The Sage Family: Recommended Links links from The Sage family. Here's a growing More for teenagers; parents will want to check out some of doing so, and very credible math and science links. Village School http://www.sageway.com/links.htm
Extractions: Help for Homework From NJNIE (New Jersey Networking Infrastructure in Education), the "Ask an Expert Page" for original research (direct from the specialists themselves). "B.J. Pinchbeck's Homework Helper" - a fund of links from a real middle-school student who's tested them out. What better source? Thanks, Beege! Studyweb - a much-used site from American Computer Resources, Inc. Electric Library - It's not free, but it's a popular research site that even journalists use and swear by. It's like your local library updated daily via satellite, providing access to 150 newspapers, hundreds of magazines, 2,000 books, TV and radio transcripts, maps, photographs, art, etc. It's $9.95/mo. or $59.95/year. You can test it out thoroughly before you decide with a one-month free trial the site offers. Jumbo! (the shareware site)'s
Family Science Network h. family science Network. FAMLYSCI Information Fathers and Men. teenagers. family Health. family Reading Marriage Information. Miscellaneous links. College of Human Environmental sciences http://www.uky.edu/HES/gwbrock/fsn
Science & Math - FirstGov For Kids to offer both kids and teenagers alike. From sports to Kidzzone science links - The Department of Energy's Kidzzone offers a can help you and your family be safe from fire http://www.kids.gov/k_science.htm
Extractions: (these sites are not maintained by kids.gov *) Agricultural Ideas for Science Fair Projects - Here, we've put together a few basic ideas of agricultural science projects you can do. Use these ideas as a jumping-off place for coming up with your own project. Agriculture and Math Fun - Fun agriculture and math site with quizzes, games, and links to other sites. Agriculture in the Classroom Kid's Corner - Learn about the role and importance of agriculture in the economy and society. Air Force Crossroads - Hope you came ready to have fun because this section has tons to offer both kids and teenagers alike. From sports to arts to video games, you will find hours worth of information and entertainment that will keep you coming back for more. Air Force Link Jr. - Games, puzzles, cool stuff and a little history make this U.S. Air Force website a quick trip to the wild blue yonder. Air Quality Index - Learn how air pollution is measured, about the Air Quality Index (AQI), and how the index can be a quick way to tell people how good or bad something is. The AQI uses colors, and numbers, and words to tell you about the air.
Home Page HHS Consumer and family science links. Focus Adolescent Services resources on teen and family issues. of facts sheets on areas of concern to teenagers, such as http://www.ouhsd.k12.ca.us/lmc/hhs/Foods.htm
Extractions: HHS Consumer and Family Science Links Consumer Action Autoweb.com Federal Citizen Information Center FirstGov for Consumers Federal Citizen Information Center-National Contact Center ... Consumer Protection Nutrition Interactive Healty Eating Index Food Pyramid Guide A Guide to Daily Food Choices USDA Food and Nutrition Information Center This is the place to go for all types of information about nutrition, food composition, dietary guidelines, and all manner of other data about food. If you want to know exactly how many calories, how much protein, fat, carbohydrates, cholestrol, etc. a 1.5 oz. cake donut contains, you'll find it here. Would you like to compare the composition of a Taco Bell beef burrito with the same item at Del Taco? You can do so here using the USDA's search engine that includes more than 19,000 food items. Nutrition Navigator The Tufts University Nutrition Navigator claims to solve the two major problems Web users have when seeking nutrition information: how to quickly find information best suited to their needs and whether to trust the information they find there. The Tufts University Nutrition Navigator is designed to help one sort through the large volume of nutrition information on the Internet and find accurate, useful nutrition information he or she can trust. Recipes: AllRecipies.com:
Buzzle Search links on science experiments. Buzzle Search. links matching "science experiments" found on showcasing science experiments and interacting with other students. From Children and family teenagers and Young http://www.buzzle.com/search/search.asp?engine=buzzle&view=links&query=s
Children, Youth And Family Links Greene County family and Children First, family Stability and Diversion Program, Sean Wolf Hill MS LPCC Intersystem Coordinator Children, Youth and family links Resources for Children and Families Evelyn Peterson Discussed that teenagers do drink and drive family science Network divided into 4 subcategories http://www.co.greene.oh.us/fcf/cyflinks.htm
Extractions: A nonprofit, nonpartisan research center that focuses on children and families. Child Trends has gathered data on the major indicators of childres health and well-being and has analyzed trends in these data over time. They also conduct basic research on teenage pregnancy and childbearing, the effects of poverty and welfare on children, and a variety of issues related to parenting, family structure, and family processes. Zero to Three
