Math & Science

Learning to love math and science is important for so many reasons as our world becomes more dependent on technology. Spark imagination, problem solving, logical thinking, and so much more with a strong math and science education. Here's how.

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I’m a Mom and a Scientist: This Is Why Kids Benefits from Doing Experiments at Home

Science offers many benefits to kids. But how can you get them to want to learn about it? Engage them in any of these fun and easy chemistry experiments you can do at home.

New Math: An Explainer for Millennial Parents

If your child's math homework has you scratching your head or groaning, you're not alone. Here's the scoop on the new approach to teaching math.

8 Subtraction Worksheets for First Through Third Graders

Whether your child is a mathematical genius or struggles with numbers, these free printable subtraction worksheets offer some at-home practice. They’re best suited for children in first through third grades.

7 Educational Science Games for Kids

Teach science outside of the classroom with these seven fun games for kids. They’ll improve observational skills while demonstrating key scientific principles.

7 Kindergarten Math Worksheets to Print at Home

In kindergarten, your child will learn about counting, single-digit addition, shape recognition, patterns, measurements, and more. Improve their skills with these seven free printable kindergarten math worksheets.

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11 Addition Worksheets for First Through Third Graders

As your child advances in number learning, you can improve his mathematical skills with at-home practice. These free printable addition worksheets are best suited for children in first through third grades. 

16 Awesome Science Kits for Kid Engineers, Inventors, and Scientists

The best science kits for kids in 2020, from exploding volcanoes and microscopes to crystal growing and terrariums. Shop the science kits on Amazon and Michaels.

Researchers Studied Highly Gifted Kids for 45 Years—Here's What They Found

Intelligence matters, according to a massive longitudinal study that looked at gifted kids over the course of their lifetimes.