Yes, you can help your child learn math, even if it's not his favorite subject (or yours).
Parents can add humor—and math and history learning—to this task, which is one that most children initially resist.
The “flipped classroom”—where children are taught by watching educational videos at home and then do related “homework” in class—is increasingly popular ...
The older kids are, the more uncomfortable they get if they don’t read well.
Children love to find things, and finding things in the newspaper boosts reading skills.
Many kids don’t have a sense of big numbers or large amounts of money.
Children—and many adults—have a hard time making change or knowing whether they’ve received the correct change back after a purchase. Give your child this much...
Knowing how to write a good paragraph is a key to successful writing.
Until the last hundred years or so, most people never learned to write more than their names.
Your child can learn more about science while reading for pleasure. Many books that middle schoolers might enjoy have scientific themes or content.
There’s plenty to do during the winter months besides sledding, skating, and enjoying hot chocolate. Nature and the outdoors beckon, with much for children to lear...
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