Many third graders apply their PE skills to sports and activities outside of school.
Elementary school physical education used to be made up of dodge ball and annual fitness tests. At a number of schools today, it's being reinvented.
Fitness tests measure fourth graders' strength, flexibility, and aerobic abilities.
If you don't talk to your kids about your own values and expectations about sex, the main input they'll get is from the media. Here are some guidelines to help you.
Linking exercise to other lifestyle habits helps fifth graders make the connection between PE and overall health.
Do your school's food and fitness programs make the grade? Give them a checkup and learn how to promote health education with these easy tips.
Eating right and sleeping well will help your child succeed in school.
Instead of offering sugar-packed holiday recipes, we offer a hearty nutritious granola snack or breakfast cereal as an antidote for the trick-or-treaters in your family.
How you can help at home: Cooking with your child helps build skills in reading directions and measurement.
How you can help at home: Shoes designed to move help kids develop coordination, which is crucial to development.