The following web sites offer a starting point for finding answers to parenting questions. (See below for homeschooling sites)
A link to over 24,000 baby names.
Links and resources for parents of babies and toddlers, from About.com.
Johnson and Johnson's site for parents.
A nice site dealing with pregnancy and early infancy issues.
Over 4,200 names in this database.
How to find affordable child care, from Ohio Dept. of Job & Family Services.
Reviews and news to help watch what kids are watching.
Another good internet safety site.
Tons of fun online stuff to do with the whole family.
Welcome to the Early Childhood and Parenting (ECAP) Collaborative, home to more than a dozen projects that focus on educating and raising young children. ECAP hosts research, technical assistance, and service projects.
Safety issues of all kinds.
Health info & fun for parents, kids and teens.
The interactive guide to learning disabilities for parents, teachers and children.
Tips from the PBS show 'Between the Lions'.
Fun Internet Safety Games.
Information geared toward making parenting rewarding and fun.
The national non-profit organization dedicated solely to the prevention of unintentional childhood injury.
Pay site: Entertainment reviews for parents
Information for teen parents and pregnant teens.
Recipes for Learning.
Resources dedicated to infants and toddlers.
Encourage your students to nominate and vote for their favorite books!
Lesson Plans, Posters, Bookmarks and More.
The children's room at the Stow-Munroe Falls Library contains many items that you need to help homeschool your child. With a library card, you can check out science kits, handwriting packs, many educational CD-ROMs, and other quality materials. Our website also offers pathfinders on many subjects, and cool websites to check out. Computer classes, ranging from beginner level classes to advanced classes about the internet and word-processing are offered in our computer lab.