Noisy 1st grade classrooms reflect the enthusiasm of sunny 6s, who are eager to learn and please.
Playing and reading with your child is a perfect way to spend time together — and build abstract thinking skills at the same time.
Teamwork between parents and teachers is essential to get your child ready to read.
Discover five ways parents can help preschoolers develop problem-solving abilities.
Refresh your memory on the branch of science that deals with the wonders of life.
Use books and stories to share values with a young child.
Family traditions are not just for home. Learning to appreciate differences is an important part of the school experience.
Get a sense of your child's life at school by asking questions that elicit more than a one-word response.
Try these tips to build language skills in ways that hardly seem like reading.
Between 3rd and 5th grades, many kids become less interested in reading for fun. To keep your child interested, try these everyday ways to encourage a positive and fun attitude toward language.