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.
Popsicle sticks and pipe cleaners spell out musical grammar for first- and second-graders.
When you use glasses of water as musical instruments, your child learns about pitch.
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.
Knowing what to expect as your child grows can reassure you that your child is on track with his peers or alert you to potential concerns. Below are some milestones to watch for your 5-year-old.
Take a peek inside a first-grade classroom with a rich language arts program.
These guilt-free video games, software, and phone apps allow kids to indulge their gaming habits while pumping up their math muscles.
In fourth grade, children read across subject areas, thereby building more complex research and analytical skills.
Here's a clever and tasty way to review fractions with your child.
Try this tasty and fun way to practice addition.