Fact: boys don't read as much as girls. This reading gender gap is affecting boys' performance in high school and beyond.
Second graders learn strategies to decode unfamiliar words and figure out their meanings.
Second graders study the states of matter and how they transform through heating and cooling.
Second graders dive into history by reading biographies of U.S. leaders and luminaries.
Second graders explore color and learn about the elements and meaning in art.
Laying a strong foundation: First graders learn about money, time, and measurements -- and that's not all.
Building on the basics, second graders should be able to add, count, write whole numbers up to 1,000, and much more.
In third grade, students shift their focus from learning to read to reading to learn.
Fifth graders get an up-close view of animal and plant life by examining the structure of cells.
Fourth graders study electrical circuits as well as the properties of conductors and insulators.