Prepare your child for success by setting consistent, realistic expectations.
Chef Carlin Greenstein talks alternative lunch menus for kids with food allergies.
Quick and healthy recipes for your child to take to school.
Kids who ask questions in class do better in school than those who don’t.
By putting a creative spin on games, second graders exercise their bodies (and imaginations).
Expert tricks to improve your Kindergartner through 5th grader’s reading.
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.
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 in your seven-year-old.
How you can help at home: Cooking with your child helps build skills in reading directions and measurement.
GreatSchools members share stories about the first signs and symptoms of their children's reading issues.