As teens continue to flock to sites like MySpace, and the backlash from parents and the media fades, it's time to take a fresh look at social networking.
How you can help at home: Try this fun word-building activity that the whole family can play.
In a world in which the benefits of learning a second language have never been greater, the way languages are taught is changing to meet the growing need.
During the summer of 2000, campers in approximately 20 camps accredited by the American Camp Association shared their insights about summer camp.
Teaching the standards, testing strategies and time management will help your child be prepared for state tests.
GreatSchools' readers share their ideas for inexpensive summer activities that keep children busy and learning all year long.
There are exciting alternatives for middle-schoolers and young high-schoolers who are too old for day camp but too young to be left alone.
Make words out of macaroni to help your beginning reader practice language skills.
Help your child feel confident and perform well in middle school.
Fitness tests measure fourth graders' strength, flexibility, and aerobic abilities.