Please note that this site,, owned by Small Wonders Enterprises, has no affiliation with and does not endorse other companies, products, or services  that have the word  “Snickerdoodle” in their names. The list of links here is intended as a suggested guide to other creative sites for families to explore.

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A collaborative street art project created by schoolchildren in New York City. Kids design and draw fictional superheroes (guardians) that use their powers to protect areas of the city that need help.
Browse ideas and projects kids can do individually or as school or group projects (organized by grade levels); lesson plans; share your ideas and stories.
Volunteer service projects for kids’ groups and school classes.
Features stories in the news about heroes (kids included!); invites kids’ submissions of hero stories and helps them create a webpage for their heroes.
A national nonprofit organization promoting character education, community service. Providing opportunities for kids’ submissions, recognition, and scholarship awards.
Character education site offering awards, free resources for teachers, training seminars, and more.
More kids’ stories, with games, teacher resources, and storytelling guide.
Comprehensive database (of over 1 million) best children’s books. Helpful resource for libraries’ acquisitions, school library media specialists, as well as teachers and parents.
Over 500 creative arts/crafts activities for kids and lesson plans for teachers.
Parents and kids who love “Veggie Tales®” will find everything they need here.
Kids’ music site, inviting kids to submit songs, stories, jokes.
The best in kids’ music, family entertainment reviewed by John Wood. Links to storytellers and more.
Partnered with Crayola®, this art education program for K-6 also provides tips for parents and an online coloring page for kids.
Syndicated newspaper columnist/parent Barbara Feldman’s amazing comprehensive site for kids, parents, and teachers to explore virtually every topic they are interested in, with links to other educational, entertainment, and kids’ activities sites.
Official site of the National Storytelling Network. Everything you need to know about becoming a professional storyteller or where to find one to perform at your school or community group.
This is the Children’s Literature Web Guide site, with comprehensive database, links to best children’s books; resources for parents, teachers, storytellers; discussion groups on children’s literature, and more.
The Family Education Network offers rersources for homeschoolers, lesson plans for teachers, parents’ newsletter, and “cool stuff” and educational games online for kids.
A national literacy organization with publishing partners that donates new books to low-income families with young children. Involves schools, parents, and kids in community outreach book projects.
A character education project developed by Operation Respect, a nonprofit organization founded by Peter Yarrow of the folk group Peter, Paul, and Mary. This project provides resources for schools such as CDs and lesson plans to teach nonviolent conflict resolution and to prevent bullying, school violence, and susceptibility to gang influence.

A support directory for parents, with list of kids' sites for activities, games, and education.
Entrepreneurial stay-at-home moms can find inspiration and networking opportunities for creative projects and resources/activities for their kids, too.
Resources for dads (and often BY dads) on parenting, baby and child care, and toys & books for kids.
An inspiring personal website of  the late poet-peacemaker-young hero Mattie Stepanek
Online educational games, reading activities for kids; invites online submissions of kids' original stories, poems.
A book/author site, noting "50 American Heroes Every Child Should Know."
Kids helping kids around the world.
Supports kids as peacemakers through innovative team games to create peaceful schools and communities.
Great ideas for kids' participation in organization dedicated to peace-building
through community service, art, and environmental projects, as well as kids-to-kids sharing resources multiculturally, globally.
Includes list of family-friendly, kid-friendly sites for learning about safe and creative computer use.
A unique publisher and bookstore with resources to promote peacemaking and social justice.  Their mission is to "transform the world through teachable moments." Big ideas for teachers, parents, kids.  Favorite idea quoted by  founder: "The difference between an enemy and a friend is a story."

Here are some great sites for helping kids, parents, and teachers deal with bullying issues:

A complete archive of fun kids' songs to sing in the car or anywhere. (This commercial site has comprehensive list of links to other excellent resources and sites on stopping bullying, including

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