Time for your teen to take a personality test!
No, it’s not because of all the attitude and eye rolling. These free tests can get high school students thinking about careers they'll be inspired to work hard for.
Parent help on school projects: where to draw the line
They're supposed to be done by the kids. But all parents help, don't they?
Classic 8th grade books
These are tales you'll remember — and may want to re-read now that your child is ready for them — with characters and story lines that stick with you forever.
Classic 7th grade books
Remember what an outlet reading could be at this age? These great reads explore mature themes, tell it like it was, and thrill with escapist adventures.
Classic 6th grade books
Remember how much you loved the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, Ponyboy Curtis, Hazel, and others? Now it's your 12-year-old's turn! Classic books to share with your child.
Classic 5th grade books
Characters you laughed with, cried with, and learned from as a child — like Milo, Pippi, and The Giver — are ready to inspire your child, too.
When teens lie (because they all do!)
Teenage lying is nearly universal — and developmentally appropriate. So how can you build a trusting relationship with your adolescent child?
Inside the high schooler's brain
What insights can neuroscience offer parents about the mind of a high schooler?
Inside the fifth grader's brain
What insights can neuroscience offer parents about the mind of a fifth grader?