Video games aren't just for couch potatoes - active gaming gets kids moving.
Help your child get excited about books by creating a personalized book mark or writing a book of her own.
Top tips for keeping your preschooler or kindergartner sharp this summer.
Children learn to read at different ages, but most discover the connection between letters and sounds in kindergarten.
How the world works: Kindergartners learn about countries and time.
Putting together a family tree is a great educational activity that uses math, writing, research and history skills.
Putting the steps of a recipe in a logical order will help prepare your kindergartner for writing stories.
From counting cows to tracking miles, here's a collection of travel games to keep the whole family happy on your next vacation.
How you can help at home: This activity will prepare your young child for learning social studies by building an understanding of family and generations.
Darlene Kenny has been the librarian at San Francisco's Clarendon Elementary School, a California Distinguished School, for 20 years. Darlene recommends these books with inviting illustrations and positive messages.