One mother's unvarnished tale of raising a daughter with bipolar disorder.
Sadie was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at age five. In this video she describes what it feels like.
When she learned her child was obese, this mom took action. But it wasn't easy.
It's no mystery that these picks will be great reads for your first grader at home!
A science project your child can eat! Making ice cream teaches kids about measuring and following directions.
From ABCs to early math, we have worksheets to give your child an academic boost.
First graders build skills by working individually and in groups, listening to stories, and singing songs.
Mapping the world: Students get a glimpse of the history, geography, and culture of many nations.
Tech savvy kids: When first graders use technology, they start using a keyboard and mastering computer terms.
Schoolyard games: First graders play games like tag and learn about the value of teamwork.
Painting and drawing and sculpting, oh my! First graders try new art materials and learn art vocabulary.
Tiny dancers: In music class, first graders sing, play instruments, and listen and move to music.
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