Starting school is a big year in all facets — academic, social, physical, and emotional.
Getting back in the academic saddle is a family effort as you stock supplies, organize, and prepare for the busy year ahead. Take these three steps to ensure your whole family makes the grade.
Volunteering at your child’s preschool is a wonderful way to support her learning. When parents and teachers act as a team, everyone benefits.
Get a grip on grammar so you can help your child parse the parts of speech.
Help your child develop the skills for coping with life's difficult times.
Find out the skills your child should have by the end of the year while preparing for 4th grade.
Learn about the rapid developmental growth that occurs in a baby’s first year, especially, children’s thinking abilities, or cognition.
Discover what your child will learn in 3rd grade reading, writing, math, and more.
Check this list of back-to-school essentials to make sure your young learner to prepared for class.
Starting the school year doesn't have to be a hassle. Use these ideas for a smooth September.