If your scientist is mad for magnets, let him explore a few fun facts about magnetism with this physics page!
Got the pre-writing blues? Try this simple five-finger technique to help your second grader develop a sequenced plan for her early compositions.
Here's a fun book-making project that will help your child learn to abbreviate and provide an opportunity for her to exercise her artistic abilities.
In this writing activity, let your child reflect on the past and practice his writing skills and word usage as he creates an "I Used to, Now I" poem.
Encourage your child to create a tribute to their past, and explore future dreams and goals with this narrative assemblage.
Give your child's grammar a boost with this 2nd grade reading worksheet that offers practice in separating nouns from other parts of speech.
Learning homophones helps kids build vocabulary, comprehension, and spelling skills. Our homophones worksheet helps kids learn words like "sail" and "sale."
Here are some radical robots that need your help. Their sentences are completely scrambled! Can your child make these silly sentences make sense?
Knowing the difference between a question and a statement can even trip up adults!
Kids read a story about a puppy, then finish it by writing what they think will happen next.