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Parenting Web Links
Useful websites compiled by Belvedere-Tiburon librarians.
American Camping Association
Search for a summer camp for your child
Bay Area Parent
Local version of Parenthood.com. Includes local events & resources, as well as a comprehensive directory of pregnancy, parenting and child care articles and web sites. Users can also locate parenting chat rooms, supports groups, etc.
Child and Family Web Guide
This is one of the best sources of quality parenting information on the web. Tufts University provides well-organized, annotated links to the best web sites about infants, children and teens. Most links have extensive reviews, and are ranked for content, authority, stability, and ease of use.
Facts for Families
The American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry provides over 80 fact sheets on a wide variety of childhood and adolescent issues. The Fact Sheets are available in 6 languages, including Spanish.
This site is owned by Disney and much of the information is from Family Fun Magazine. But this is a good source for craft activities, travel information, child friendly recipes, as well as parenting information.
This site from the National Center for Fathering includes fathering tips, message boards, and a chat room.
Articles, message boards, and web links for the homeschooling community
iVillage Pregnancey and Parenting
Parenting information that may be searched or browsed by subject.
Three related sites in one: for parents, teens, and kids. Award-winning site with health, safety, parenting articles. Includes articles on helping children cope with current events.
National Parenting Center
This site provides a comprehensive source of information from a variety of child-rearing authorities. It includes toy, book and video recommendations and has link to the National Consumer Safety Product Recall.
This is a comprehensive directory source of pregnancy, parenting and child care articles and web sites. Users can also locate parenting chat rooms, supports groups, etc.