GreatSchools members share stories about the first signs and symptoms of their children's reading issues.
Kids of all ages and abilities can enjoy corresponding with a pen pal. Find out how to get started.
How you can help at home: Have your child make a personalized puzzle to help her spell her name.
Try these simple strategies to help your preschooler give and take cheerfully.
When your child starts preschool, she may experience separation anxiety and regressive behavior. Child psychiatrist Joshua Sparrow explains what you can expect.
How you can help at home: Shoes designed to move help kids develop coordination, which is crucial to development.
How you can help at home: Have your child find living things and nonliving objects.
Knowing what to expect as your child grows can reassure you that your child is on track with his peers or alert you to potential concerns. Below are some milestones to watch for your 3-year-old.
How you can help at home: Describe an object and have your child guess what it is.
How you can help at home: In this preschool activity your child learns about families, draws a picture of her family and then tells about someone in the picture.