Articles about:

Ten fun ways to keep your child learning this summer

Backyard gardens, puppet theaters, scrapbooks and crafts are some of the ways to keep your children active and their minds working all summer long.

Weather graph

How you can help at home: In this activity your child observes the weather and makes a bar graph.

Tips to develop your child's art savvy

How you can help at home: Try these strategies to develop your child's art skills.

Teaching elementary schoolers persistence

How to help your children stick with it (no matter what).

Is your child on track in science?

From presidents to pundits, everyone's talking about the importance of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). Is your child mastering these essential skills? Find out with our grade-by-grade guide.

Handwriting cues

How you can help at home: Reinforce proper letter formation by writing lists and notes together with your child.

Does our approach to teaching math fail even the smartest kids?

Here’s why the math education your children need is most likely not what their school is teaching.

Putting the "fun" in "fungus"

Encourage your child to develop skills of observation with this moldy experiment.

Create a Scroll

How you can help at home: Learn about an important aspect of Egyptian culture and art by creating your own scroll.

10 books that celebrate diversity for early elementary schoolers

From sharing to competition to historical truth, these stories will inspire first, second, and third graders to dream, practice, and persevere.