Give your child opportunities to make believe — and watch her brain blossom.
Play is one of the main tools children use to learn about the world around them.
Use this guide to learn about the development and books and resources that help the development of your 3- to 5-year-old.
Preschoolers learn about life through mucky, muddy, hands-on play.
Your preschooler is figuring out what things are, why things are, and how things work. Here's what you can do to support this process.
Reading can be improved by making connections with material, building fluency, and understanding meaning. Check out the different ways you can help your child build their reading skills.
Having the freedom to play puts your child on the road to learning success — for life.
Find the answers in our age-by-age guide to child development.
Fun and easy ways to encourage learning through outdoor play.
When your child discovers a new passion, he’s driving toward learning. So hop on for the ride.