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Get Moving

How You Can Help at Home: Skipping is more than child's play. It's crucial for development. Here's how parents can help.

Your third grader and PE

Many third graders apply their PE skills to sports and activities outside of school.

Clay play

This squishy art project allows kids to get crafty with their ABCs.

Strike up the (kitchen) band!

Banging pots and pans drives home the basics of musical beat for youngsters.

Your kindergartner and music

In music class, kindergartners sing, play instruments, listen and move to music.

Keeping a journal

How You can help at home: Have your child keep a journal and build reading and writing skills.

Tips for helping your child with writing assignments

Written language may be the most difficult form of language expression. For children with LD, it can be a serious challenge. Learn how to support your child in this important subject.

Learn the language of rhythm

Popsicle sticks and pipe cleaners spell out musical grammar for first- and second-graders.

Drink it in

When you use glasses of water as musical instruments, your child learns about pitch.

How to Keep Reading With Your Child

How you can help at home: Support your fourth- or fifth-grader's reading skills by reading aloud, listening to your child read and discussing vocabulary.

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