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FamilyEducation Grows Online Community with Vibrant New Redesign

Popular Parenting Site Features Fresh, Modern Look, Even Easier Navigation

BOSTON - May 1, 2012 - Pressed-for-time parents will find even more resources and information for raising happy, healthy families, right at the click of a mouse, when they visit the newly redesigned FamilyEducation. The leading site for authoritative, comprehensive and timely parenting information now features a fresh, modern look with updated, user-friendly navigation.

FamilyEducation's most popular areas, including the Printables Center, Activities Center, Quizzes, Entertainment Center and Slideshows now also have a fresh look and more user-friendly design so visitors can easily find their favorite content as well as information specific to their children's ages. Soon-to-be parents can still turn to FamilyEducation's NameLab to find baby name ideas and a variety of other naming resources. Plus, FamilyEducation's timely e-newsletters have a new look and format, designed to meet the needs of busy parents who need to find information quickly and easily. Newsletter topics include special offers for parents, printable worksheets and activities for families, and parenting advice and information specific to raising children in each age range.

"FamilyEducation's updated look and navigation make it an even more vibrant community than ever before," said Jess M. Brallier, publisher, FamilyEducation. "Our community of parents continues to grow daily both on FamilyEducation's message boards and blogs as well as on social media sites, such as Facebook and Pinterest."

In the Printables Center, parents will find thousands of fun games, holiday activities, skill-building worksheets, coloring pages and more, all sortable by age range and category. The Entertainment Center offers tips on the best movies, toys, games and books for kids, plus great tips on things such as planning a fun family weekend vacation. In the Activities Center, there are thousands of engaging activities for kids of all ages, easily sorted by age range and category. Parents will find indoor and outdoor game ideas, seasonal activities and arts and crafts.

FamilyEducation's Slideshow Gallery features illustrated guides to arts and crafts projects, holiday decorations, recipes and gift ideas. The area also offers great ideas for family activities as well as tips for making family travel fun. In addition, slideshows cover seasonal topics, such as great gifts for Mother's Day and Father's Day; health and safety information; and tips for a successful school year.

About Family Education (FamilyEducation.com)
FamilyEducation is the leading online publisher of practical parenting guidance, expert family advice, printables, skill-building exercises and activities for children. FamilyEducation.com is dedicated to educating parents and parents-to-be, so they can raise healthy, educated and well-rounded children.

FamilyEducation is a part of Pearson, the world's largest integrated education company. Pearson's other primary operations include the Financial Times Group and the Penguin Group.

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