Ask RI is a great site that is available to all RI residents. You can ask a reference question, or even get help from a live tutor.
Parent Guide for Child Internet Safety - Some excellent advice on how to monitor and set guidelines for screen time with your children from the experts at vpnMentor.
Librarians for Technology another website I use to share sites with others. The page on Internet Safety may be especially helpful for parents concerned with the dangers of the Internet.
"i-SAFE is a non-profit foundation whose goal is to educate students on how to avoid dangerous, inappropriate, or unlawful online behavior." This program is being taught in the library classes of Warwick schools.
Poisson Rouge is a visual interactive environment for early learners and Autistic children. Small annual fee, but does include free content.
The Rhode Island Parent Information Network
"RIPIN offers eleven programs and services to families with children in RI, including families of children with special needs."
Science for Parents
Here's a link to a blog written to keep parents informed of science education in the Warwick school system.
Connect Safely is a great resource for parents and teens to learn about Internet safety. Videos help prompt discussions.
What Survival Looks Like at Home - by Helen Townsend. Clear explanation of what a child in trauma looks like, feels and needs at home.
Customize your child's learning online.
Connect2Compete a resource for parents to receive Internet connections for as little as $9.95 a month. See if you quality.
Bedtime Stories for Children -
Tips for parents on bedtime reading. Includes links to online bedtime stories. Tuck gathers and sharesinformation on sleep and sleep products.