How I Got Ready for Middle School
Middle schoolers are officially in the realm of the "young adult." Though your child does think mostly like an adult, there will be exceptions. What are they?
To help your child turn a critical eye to his own school performance, and motivate him to take responsibility, make a progress portfolio!
We've searched high and low for new titles to entice even the most reluctant of middle school readers. Here are our list of favorites:
How to communicate with your middle school aged child. What tweens think about and how it's best to speak to them.
Wondering about your child's sixth grade curriculum? Here's what to expect from his social studies classes.
Sixth grade is a huge jump in child development. Here's a great educational resource to help kids stay on top of their work.
What can parents expect from a sixth grade math curriculum? Here's how parents can guide their child through this year.
English Language Arts becomes especially important in middle school. Here's what happens in reading, writing, and vocabulary in English class.
We might as well admit it: by the time your kid hits middle school, textbook reading just isn't as "fun" as it used to be.