Dearborn Public Schools
Learning Express Library Dearborn Public Library online database.
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This database offers skills improvement tests for grades 4 thru college. It also includes practice for PSAT, ACT, SAT, CLEP, TOEFL, GED exams.
Provides information on Michigan's 529 plan.
FAFSA is the application used by nearly all colleges and universities to determine eligibility for federal, state, and college-sponsored financial aid, including grants, educational loans, and work-study programs. Nearly every student is eligible for some form of financial aid.
FastWeb is a site that matches the information you enter in your profile to scholarship, college, job and internship opportunities.
The Federal Trade Commission provides information for parents and students to avoid scholarship scams.
This listing is from the online Yellow Pages and is not Dearborn Public Library generated or endorsed.
Information on physical, mental and social health of infants through young adults.
The ABC's of raising safe and healthy children.
Child Protective Services (State of Michigan Department of Human Services)
16301 Michigan Ave. / Dearborn, MI 48126 / (313) 943-2090
Michigan Department of Community Health provides information on H1N1 Influenza (swine flu).
A site that covers talking to children and teens about difficult topics.
This website is sponsored by Nemours, a unique health care system dedicated to achieving higher standards in children’s health.
Food, drug, vaccine, home safety information for parents.
Educational sites for all ages. Websites must meet high criteria to be included.
A panel of reading experts has determined that these six skills form the basis for reading and writing.
This website provides a variety of information for parents about early literacy. Some material is available in over twenty different languages.
Suggestions from the American Library Association on helping your child to be ready to read.
Tips for how to make reading a fun part of everyday life.
The American Library Associations 2009 list of notable Children's books.
Links to commendable websites of interest to children 14 years of age and younger. It is organized into diverse subject headings and is both educational and entertaining.
Literacy and reading tips from RIF the oldest and largest children's and family nonprofit literacy organization in the United States.
National Library Services for the Blind and Physically Handicapped website for children.
Find audio, Braille and print/Braille material for preschool through grade 8 in the NLS catalog at this website.
Movie reviews for kids and parents.
The PTC's primary mission is to promote and restore responsibility and decency to the entertainment industry in answer to America's demand for positive, family-oriented television programming. The PTC does this by fostering changes in TV programming to make the early hours of prime time family-friendly.
This site reviews movies, music, video games, television shows, and websites. Also discusses online safety.
Fun activities for families.
Information on home, parenting, health, food, crafts, back to school, just for Mom section, holidays, and games.
Parent's source for information on children's healthcare, education, safety, learning disabilities, software.
Parenting information from conception to college. Includes a blog.
Information on child development, education, healthy kids, fun and games, issues and advice, and parties.
From trying to conceive through your child's teen years, iVillage offer up-to-date informative articles, features, and expert advice.
PTPA Media’s mission is to discover and appraise new products designed for children and families. Real Parents with real children use and then evaluate new products. Award winning products are selected based on value, functionality, quality and appeal. PTPA Media does not test for product safety.
Online videos and advice on topics such as happy hygiene, bedtime routine, sharing, feelings, games and more.
This web page is designed to provide links to information, resources and/or services available to parents from various State of Michigan agencies.
Explore what is happening in the news with your children.
Provides information and tools designed to support parents in developing their own ways to promote their children’s growth and development.
A site that allows parents to share their experiences of parenting teens. All articles are written by parents for parents. Includes a blog to exchange information.
Online magazine for parents with teens.
Safety tips for teens and their families. Covers areas such as social networking, highway driving, cell phone use, cyberbullying and sex.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's website covering topics such as child restraint in moving vehicles, correct usage of car seats, and car seat recalls.
Help keep your family safe by checking product recalls and safety news from CPSC.
A "one stop shop" for U.S. Government recalls.
Provided by the CPSC.
Quizzes for parents and children
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