Parenting Resources

As an organization that takes pride in being a positive resource and support system for children, families, and the community, we offer additional links here to direct you to helpful information about education, children, and family and parenting issues. If you need additional information about a specific topic, we encourage you to ask your child’s teacher or a Rainbow Station director for help. If you have any recommendations for new links we can provide, please let us know — either by contacting your school leadership or the corporate office.

Links are provided alphabetically by topic, and will redirect to articles or PDF downloads.

Adoption

What’s Adoption and how does it work?

Depression

Postpartum Depression

Discipline

Eight Good Reasons Not to Spank
The Baby Blues

Grants

A Complete Guide: Grants for Single Mothers

Honesty

Teaching Honesty to your Preschooler

Infant Caregiving

Infant Caregiving: Eight Proven Practices
Colic – Does your baby have it?
Diaper Changing
Crying
Baby Tantrums
The Baby Blues

Late-Nights

Dealing with late-night visits from your child.

Marriage

Have a Happy Marriage

Manners

Interrupting – The No-Cry Discipline Solution
Preschool is the time to teach politeness. Heres how.

Media Savvy

Six Ways to Be a Media Savvy Parent.

Moving

What kids who are moving should do.

Overweight Children

Simple Successful Strategies for Parent of overweight Children

Pacifier Weaning

Bye-Bye Binky: Pacifier Weaning. It’s your child’s first love, and the breakup can be…

Potty Training

Potty Training Newsletter

Resistance

Resistance: What to do about the endless “No’s”.

Separation

Separation Anxiety

Sibling Rivalry

How can I help my kids get along better?

Sleep Problems

Making sure your child gets good, sound sleep ensures he or she will have a sound foundation for proper mind and body development.

Solving Naptime problems.


Eight Sleep Tips for Every Child.

Moving from Crib to Bed.

Tantrums

The No-Cry Discipline Solution
Tantrums: Why they happen and what to do about them.

Teaching Cooperation

Teaching your child cooperation