Educational Websites for Parents

Many of the educational websites for parents offer free resources and information about education and parenting. Keep reading to find out about a handful of sites that you might find useful as a parent.

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Resources for Parents from Funschool

For fun games and activities for your child, check out Funschool's website. The games here cover a large variety of topics that can help your child. For parents, there are crafts, family activities, recipes and a large number of printable pages, such as coloring pages and puzzles.

A typical game you and your child will find from Funschool is 'Michael, Michael, Go Recycle!' The object of the game is to help the 'Michael' character pick up garbage and prevent the littering bad guy from creating further damage. This game will not only help your child become more aware of the environment, but also develop his logic and strategy skills.

No matter what your child's interests and hobbies are, it's likely that Funschool has something to offer that will appeal to her. For example, there are princess-themed games and crafts you can complete with your child as well as word play activities.

Parenting Information from

For general parenting information, you may want to read the free articles from The magazine Parenting has been around since 1987 with the mission of keeping parents informed on the latest parenting trends and techniques. Many of these articles can help you with your child's educational progression at home and at school.

One of most valuable sections of may be the activities area. Here, you'll find coloring pages, crafts and ideas for everything from birthday cakes to making a healthy lunch for your child to take to school.

Reading Help from Reading Is Fundamental

Reading Is Fundamental's website has articles and activities that help promote reading at home. The Literary Resources area of the site is divided into five sections: activities, booklists, articles, brochures and multicultural resources. If you're looking for educational parenting activities, check out Reading Is Fundamental's monthly activity calendars.

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