3rd grade books so great, they made a movie
From Frog and Toad to Stellaluna, children will love discussing how their favorite literary characters are represented on the big screen.
2nd grade books so great, they made a movie
Young readers will enjoy discussing how colorful characters like Fantastic Mr. Fox and the magical Nurse Matilda respond to challenges in the books versus the movies.
1st grade books so great, they made a movie
From silly slapstick to not-so-scary monsters, your young reader will delight in seeing these favorite stories come to life on screen.
Preschool books so great, they made a movie
Read and watch your child's favorite characters — from Chrysanthemum to Clifford —and talk about what happens in the story versus the movie to build reading skills.
7th grade books so great, they made a movie
Use these books and movies — spanning genres from epic fantasy to young adult drama — to inspire a smart discussion with your tween reader.
6th grade books so great, they made a movie
Check out these books and movies — featuring adventures with dragons, hobbits, Gobblers, and more — to inspire a fun (and smart) discussion with your tween reader.
Our 5 favorite 3rd grade math worksheets
Give your child some practice in key math skills, including word problems involving time, decimals, symmetry, data and measurement, and geometry.
Academic vocabulary words for second graders
These vocabulary words for second graders will enhance your child's ability to read, comprehend, communicate, and learn.
Academic vocabulary words for 1st graders
Here are the age-appropriate "big" words your first graders should learn this year.
6th graders and writing under the Common Core
In the first year of middle school, kids are expected to write argument papers and compare literary texts.
7th graders sharpen writing skills under Common Core
Teens sharpen their writing skills by crafting argument essays, research reports, and stories.
Preparing your preschooler for writing under Common Core Standards
What are pre-writing skills? Learning letter sounds, listening, speaking, drawing, and scribbling their names are all big parts.
8th grader writing under Common Core Standards
Teens forge their identities through writing — especially as they write opinion papers based on factual evidence, not fiction.
How and why to add math talk into everyday life
Get tips on adding math and number-talk into your everyday life from learning expert Annie Murphy Paul.
8th grade books so great, they made a movie
These compelling reads (and movies) offer up intense characters and coming-of-age dramas for your teen to read, watch, and compare.
Books so good they made a movie — 5th grade
Visit Wonderland, Green Gables, or Coconut Grove — each of these riveting book-movie combos is a ticket to a smart reading discussion with your child.
Hide your math anxiety so your kids don't catch it!
Got math anxiety? Chances are you're passing it on to your kids. But there's hope — here are some do's and don'ts on how to talk to them about math.
4th grade books so great, they made a movie
From Stuart Little to Harriet the precocious spy, children will love discussing how their favorite literary characters are represented on the big screen.
Favorite books for teens
Our panel of book experts recommends these great books for your young adult.