Reader Reviews

For Parents

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Kidz Peepz On-Line

August 6, 2008 -- From Cam, a reader, from Toronto, Canada, who is affiliated with the site.

We are a new web site for kids that is fun, entertaining as well as educational. We are about to launch the site and there are still a few details to be completed, please be patient and keep checking back for new additions.


On Teens Today

May 21, 2008 -- From Vanessa, a reader, from Los Angeles, CA, who is affiliated with the site.

This is a fabulous resource for parents because it is actually written from a kid’s perspective and gives adults insights into what teens and kids are really thinking and doing in their lives.

Cow Paddy For Kids

May 3, 2008 -- From Duncan, from Cape Breton Island , who is affiliated with the site.

A site for parents, teachers and children. Features safe links to music and games provided by award winning children’s recording artist, Duncan Wells.

Parenting Guide

November 4, 2006 -- From Josh Thomas, a parent, from California, who is not affiliated with the site.

This is a terrific site. I come here often for finding topics on parenting. I have 3 kids ages 3, 7 and 10. This site gives valuable information on everything from discipline to nutrition.

Parents in Touch

August 22, 2006 -- From Jackie, from Kent, England, who is affiliated with the site.

Parents in Touch is an educational information site for people with children of all ages. It explains all the schooling terminology, gives information on teaching methods, subject matter and advice on how parents can help.

Parents in Touch offers:

Guidance through all stages of education and child development
Advice by highly experienced professionals in child care, child development and education
A forum for parents
Answers to the questions that all parents ask
Resources for parents
Worksheets, SATS and other exam papers

Zipland Interactive

May 18, 2006 -- From Chaya, a reader, from Jerusalem, Israel, who is affiliated with the site.

A unique concept in the form of an edutainment computer game, designed to help kids from seperated or divorced families cope with their new reality. The game was just completed and was developed by a group of international therapists based upon their experience and research. The demo is free and is one episode that speaks for itself.

FamilyFun

May 12, 2006 -- From Kate, age 14, from New York, who is not affiliated with the site.

I love that site. It has a lot of crafts and educational projects and games for kids and it has birthday plans
and more fun stuff like that.

Teach the Children Well

May 10, 2006 -- From Elaine, a teacher, from Sandwich, MA, who is affiliated with the site.

I am a teacher currently teaching technology in grades K-4. I began this site about eight years ago as a collection of about 25 sites that I used with my students. It has expanded over time to a directory of approximately 8,000 sites, arranged according to topic. The site is designed for use by children and there is an additional page of links for parents and teachers. It is updated frequently and links are checked monthly.

Driving School Stop

May 6, 2006 -- From Bill, from New Hampshire USA, who is affiliated with the site.

Directory of USA driving schools with list of state DMVs and tips on how to pick the right driving school.

Teachers And Families

May 24, 2002 -- From David, a reader from Reston, VA, who is affiliated with the site

Contains educational activities for pre-school, study units for K-12 students and information for parents, all approved by teachers, and designed for home use to help children become successful learners. Free and fee based materials.