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Google "parenting" and you get 76,600,000 hits. Which websites have the information you need? Here are links to some of the best parenting websites out there.
by Kevin CEO of More4kids
Updated 2017

Top Websites for Parents

Parenting can be a tough job, and most of us parents are grateful for all the help and advice we can get. How lucky are we to have the internet as a parenting resource in addition to our friends, family, books, and other helps! But the internet can be a little overwhelming too. Google the word “Parenting” and you get 76,600,000 hits. Which websites have the information you need? Below are links to some of the best parenting websites out there. Here are our top picks. As we find or hear about more great ones we will add it to the list, so stop back. Now here is are the review:
 
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This website is chock-full of articles on any aspect of parenting you can think of and for any age. Whether you’re nursing an infant, potty-training a toddler, helping a third-grader with homework, or buying a cell phone for a teenager, this website has advice and ideas to help you out.

List of Top Sites for Moms and Dads

  1. Dr. Michele Borba

    Dr. Michele Borba dedicates her life to helping families and children. She specializes in educational psychology and is an advocate for children. Her site is an invaluable resource helping to preventgood parenting - father and son laughing and simply enjoying time together bullying through encouraging empathy and resilience. Every parent needs to check out. http://micheleborba.com/

  2. Dr. Toy

    Need to buy a gift for a child? This website provides information and reviews on the best toys and educational products. It also offers tips on selecting and links to online toy stores. http://www.drtoy.com

  3. Kids.gov

    The parenting section of kids.gov has a ton of resources for parents. You can learn about online safety, tips for teaching math to your child, reading tips and a lot more. This is a great directory of resources every parent should bookmark. https://kids.usa.gov/parents/art-and-music/index.shtml

  4. Family Education

    An all-encompassing website that covers all aspects of family life from pregnancy to babies, kids, and teens. A comprehensive section contains articles about education from grade level help to homeschooling. Other areas of interest include areas of family life, food with meal planning cooking tips, and advice from the experts. http://www.familyeducation.com/

  5. The National Parenting Center

    This website has a little bit of everything – printables for the kids, recipes, parenting articles for all ages, a message board, and more. Find support and advice for all things parenting. Discover what products and services receive their prestigious seal of approval. http://www.tnpc.com/

  6. Zero to Three

    This website focuses on babies and toddlers up to age three. Its parenting section includes articles on nutrition, brain development, child care, sleep, and more. Learn all you can about early development and how to be the best parent to our youngest family members. http://www.zerotothree.org/

  7. Family Doctor

    What ails you? The Family Doctor website is a blog-style site that covers most all things health and medical. Learn more about health conditions, prevention of illnesses and wellness.

    http://www.familydoctor.org

  8. Kids Health

    This website is divided into three categories. For parents offering advice and help. For kids offering homework help and education. The teens section offers straight talk like teens like and advice.

    http://www.kidshealth.org/

  9. American Academy of Pediatrics

    The AAP website is a good go to if you have a question about your child’s health. They have articles about nutrition, fitness, general health, growth and development, and more. What better authority on children’s health than a board-certified pediatrician. http://www.aap.org/

  10. Parents

    Your favorite parenting magazine also has a website with articles, recipes, craft ideas, and more. Find advice on fertility and pregnancy, baby, toddlers, and older children. Fun articles about holidays and food offer good tips and advice. http://www.parents.com/

  11. Parenting.com

    Parenting.com is the mother of the parenting websites. It covers all stages of parenting. Here you will find information for expectent parents, babies, toddlers, tweens and teens. http://www.parenting.com

  12. Parent Previews

    Where do you turn when it comes to entertainment for the family? Parent Previews has done the homework for you when it comes to movies. Check the website and find out if the movie is fit for children. http://www.parentpreviews.com/

  13. Parents Television Council

    Not all television shows are created equal and more than not are not fit for children viewing. The Parents Television Council is a non-partisan education organization aimed to help parents make informed decisions when it comes to the entertainment their children watch. They offer means to get involved with their cause through their interactive website. http://www.parentstv.org

  14. Common Sense Media

    We all need help navigating the media choices available to our children today. These websites review movies, television shows, video games, and music to help us determine what is appropriate for our children. The website caters to parents, educators, and advocates. http://www.commonsensemedia.org

  15. CSPN

    The College Savings Plans Network gives comprehensive information about the 529 savings plans. Saving for college for your children is wise to start early. Receive advice and reports when it comes to saving for the important education of your child’s future. http://www.collegesavings.org

  16. Parenting Teens

    A simple website with advice about parenting older children through their teen years. Advice covers many topics teens and parents face today. While some of the articles are dated, the advice is timeless. http://www.parentingteens.com/

  17. Safe Teens

    Parenting teenagers brings a whole new set of issues and questions. Safe Teens.com offers articles and advice on everything from communication and curfews to drug use and internet safety. Also available are parents’ guides for social media usage. http://www.safeteens.com/

  18. National PTA

    The National PTA offers a website aimed at parents of school aged children. Become and advocate and receive advice for schools and families. Also keep abreast of school news and events. http://www.pta.org/

  19. NAEYC

    The National Association for the Education of Young Children is all about educating the young children. From the website become a member, have access to publications, and learn about their conferences and events. An area is designated just for families. http://www.naeyc.org

  20. Parents and Guardians NEA

    The NEA stands for National Education Association. It’s not just an organization for teachers only. They extend a hand to parents and guardians offering partnerships and support. Articles help parents with school aged children regardless if they are homeschooled or in a public school.http://www.nea.org/parents

  21. The Step Family Foundation

    Being a part of a step family can be tough at times and The Step Family Foundation are here to help ease the process of struggling parents and children. The basis of the foundation are in using standard psychotherapy to help work through feelings. Coaches and counselors are key role players in helping the families blended with steps. http://www.stepfamily.org/

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  • thanks for the list. i really like this one I found called Plugged In Parents. it has articles about everything family-centered, even movie reviews. You can even email the staff pediatric nurse with questions.

    http://www.pluggedinparents.com

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  • With so many resources out there it can be overwhelming finding the perfect parenting website…who has the time to surf? Thanks for breaking it down.

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  • Thanks for the list, its fantastic. I have used a few of these to share with my parenting forum, I hope you dont mind. Thanks again.

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