What do you need to know about your kid's intellectual development? Here's everything you need to know to understand where his cognitive abilities are and how they are developing.
Children love to ask why -- but you may not always have the answers. We consulted the experts to get smart responses for some common stumpers.
If you're saying, "Focus!" more than usual, read on for creative and constructive ways to increase your kid's attention.
Learning to play an instrument can help your child fine-tune her ear and enhance skills needed for education and social interaction.
Between reading, writing, math, social studies, and science, there's a lot of material for your child to know. Here's how to help him absorb it all.
Chances are, you've been asked these questions too (but hopefully after you've had your morning coffee).
Teaching your child about hours and minutes doesn't have to be a chore. Make learning to tell time more fun with these simple steps.
A mom who has a son with autism tells about the mobile apps that have helped him and other children with autism.
If your kid hasn't mastered the basics of writing -- like letter formation, pencil grip, spelling, or spacing between words -- there's likely no need to worry just yet. Handwriting is a difficult skill and requires a healthy dose of practice. Experts explain how you can help him with his penmanship.
Creativity thrives when kids complain they have nothing to do. Imagine that!
The future global economy may be hard to predict, but we've got a pretty good idea that your kids will be vying for jobs like these.
We already know a concussion can be serious, but now new research suggests the effects can be very long term in nature, especially for younger kids.
Why do boys have nipples? What is snot for? We answer these and six more of your kid's toughest body questions.
Your kid may not be spending as much time doing artwork in kindergarten or first grade, so brush up on how to inspire her after school.
Kids naturally love to scribble, dance, and sing. We'll show you how to nurture that creativity to help your child learn more at every age.
Help your child get the most out of homework assignments with these tips.
How this classic game of strategy makes kids smarter.
Study up on these fun rhymes, acronyms, and other teacher-approved tricks to help your child learn the facts he'll need for class this year.
With a little practice, your kid can conquer stage fright.
Whether your child is starting preschool or third grade, these little strategies can make a huge difference.
You may want to get rid of all those plastic dinosaurs or dirty rocks, but your child's treasure trove has real value.
Children will often feel outdone by their friends and classmates. However, you can bolster your child's confidence with these focus-changing strategies.
Do boys and girls learn better apart than they do together? An increasing number of public-school administrators think so.
What can we learn from other countries about preparing young kids for the future? Plenty. Take an international tour to see how top educational systems help their students excel.
The benefits of travel are countless -- breathtaking landscapes, savory flavors, eye-opening experiences, and tightened family bonds, to name a few. As a parent, it's easy to cultivate a passion for travel in your children. Chart your path by starting with these five steps.