A selection of valuable sites for Byram Hills families
The following sites offer a host of links, both serious and fun! Click below to explore some great sites with your family.
Great Websites for Kids The American Library Association's collection of sites for children, picked to "enrich the user’s experience and expand the imagination".
The links below can give you some advice to help make sure your children's Internet explorations are safe, happy and productive.
Internet Safety Sponsored by KidsHealth, this site gives tips on keeping your child safe when using the Internet.
Safe Kids Rules and guidelines to help families use the Internet in fun, safe and productive ways.
Internet Safety Guide for Parents & Children This comprehensive site offers timely information on topics such as cyberbullying, downloading rules and much more.
Here are a number of sites designed to keep you informed of the latest developments on family issues and parenting.
National PTA Learn about PTA education programs and participate in a discussion group.
My Child's Special Needs A section of the U.S. Department of Education's website which features information for parents of special needs children.
The Family Education Network Offers hundreds of brief articles on parenting, links to local sites, and discussion boards that connect parents with online experts.
Department of Education Find information about the President's education initiatives, college financial aid, and parenting publications.
The National Coalition for Parental Involvement in Education Provides a catalog of resources available from all its member organizations.
Zero To Three Provided by the National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families, this site offers information to parents on the development of infants and young children.
The resources below may help you support
your children at home.
Wampus Parent Resource Guide to Mathematics
Written by the math specialists and classroom
teachers at Wampus, this invaluable tool
offers general tips on helping your child with
homework, a glossary of terms, an overview
of the tools used in the modern math
classroom, links to explore online, and
recommended games and activities to
use with your child at home.
What is Mathematics?
This site by the U.S. Department of
Education defines the different types
of math and how parents can help their
children work in each area.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
This interactive site, organized by types
of math and grade levels, helps parents
and children work together to understand
different math concepts.