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An expert guide to the mental development of second graders.
Every child learns differently.  If your child loves jokes, constantly sings or hums, and is louder than other kids, chances are she's an auditory learner.
Do learning styles such as kinesthetic, auditory, and visual really exist? Find out what the learning style debate is all about.
What is my learning style? For teens, finding the answer is the key to memorizing the quadratic formula and other important concepts in school.
Boys are falling behind girls in school performance. What's behind the boy crisis, and how can parents and teachers help?
Playing might seem to have little to do with the academic knowledge that children will need to succeed in kindergarten. So why is it so important in preschool?
Here's a cheat sheet on where your child's writing skills should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
Here's a cheat sheet on what your child's social studies curriculum should be at the beginning and end of third grade.
Here are some practical parenting tips for how to help your kinesthetic learner.
An expert guide to the mental development of fourth graders.
At first glance, grade retention may look like old-fashioned common sense: Fail the year? Just do it over!
Tests and homework are generic -- so what does that mean for your kid's individual needs? Give him an educational boost with a personalized education.
Experts agree that even before your child learns to read the hands on a clock, he should have a basic understanding of time and how we measure it.
Here's a quick review of some of the best rhyming games for toddlers, as well as the important skills your child will learn as she plays.
Learn how easy it can be to let your kid have all the fun and educational value of writing and performing plays.
Pretend play is an essential part of a young child's development. Pick up the props and toys on this list to spark some great pretend play ideas.
For an increasing number of children, play just isn't taking place, and the consequences for child development may be severe.
Why can kids seem happy one moment, then fall apart the next? We've got the tips you need to raise a well-balanced child.
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