These high-tech tools can help students develop their academic skills.
These fun activities can help keep kids’ math and language arts skills sharp during the summer break.
Celebrate that extra day every four years in February—the 29th—with your kids, using some of these fun and educational activities.
How parents can promote learning outside of school.
Whether it’s keeping track of school assignments, remembering your kids’ allowances, or avoiding doubles on the grocery list, new software applications abound.
Reinforce your child’s classroom learning with these simple grade-level activities you can do together.
How about taking the whole family on a scavenger hunt, except one that’s held outdoors and uses high-tech navigation? Learn about this latest outdoor craze that even little ones can enjoy.
Parents can add humor—and math and history learning—to this task, which is one that most children initially resist.
To encourage curiosity and a passion for learning in your child, discuss things you’re interested in, show her real-world examples, and don’t forget to take her lead.
Children learn a wealth of skills by planning the family vacation. It’s a lot of fun, and not as risky as you might think.
Yes, learning and summer fun can coexist. Use these tips to help your child get the most out of summer.
Use these simple ideas to reinforce learning at home and develop your child’s academic skills.
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