The education your child receives will set the groundwork for future successes. No matter his age -- from kindergarten to high school -- we have all the advice and information you need on reaching potential in reading, writing, math, and more.
Learn the stealthy ways a homeschooling mom keeps her kids "accidentally" learning all summer long.
Forget those problem sets! Get your kids psyched about STEM with interactive toys they can make at home. They'll be amazed to see science, technology, engineering, and math in action in a setting that feels nothing like school. Get templates and instructions at familyfunmag.com/printables.
Whether your child is proudly entering kindergarten or a seasoned school vet with a couple of years under her tiny belt, celebrate the first day school by adding one of these fun traditions to her routine. We give them an A+!
Specialty museums are passionate places curated by passionate people. Never content to just show you a bunch of cool stuff, they go deep, with mind-boggling expertise and contagious enthusiasm. Even if you're just a mildly curious family zipping through town, each of these spots is worth the trip.
This easy terrarium shows kids the water cycle in action.
What can compete with texts, Minecraft, and listening to Taylor Swift? These books can.
These fun apps will reinforce basic arithmetic concepts and spark a love for learning math.
What did my son learn by taking care of a fake baby for 24 hours? Parenthood is nonstop (and kind of fun).
A new study finds that when children teach each other math concepts while playing, it helps them better understand their math lessons at school.
Dr. Thom McKenzie explains why it's so important for children to have quality Physical Education in school. Support this issue in your community by sharing this video with your child's teachers, school board members and administrators.
Kids can be bullies. Share these strategies to help your child deal with mean kids.
Even when school's out, books are still in. These titles will keep soon-to-be first- and second-graders entertained on road trips, rainy days, and whenever else they can crack open a chapter.
Kids are born researchers. (Yours have probably asked "why" 14 times already today!) Entertain them and illustrate basic scientific concepts with five easy experiments -- no Ph.D. required.
Once your child enters first and second grade, reinforce basic arithmetic, counting, and measurement skills.
Design a space that works well for schoolwork and keeps your kid on track all year.
Whether you've made the decision to homeschool or you're still considering the option, here are resources to offer help and guidance.
Get your child to fall in love with reading at an early age.
With summer near, it's natural to reflect on all the amazing things your child's teacher did over the year. So how do you actually show how much that means to you? Check out this list of what teachers really want!
The early school years are full of excitement and growth -- and new academic expectations. Find out what skills you can expect your child to master in kindergarten, and how to help your child develop them outside the classroom.
Get ready to have this catchy tune stuck in your head the rest of the day.
Heading back to school? Follow these four tips to help your child cope with school anxiety.
If anyone knows how to raise an academically successful student, it's a teacher. Watch as educational experts share 3 things that can help your kid be a star at school.