Creation Science Books And Links-Astronomy For Families Creation science books and links. Information that will help a family begin a hobby in astronomy. Information that can help homeschooling families teach a unit in astronomy. Homeschool unit Creation science Books and links. As Christians, we must be able to give a good solid, scientific It is intended for family study, teenagers' independent study, or Sunday School http://www.geocities.com/Heartland/Fields/8616/creation.html
Extractions: As Christians, we must be able to give a good solid, scientific answer for why we believe in the Genesis account of creation and not evolution. We need to know for ourselves, we need to be able to explain this to our children, and we need to be able to give good answers to unbelievers. This is why I have included these books. The Amazing Story of Creation : From Science and the Bible by Duane T. Gish, D Dish, Earl Snellenberger (Illustrator), Henry Madison Morris (Designer) The evidence of creation presented here is entertaining, educational and easy to understand. At times, it presents a humorous look at the predicament in which evolution finds itself trying to explain that which only God can do. The Answers Book : Answers to the 12 Most-Asked Questions on Genesis and Creation/Evolution by Ken Ham, Andrew Snelling, Carl Wieland, Kenneth Ham This book addresses 12 of the most-asked questions on Genesis and the creation/evolution issue. Each of these questions is given a detailed, in-depth answer and a brief summary to help you grasp the idea at a glance. Biblical Creationism : What Each Book of the Bible Teaches About Creation and the Flood by Henry Madison Morris
SCIENCE Click On Any Of The Links Below uwsp.edu/chemistry/polyed/ The Atoms family http//www site was developed by three teenagers in different uk/pondexplorer/pond3.html Water science For Schools http://www.forks.wednet.edu/middle/science/scicurrlinks.htm
Family Travel Reviews: Educational Links for Christian teenagers with tons of links and activities family with loads of links. The Great Dinosaur Mystery. Site has highinterest graphics and activities. science and http://www.familytravelreviews.com/edlinks.htm
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Links such as health, childcare, family, science, and technology. sheets address issues concerning teenagers such as clearinghouse on work and family life provides http://www.infantstoteens.com/links.html
Extractions: A well-organized electronic guide to information about the social and emotional development of adolescents, this site was developed by the Center for Adolescent Studies at Indiana University for parents and professionals. It also features a teen haven, "Teens Only!" which includes resources such as teen "zines," help with homework, sports information, penpals, and games.
Nutritional Health For Your Teen And Family Center for science in the Public Interest. Visit family Health. She also finds links between the poor eating habits of teenagers and fatigue, depression and self http://www.focusas.com/Nutrition.htm
Extractions: Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS or M-F 9 am-5 pm ET Nutritional Health Organizations Recipe Books Click here to find out if your child is at-risk, displaying self-destructive behaviors, and needs your help and intervention. Home Resources State Directory Schools ... Nutri-Facts Free source for nutrition information on almost six thousand different foods. Nutrition Analysis Tool Free and easy-to-use web-based program that allows anyone to analyze the foods s/he eats for various different nutrients. Chemical Cuisine: CPSI's Guide to Food Additives Information on most common food additives. Free Pesticide Calculator Find out what pesticides are detected from both conventional and organic samples of produce. Organizations American Holistic Medical Association Consumer information, AHMA Doctor Finder Center for Science in the Public Interest CSPIs primary focus is to educate the public and policy-makers about the critical importance of nutrition and food safety. Christian Vegetarian Association Educates about the distinct health, environmental, and animal-related advantages of plant-based eating and advocates nutritious plant-based diets in the global Christian community.
Massachusetts 4-H: Links To Other Sites her for more handson science fun. Challenge - A National marketplace skills competition for teenagers. Extension Bookstore - 4-H Youth family Development. http://www.mass4h.org/resources/links.html
Afterschool.gov: All Teens' Links and nutrition written especially for teenagers by the to help you master challenging math, science and technology math challenges for the whole family, plus much http://www.afterschool.gov/tnlinks.html
Extractions: Find out how you can make a difference by serving with AmeriCorps*, NCCC (National Civilian Community Corps) and about jobs, fellowships and internship opportunities. Interested in how AmeriCorps has made a difference in your state? Want to know about the history of AmeriCorps and it's organizational structure? This is the place to come!
