These 10 travel and vacation destinations are perfect for fall school breaks, with off-season rates and fewer crowds. In addition, they’re great fun for the whole family!
The more you know about how your child deals with challenges and what's expected of him, the better you'll be able to help him achieve. Start by asking these key questions.
This year, kids will learn to read and will begin to have routine homework assignments.
This year, kids transition from learning to read to reading to learn.
Get your children charged up and ready to learn with these tips.
Students in 3rd grade are meeting higher academic expectations and learning more complex concepts in school.
This year, teachers move past the basics and students are expected to apply what they’re learning.
Get your children ready to perform like heroes in school with these teacher-recommended tips.
Language arts and especially math get harder this year, and students will be expected to manage their time more independently.
Students will be using more sophisticated thinking skills, interpreting and synthesizing the information they’re learning.
Academic concepts continue to get more advanced, and students will really need to use their study skills this year.
Classes get tougher, but students still have time to strengthen academic and organization skills before entering high school.