Your first grader’s math under the Common Core Standards
First graders absorb exciting math facts by playing with blocks, measuring objects, and knowing some place values.
Your kindergartner's math under the Common Core Standards
It's the year to learn basic shapes, special words, and a little counting, adding, and subtracting.
Should all kids learn to code?
Coding languages are the backbone of our interconnected world. Here's why your kid needs to understand digital language — no matter what career they pursue.
Inside the tweener's brain
What insights can neuroscience offer parents about the mind of a middle schooler?
Preschooler math — teach them shapes and spatial skills
An understanding of shapes, sizes, and relative places will help your little one in more ways than you might think.
Boost math skills and engage your young child by playing with patterns.
Mathematical learning begins naturally very early in life with patterns — which happen to lead to great ways to engage your child as well as boost early math skills.
Is summer lowering your child's IQ?
Caution: while your kids are having fun in the sun, their brains may be at risk. Learn which summertime mind-melting hazards to avoid and get brain-boosting alternatives.
Dad finds the link between curiosity and intelligence
Curiosity wanes as kids grow up. Here's how parents and teachers can re-ignite the spark.
Gratitude: the cure for entitlement and materialism
10 tips from experts on promoting gratitude in our kids