories, poems, drawings, book reports and articles on topics that interest her. The blog is a great way of stimulating her creativity. It also helps in improving her writing and reading skills. The website is named “RheaDaVinvi” after “Leonardo Da Vinci”, who was probably the most multi-talented person who ever lived. Rhea draws inspiration from Leonardo.
December 5, 2010 -- From Nicholas, a reader, from Minnesota, who is not affiliated with the site.
This is the great blog from the MindWare toy company. They update a couple times a week and most posts are extremely useful. You will see occasional promotional posts but most are new products or products that are useful to the holiday or event occurring that day.
April 22, 2008 -- From Shadrack, from San Diego CA, who is affiliated with the site.
This is a great alternative to Myspace. I am a military parent and this site allows my children to go on to the internet and enjoy the perks of social networking. Another great thing about the site is it will allow children to keep in touch with their friends when their parents move as well as it allows them to make friends before they arrive at their new home. The site is closely monitored and is completely COPPA compliant so it is safe and does not require any personal information.
January 11, 2007 -- From Sydney, a reader, from London, Ontario, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.
Sydney is a parent and operator of the Kid Friendly Internet site. Her blog is a great place for a personal and informal dialogue to discuss issues and concerns for parents who want to keep their kids safe while they are online.