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Getting ready for fourth grade?  A comprehensive look at what parents can expect this year.
Fourth grade writing brings about a lot of new ideas. Know where your child should be in writing before and after fourth grade.
Getting reading for third grade?  What parents can expect this year.
Here's a parenting guide to teaching your fourth grader the basic fundamentals of etiquette.
These checklists will help you know where your child should be at the beginning and end of fourth grade social studies.
Parents begin nurturing their children's self-esteem at birth, and it ebbs and flows over time. Still, fifth grade is a great stage to focus on self-esteem.
Suddenly you're the parent of a fifth grader.  Here's what to expect from the curriculum.
An expert guide to the mental development of fourth graders.
Children don't come with an instruction manual, but now their grades in school do!  Expert advice on understanding your child at every stage of development.
Wondering about your child's eighth grade curriculum?  Here's what to expect from her social studies classes.
Expert parenting advice on how to help your fourth or fifth grader navigate his first independent school project.
When your child is in upper grade school you must actively help him learn how to tell what's safe.  This is not a time to hover or just hope for the best.
It's an age-old tactic: want to get your kid to try hard in school? Pay for grades! Lots of families have tried it, but does it really work?
Is your seventh or eighth grader engaged in an ongoing battle with the written word?  Here's what you can do to help.
Sixth grade is a huge jump in child development. Here's a great educational resource to help kids stay on top of their work.
Practicing math facts this summer? Take some tips from the pros to make the process both fun and effective.
Learn what behavioral milestones to look for as your kid gets ready to move up to the next grade level.
Social Emotional Learning is a new trend in whole child education that's gaining traction. Here's what you need to know about Social Emotional Learning.
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