How you can help at home: Have your child make a mental image of a passage that has been read aloud.
Teach your preschooler where her food comes from and give her a taste for science.
A personal timeline shows kids their place in history.
Use your next family visit to teach the kids about their roots.
Do-it-yourself magnetic poetry kits make language come alive.
Ant detectives get a close-up look at life on the hill.
How you can help at home: Practice beginning mapping skills with your first-grader by mapping your house onto graph paper.
In our busy family lives, it's easy to forget that children need time to do what comes naturally: let their imaginations run wild.
How you can help at home: In this art activity your child creates a still life with crayons and watercolors.
Connecting food with literature is a delicious way to engage your fourth- and fifth-grader's language art skills.