My Turn Your Turn

October 10, 2012 -- Submitted by Tracy L Taylor, a reader from Orlando, Florida, who is affiliated with the site.

My Turn Your Turn was created to help organize and inspire parents who share a child with a co-parent due to divorce or separation. Our goal is to help families thrive in co-parenting situations by providing easy-to-use digital media tools accessible by computer, smart phone or tablet aimed at improving communication, organizing families , inspiring co-parents and reducing their stress.

It is an excellent resource for parents going through divorce, separation or custody disputes. It includes an inspiring blog about the joys and challenges of co-parenting.

Little Lunch Notes

July 24, 2012 -- Submitted by Amy Hadden, a reader from Lexington, KY, who is affiliated with the site.

Every day I post free, printable lunch notes. Jokes, fun facts, poems, etc. for parents to pack into their child’s lunch. Please take a look. Thank You

Reward Charts for Kids

April 30, 2012 -- Submitted by Jill, a reader who is affiliated with the site.

Free printable reward charts for kids which can be personalized with your own photos and text.

Parenting Tips, Styles, Advice and Stories via Parenting Books, Classes and Quotes

April 17, 2012 -- Submitted by Elle, a reader from New York, who is affiliated with the site.

ParentingInformer is a multi-author website providing parenting advice, tips, styles and stories from real parents like you. By sharing information from other parents around the world, we would like to create a community that fosters better and positive parenting practices.

School Family

October 17, 2011 -- Submitted by Kathryn Lagden, a reader from Wrentham, MA, who is affiliated with the site.

Helping parents help their kids be successful at school. Articles, tips, printables, and advice from experts and other parents of school-aged kids. Topics cover everything from helping with homework to bullying to school lunches.

Kids Sunday School Bible Bytes

October 17, 2011 -- Submitted by Jo Dibbern, a teacher from Chicago area, who is affiliated with the site.

Shares the joy of being creative with kids. Lots of unusual paper crafts, activities and lesson aids. Site originally, created with children and for children. Led by retired Director of Christian Education who was also computer graphic artist. All original and free crafts and activities for P2 mostly through grade 6, with a few for older kids. Catagorized by Bible theme, testament and holidays in separate menus. Photo instructions and often several choices within one craft. No sign-up, no fees.

Soccer Classroom

September 13, 2011 -- Submitted by Jerry Macnamara, a parent from Philadelphia PA, who is affiliated with the site.

Soccer Classroom is dedicated to helping volunteer soccer coaches find fun, inspiring and positive ways to develop youth soccer players. By using a “player-first” mentality, coaches will see the big picture of player development which leads to long-term success on the field.

There are soccer drills and games for parents and players aimed at kids from age 6-13+.