Seven fun ways to work math into your kids' everyday routine.
An art historian talks about how to get the most out of museums.
Learn how to use signs and labels to help your child practice reading.
Give kids some detective work and watch their brains grow.
Want to keep your child's brain actively engaged while school's out? These reading, math, science, and art activities are the perfect combo of fun and learning.
Keep your first-, second-, or third-grader sharp this summer with fun brain boosters.
Children can learn and have fun at the same time when reading non fiction books. Teach your child nonfiction reading strategies so he can build his reading skills and become a better reader.
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Help first- and second-graders celebrate the holidays (and learn about the spice wars!) with delicious-smelling decorations.