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website and article resources

 
While we hope you may find this information useful, it is to be used solely as a guide and not intended to be a substitute for professional advice nor an endorsement by Parent to Parent.

bullet Pearls of wisdom is a collection of parenting tips and essays that have been written and/or compiled by Winchester Parents.

bullet Books is a selection chosen from our Parent to Parent Bookgroup Series, those written by former Parent to Parent Speakers, as well as titles suggested by Winchester Parents.

bullet Community links are lists and websites of Winchester schools and organizations that support and/or provide services to Winchester Families.

Useful parenting linkssuggested by Winchester Parents 

 

Let's Be Honest: Talking to Kids About Sex and Sexuality

 

Additional Materials From Winchester's "Let's Be Honest" Program

Let's Be Honest Parent Resource Guide

Parent Role Plays

Healthy Relationships Bingo

Personal Shield

Events of Puberty

Back in My Day

Vaccine Information Statement

Converstation Starters

Sex and Tech: 5 Tips to Help Parents Talk To Their Kids About Sex and Sexuality

Sex and Tech: 5 Things to Think About Before Pressing "Send"

 

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Moms Team
Volunteer Match
The Stuttering Foundation

Links to Parenting Articles... suggested by Winchester Parents

 

bulletThe Culture of Childhood: We've Almost Destroyed It

 

bulletThe 4 Traits That Put Kids at Risk For Addiction

 

bullet When Anxiety Hits at School

 

bullet Teen Stress: What parents can do for teenagers under pressure

 

bullet High-Stress High School


bullet Why French Parents are Superior, by Pamela Druckerman

bulletThe Overprotected Kid, by Hanna Rosin

bulletOverparenting Anonymous, Wendy Mogul, Ph.D.

bulletThe Flight From Conversation

bulletAttention Alert:  A Study on Distraction Reveals Some Surprises

bulletThe Touch Screen Generation

bulletThe Amazing Power of "Tech Breaks"

bullet Technology Changing How Students Learn, Teachers Say

bullet "Why A Teen Who Talks Back May Have A Bright Future"

bullet "What if the Secret to Success is Failure"

bullet "Are We Too Attached"

bullet Texting,Surfing,Studying?

bullet From Birth, Engage Your Child With Talk

bullet Distractions May Shift, But Sleep Needs Don’t

bullet The Myth of Rampant Teenage Promiscuity

bullet Your Nest is Empty?  Enjoy Each Other.

bullet Spot on Popularity Scale Speaks to Future;  Middle Has Its Rewards

bullet Early Focus on One Sport Raises Alarms

bullet Weighing Non-drug Options for A.D.H.D.

bullet The Growing Wave of Teenage Self-Injury

bullet College’s High Cost, Before You Even Apply

bullet A One Eyed Invader in the Bedroom

bullet It’s Time to Stop Trying To Be Perfect

bullet Reinventing Date Night for Long Married Couples

bullet Adolescents, Addiction to Tobacco Comes Easy

bullet The Early Bird Gets the Bad Grade

bullet In Professor’s Model, Diversity = Productivity

bullet Sex, Math and Scientific Achievement