Today’s teens spend seven-plus hours a day involved with some type of technology or media—including time when they’re studying or doing homework. A researcher ...
Yes, you can help your child learn math, even if it's not his favorite subject (or yours).
Most kids bring home a bad report card at least once. Here’s how you can help your child get back on track.
Reading about going back to school is a great way to ease the transition. Especially with younger children, as you turn the pages together, you can talk about their ...
The rhyming and imagery of poems can help kids learn language fundamentals.
Some simple strategies and encouragement will benefit students who are struggling in math.
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Parents can add humor—and math and history learning—to this task, which is one that most children initially resist.
Parents can help by encouraging their children to embrace the concept of revision. Through reviewing and revising, kids will soon see their writing improve.
It may be snowy and chilly in most parts of the country during wintertime, but that’s no reason for you and your child to remain indoors.
Celebrate that extra day every four years in February—the 29th—with your kids, using some of these fun and educational activities.
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