You are your child's first - and most influential - teacher. Learn how giving your preschooler daily opportunities to practice emerging reading skills will help her thrive!
In this article, teachers describe how they reach struggling readers. Here are just a few of the ways they inspire kids to learn to read and learn to love reading.
These common sense approaches can help reduce anxiety and improve test performance in kids with learning disabilities.
Learn about auditory learning and see if your child exhibits this learning style.
Spelling instruction at your child's school may look different from what you remember of your school days. Here's a guide to what you might see and why things have changed.
Follow these suggestions to encourage your child's budding writing skills.
Writing goes from zero to 60 in kindergarten, from tracing the ABCs and culminating in higher level thinking skills like forming, organizing, and expressing complete thoughts.
From high-frequency words to full paragraphs with introductions, details, and conclusions, first graders learn how to organize and present their thoughts in writing.
Your second grader’s vocabulary and word sense are blossoming – and just in time, as writing projects this year require more detail and nuance.
Help your child succeed in learning through early intervention.