GreatSchools members share stories about the first signs and symptoms of their children's reading issues.
How you can help at home: Shoes designed to move help kids develop coordination, which is crucial to development.
How you can help at home: Make a healthy salad out of plant parts.
In this activity your preschooler makes a collage that expresses different emotions.
With a little planning, you can make going back to school simple and stress-free.
How you can help at home: Research the origins of food with your child and build their social studies skills.
A personal timeline shows kids their place in history.
Do-it-yourself magnetic poetry kits make language come alive.
Give your first- or second-grader a beginner's lesson in chemistry with a favorite, frozen childhood treat.
Making bread provides opportunities to measure, question and observe.