There are many great web-sites for Jewish learning. Below are a few suggested sites.
Union for Reform Judaism
For a great overview of the weekly portion, a Torah interpretation, calendar of portions, and Torah discussions for families, check out the Union for Reform Judaism's Torah Study web pages.
Parents of young children will find the resources on Union for Reform Judaism's Early Childhood pages very interesting and useful. It includes bedtime rituals, suggestions for Shabbat and holidays, book recommendations and other great ideas.
The Union for Reform Judaism has a lot of other great learning resources for adults, families and parents. Included is background information on the holidays, lists of recommended book and a glossary of Jewish terms. Go do the general learning page of the Union for Reform Judaism for additional links.
General Jewish Information
The Jewish Virtual is the most comprehensive online Jewish encyclopedia in the world, covering everything from anti-Semitism to Zionism. So far, more than 13,000 articles and 6,000 photographs and maps have been integrated into the site. Visit The Jewish Virtual Library for information on almost any Jewish Topic. Another excellent website for general Judaism and Jewish resources is Shamash.org.
Some Israeli Newspapers each have English language websites. Here are a couple of good links:
The Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism maintains a very extensive website with information on a wide variety of social action and political topics, including action alerts, background on legislative, Jewish views on contemporary topics and links to legislators.
The Hillel website contains a search engine about Jewish life on different colleges. It can be very helpful in a college search.
The website RitualWell has compiled an extensive selection of modern, often feminist, rituals, prayers, and essays for life cycle events and holidays.
The Reform Movement's Youth Group NFTY has an excellent site full of information about youth grouping and Jewish life.
This site has many fun and educational websites that are especially for children. Children’s Judaica.