Report Cards and Your Child
Report cards and progress reports may make kids sweat, but they're an excellent opportunity for you to praise your child for work well done, and they can help you identify problem areas to work on in the future. Here's everything you need to know about report cards and how to make the most of them.
Getting Back on Track
Learn how to get your child back on track and headed for success while getting the most of his report card.
Get Crafty with Homework!
Whatever topic it was that made your teen want to put her thinking cap on, this activity helps her celebrate her favorite subject with a twist-on-a-classic yearbook.
Does your child have a hard time keeping track of her notebooks? Here's an project that has your child upcycling empty cereal boxes to create a handy, one-of-a-kind notebook ...
Here's a quick and easy project that ensures your child won't forget his assignments--or his place in the reading. Have your child create a homework helper bookmark!
Help your child get organized for the school year ahead and establish some important skills that will help him for years to come!
Help your child get ready for back to school with this fun fifth grade activity, which will get him in the groove to start studying and set the school year off right!
This school year, have your child decorate his very own clip board and watch him do his homework in style!
For kids who prefer to do homework flopped on a rug, this practical caddy can make all the difference!
Make sure your third grader can navigate the complex process of loading a backpack for school--and find everything he needs in it when he's home. Small steps now bring big ...
To help your child turn a critical eye to his own school performance, and motivate him to take responsibility for tackling his academic challenges, make a progress portfolio!
Here's a quick, engaging and fun game you can play around the dinner table to review several different school subjects.
If your child is still writing too much in his class notes, help him out with this fun activity. Challenge your child to a word count war, and get in a screening of his ...
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