From jumping to throwing to catching, kindergartners work on a range of movements.
Third graders learn the names of various computer parts and how to use a mouse to maneuver items on the screen.
Fourth graders may do Internet research and use various types of software to complete activities that build on their classroom learning.
By the end of fifth grade, your child should demonstrate advanced keyboarding skills to edit her work.
First graders learn about the value of teamwork through group fun like dancing and playing tag.
By putting a creative spin on games, second graders exercise their bodies (and imaginations).
Keep tabs on what kids should be learning in reading, from kindergarten through fifth grade.
A bestselling author offers five techniques to blast through resistance and teach kids to write.
Easy ways to improve your child's math skills.
State tests hold schools accountable for results, but they don't tell the whole story about a school.