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.
These fun apps will reinforce basic arithmetic concepts and spark a love for learning math.
Does your child act drastically different at school than he does at home? Here's how to get your teacher's pet to keep up his angelic behavior around you.
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+!
The hottest trend in grade-school teaching: grouping kids based on ability. Here, experts weigh in on why this approach is working.
Create an irresistible retreat with our no-sew canopy made from a bed sheet and a quilting hoop.
Children's librarians and families selected their fave titles from the thousands published this year. Put these on your gift list!
By taking a playful, pressure-free approach, you'll help your child enjoy books on his own in practically no time.
Some adults still don't know what they want to be when they grow up but these kids sure have it figured out!
Although homework can be a big pain, there are so many things to love about school.
Get your child to fall in love with reading at an early age.
These fun finds and simple fix-ups will help you stream line morning routines, cutback on homework stress, and turn your house into a launchpad for outstanding achievements.
You may be wondering what to expect of the new school year. Here's back-to-school advice for grades K to 5 from moms who've been there.
More and more parents are waiting an extra year to enroll their child in kindergarten. Is a late start a smarter start?
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.
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.
Even if you're not ready for your child's first day of school, you can ensure that she'll be ready with all the supplies she'll need to play, learn, and enjoy in class.
Who's really in the know on what makes a successful school year? Kids! We asked them to share insider insights with their peers. And we've got A+ advice for parents on how to navigate the sticky subjects of education today.
Jarrett Kroscozka, author and illustrator of the popular Lunch Lady and Platypus Police Squad series, shares his tips for encouraging a love of reading in kids.
A new study says tutoring can reduce math anxiety by altering the fear circuits in kids' brains.