Welcome to kindergarten! Now that you're starting school, we have everything you need to know about helping your child succeed from expectations to discipline to nurturing a lifelong learner.
More and more parents are waiting an extra year to enroll their child in kindergarten. Is a late start a smarter start?
A new study has found a link between screen time and kids' fundamental school-readiness skills in math, letters and words, and cognitive and social-emotional competencies.
Parent involvement is an important element for success in a dual-language program. We have some tips on ways you can help your child.
Banish first-day jitters for your child and for yourself!
I can choose whether to send my daughter to kindergarten or hold her back a year. But I wish I didn't have to.
Help your child get used to riding to and from school without you.
Self-regulation is crucial to helping kids get an early jump on education, so the kids who develop later are already behind.
Mom blogger Deva Dalporto takes on the importance of drivers stopping for school buses in a video parodying "Bust a Move."
You're so grateful that the Parent Teacher Association makes everything run smoothly at your child's school--and you're even more thrilled they're obviously doing just fine without you. Here's 10 clear signs you might be a PTA drop-out.
Delaying entry for kindergarten is common--and controversial. But it was the right decision for our family.
These days, kindergarten has more of an academic focus than it did in the past. Your little learner will be reading, writing, and learning basic math, while still having time for fun during her school year in kindergarten.
Rosie and Ruby's mom says sometimes she forgets her girls were ever conjoined.
Fisher-Price's heartwarming video shows real kids learning about the world through play.
What a sweet tradition: 19 girls in one family have worn this adorable, handmade dress on their first day of school.
Where does the time go? Our kids are growing up right before our eyes.