DMS: Links For Parents Get involved with your kid and science! Home and family Disney is behind this site and it s a great one. It covers everything from infants to teenagers. http://www.fcasd.edu/schools/dms/parent.htm
Extractions: and Drug-Free Children Talking With Your Kids about the Tough Issues ParenTech - Parenting in the Digital Age ... Study Guides and Strategies .tips and tricks for students on study skills such as notetaking, test-taking, concept-mapping, and much more The Mental Edge This site has quizzes for all subject areas, grades 3-8. It also has practice for standardized tests. Feedback for wrong answers is provided. It is provided free on the Internet due to the advertisements placed on the pages. Prongo has free online games, quizzes, clip art, e-cards, kids' jokes, and more. Content is divided according to three age groups: 3-6, 6-9. 9-12. There are loads of educational games in the latter group. While Prongo does have ads, they are minimal. How to Protect Children's Online Privacy This informative site gives you all the details about the new Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which went into effect April 21. Find out all about COPPA and learn tips for safeguarding children's using the internet. You'll find "Adults Only," "Just for Kids," "Media," and "Business Buzz" sections that will give you guidelines to follow to protect your privacy.
Extractions: A r c h i v e d I n f o r m a t i o n Parents Guide to the Internet - November 1997 This section offers a sampling of some Internet sites waiting for you and your children. (Addresses are current as of November 1997 but may change at any time. If an address does not work, use the search feature on your Web browser to enter the site name and get the updated link). The Franklin Institute Science Museum http://sln.fi.edu/ offers online exhibits on an array of science and technology topics. Find good books to read, including Newbery and Caldecott Award Winners, at the American Library Association site http://www.ala.org/parents/index.html . This site includes information about authors, KidsConnect (for help locating all the information online), and educational games. Watch Live from Mars, audio and video transmissions of the Pathfinder's explorations, at NASA's Quest Project site http://quest.arc.nasa.gov . Find more adventures in space, including views from the Hubble Space Telescope, at a different NASA site http://spacelink.nasa.gov
Extractions: Entire book (out of print) by historian Mark Poster, Professor of History at University of California - Irvine. "People are intensely interested in finding out how the family is faring, how it has evolved from the past and what forms it may take in the future. Yet social science does not have an adequate definition of the family, or a coherent set of categories from which to analyze it, or a rigorous conceptual scheme to specify what is significant about it. The purpose of this book is to demonstrate the weaknesses of existing theories of the family in the fields of history, sociology and psychology and to offer at least the beginnings of a more adequate theory." The Domestic Violence Clearinghouse and Legal Hotline (DVCLH) has been working to reduce domestic abuse in Hawaii for over a decade. We are the only agency in the State whose services are uniquely designed to provide civil legal assistance and advocacy to domestic abuse victims, and whose caseload is comprised exclusively of these victims.
Links To Prevention Resources NIDA research in the area of familyfocused drug and suggestions on how to talk to teenagers about this NIDA InfoFacts - science-based Facts on Drug Abuse and http://www.captus.org/links/links.htm
Extractions: This 120-page paper is the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention's attempt to bridge the gap between prevention research and practice. Science-based principles, practices and models are explored, along with guidelines in implementing and adopting these models and principles. ONDCP National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign
CD Garden Earlychildhood Educational Links Child safety and parenting resources about kids and teenagers, offering free child Real Experiments Real science - Real Learning family friendly search engine http://cdgarden.com/main/links.htm
Extractions: Applelinks The MACINTOSH Portal! Another Path A comprehensive guide to homeschooling your deaf or hard of hearing child: Another Path currently contains over 200 pages of resources to guide you through any homeschool project from buying curriculum to making animated films. A to Z Home's Cool Homeschooling Web Site Over 5.8 Million Visitors Have Found A TO Z Home's Cool Homeschooling Site Real Cool! A to Z Teacher Stuff Created for teachers by a teacherDesigned to help teachers find online lesson plans and resources more quickly and easily. Online since 1997. Computer Mommy Visit Computer Mommy. For Moms, Dads and Family. Children's Place Educational, Family, and Children's web site links. Information for families, teachers and children. A site for parents, providers, and educators of young children. Creative Classroom Online A Web service for K-8 teachers sponsored by Creative Classroom Magazine. Cybersleuth Kids An internet search guide for the k-12 student. Daycareland Free World Wide Search for Daycares and Free Listings for Daycare Providers with Bulletin Boards, Photo Classified Ads, Child Care Chat Area, Daycare/Children Events Calendar, Links to Sites and Articles. Discount Homeschooling Supply Discount home school curriculum and lesson plans. Featuring Oak Meadow, Veritas Press, McGraw-Hill, Power-Glide and more. All on sale!