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Have you heard of the Parent Toolkit? Produced by NBC News, this one-stop shop website and mobile app is geared toward helping parents be more active partners in their child’s development by providing comprehensive tips and advice. With a focus on both academics and health, the resource aims to help parents support all aspects of their child’s growth and features: 

  • Grade-by-grade academic benchmarks for math and English Language Arts with actionable tips to support learning outside the classroom
  • Guides to parent-teacher conferences and school counselor meetings
  • A Health & Wellness section, featuring guidance for nutrition, physical development, and sleep
  • Tips for parents to promote healthy eating, exercise, and adequate sleep for their growing children, and a check list to prepare for upcoming doctor visits
  • A newsfeed with parent and education focused stories, as well as a blog featuring original posts from Parent Toolkit experts and parents

NBC News enlisted a number of experts, from academics and classroom teachers, to leading nutritionists, pediatricians, and parents from across the country to help review and shape the content. The Parent Toolkit, which is sponsored by Pearson, is expanding later this year to include a section on social and emotional development. Visit the site at http://www.parenttoolkit.com

Parenting Resources available in Spanish

4/22/2014

text4baby - Free text messages on prenatal care, baby health, parenting and more

Just in Time Parenting (Crianza Justo A Tiempo) Parenting newsletter specific to a child’s age and needs. Prenatal to 5.

Love and Logic Articles in Spanish
http://www.loveandlogic.com/t-Free-Articles-and-Handouts-for-Parents.aspx

Zero to Three – National Center for Infants, Toddlers and Families
- Topics include Healthy Minds: Nurturing Your Child’s Healthy Development; The Magic of Everyday Moments; and Your Baby’s Development

University of Michigan – Your Child Development and Behavior Resources

University of Minnesota Extension - Parents Forever resources

Circle of Parents – Parent Resources Tip Sheets

Say What You Mean – Mean What You Say

Handling Resistance

Setting Rules and Consequences with Teens

Winning the Chore War

The Power of Choice

To Discipline Means to Teach!

Defying Defiance

Making Mealtimes More Pleasant

Rules: What’s Fair?

Lying

Schoolwork

Timeout

Tantrums

Parent Magic!

Swearing

Hugging 

Sibling Rivalry


North Carolina State Extension
- Working with Latino Parents

New Jersey Extension - Parenting the First Year

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