First graders build skills by working individually and in small guided groups, as well as listening to stories and singing songs with the whole class.
Try this tasty and fun activity to practice multiplication with your third-grader.
Learn about the protections offered by special education law.
How you can help at home: Have your child explore probability with socks.
Third grade is a turning point for your budding reader, who will spend less time on skills and more time working to understand the meaning of the text.
Students get a taste of political science as they learn the three branches of government.
How the world works: Kindergartners learn about countries and time.
How you can help at home: This easy-to-make noisemaker reinforces the science skills of observation.
Your child can practice valuable skills and you can make a memorable gift when you create a family cookbook together.
Putting together a family tree is a great educational activity that uses math, writing, research and history skills.