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.
As second graders become more adept at reading, they begin to tackle short chapter books and basic research projects.
In third grade, students shift their focus from learning to read to reading to learn.
Can a new classroom design help kids keep fit while learning?
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.
From body systems to solar systems, find out which scientific concepts middle schoolers are expected to master.
Science for life: Students in high school traverse the college track
Students get a glimpse of history, geography, and culture by studying our country's traditions.