Listed below are some great websites for kids! Topics range from educational fun to help with homework and staying healthy. Click on the links to visit these resources.
Funbrain has online educational games for kids of all ages.
Funschool offers free online educational elementary games for kids as well as printable activities, coloring and crafts that will help kids learn.
How-To-Study FREE site with more than 85 practical articles and hundreds of tips about how to
study and improve study skills in elementary, middle and high school.
Time For Kids is the daily news, information, and exploration destination for kids on the Internet.
The Tennessee Model for Comprehensive School Counseling reflects three areas of expectations and standards for school counseling and guidance standards. They are Academic, Social and Emotional, and Career Development.
Career Development serves as a guide to provide the foundation for students to acquire attitudes, knowledge and skills that enable students to make a successful transition from school to work.
Fun Websites For Kids:
College for TN (K-5) ignites interest in career awareness and exploration.
Kids Work! is a virtual community of workplaces designed to give students an interactive job exploration experience that connects school work to real work.
Being a parent is very rewarding, but quite challenging at times. Understanding how children grow and develop and learning how to communicate with them can be of tremendous help in the parent-child relationship. Listed below are some websites that offer great tips and ideas to help parents meet those challenges.
Parenting Style: What kind of parenting style do you have? Take this quiz to gain more insight on your parenting style.
KidsHealth: KidsHealths Parents section has doctor-approved, accurate, up-to-date, and jargon-free health information about children.
Psychology Today-Parenting: We can all think of ways we'd do things differently from our parents, and no doubt your kids will find ways they'll parent differently from you.How much does parenting really matter?
Worry Wise: Are you worrying about your child's anxiety? You are not alone. Anxiety is the number one mental health problem facing children and adolescents today, but it is also the most treatable.