For K-12 Students

Are You Being Bullied?

Pacer Center’s Kids Against Bullying

This website is aimed at children, but there are resources for both parents and teachers, too.

Be Prepared for Emergencies is a website provided by the Department of Homeland Security. The Ready Kids section includes a step-by-step guide to making a plan for the family, sections for kids, teens, a resource library, games, and Prepare with Pedro.

Red Cross

The Red Cross has sections on Preparing at Home, Preparing at School, and Download a Safety App. Preparing at Home includes Disaster Safety for Kids, Fire Safety for Kids, and Household Resources.

Sesame Street Let’s Get Ready: Planning Together for Emergencies

Sesame Street Let’s Get Ready: Planning Together for Emergencies is a bilingual (English and Spanish) multiple media resource designed to help entire families, especially those with young children, to plan and prepare together for emergencies.

Coping with Abuse


This article is written for the child to understand what abuse is and what to do about it.

Coping with COVID-19


ChildMind’s supportive resources include #WeThriveInside, a social campaign helping kids through COVID-19 and beyond. Download “Tips for self-care and signs that you or your friends should reach out for” at

Wide Open School

Wide Open School provides free online activities for kids to do while social distancing.

(ECDAN) Provides Early Childhood Focused COVID-19 Resources

ECDAN provides a list of resources for kids and parents to communicate about the pandemic and better understand what is happening in the world around them.

Books About COVID-19

COVID-19 Helpers (Book)

Learn how you can be a helper during COVID-19!

Together: Living Life During COVID-19 (Book)

Read about how other children are getting used to being home instead of in school.

We’re Going To Be O.K. (Book)

We are all going through this pandemic together, and we are all going to be ok!


Dealing with Your ADHD

Child Mind Institute

Tools and strategies for children and teenagers with ADHD to help manage time, stay focused, and handle homework for success at school.

Dealing with Divorce

Families Connected

Includes tips for parents, information for teens, and a curated gallery of resources and guides.

Dealing with a Parent’s Illness

This blog post was written by a 12-year-old whose father became seriously ill. These 7 tips are things that he found helpful.

Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center

This toolkit is aimed at helping children of a parent with any kind of serious illness, not just cancer. It has a special section for kids – see pages 30-31, and page 36.

For Children with LGBTQ Parents


COLAGE unites people with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and/or queer parents into a network of peers and supports them as they nurture and empower each other to be skilled, self-confident, and just leaders in our collective communities. Their website offers an array of information including online support groups, and print resources. An online blog for kids with LGBTQ parents can be found at