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Get tips for helping your child develop problem-solving skills.
Expert advice from a school psychologist on how parents can better understand their first grader.
Invented spelling is an important stage in learning to write. Here's a list of dos and don'ts that will help your child with spelling.
Whether it's on the playground or when adult backs are turned, a first grader's peer relationships can tell a lot about what is, and isn't, on their minds.
Kindergarten has been great...but now that June's here, First Grade is just around the corner.  Are you ready?  Read this for facts and tips.
In first grade, children master many new mathematical concepts. Here are some ways to help them practice at home.
Here's a parenting guide to teaching your first grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
For many parents, 7 is a lucky number.  At the ripe old age of 7, many kids go through a major transformation.  A guide to understanding why.
Poor performance in language arts is not necessarily a life sentence, but it can feel that way to a first grader.  Here's what parents can do to help.
An expert parenting guide to understanding your first grader's speech development.
Examines how the use of technology can enhance childrenâs cognitive and social development. Includes a list of grade-suitable technology standards.
A list of easy reading fiction books for a fourth grade student. These books may be written on a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade level but are at interest levels
Find a list of titles that are appropriate for first grade in which the reader relies on high-frequency words, pictures and repeated elements.
If you've got a picky eater, you probably count on vitamin supplements to make up the nutrition difference. But what if those kids' vitamins were doing more harm than good?
In first grade, your child will continue to learn and grow. What do the normal developmental milestones look like? Use this guide to track your childâs
A phonogram is a letter or group of letters that represent a single sound. Beginning readers often read and write words using each phonogram.
The first unit of language of which young readers need to be aware is the word. This awareness normally develops in kindergarten or early first grade.
Find a list of nonfiction books that are appropriate for the student who is reading at a beginning of first grade level.
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