It's Read Across America Week! Did you know that if you read 15 minutes a day with your child, that's almost 100 hours a year?
Endings, are a great opportunity to teach about new beginnings.My last day with About.com will be February 28, 2014.
When should you worry about your child's skills? Here's some info on development that might help.
What does STEM mean? Do you know why your child is supposed to be learning science, technology, engineering and math?
What terms do you need to know to help your beginning reader? Here's a decoding of some of the jargon!
As kindergarten approaches, there are a few skills that you'll want to make sure your child knows: colors, sorting and her phone number!
Does your child like to play detective and write in code? Making a Scytale Cipher is a great way to keep messages secret and to learn a little history.
Help your child learn to write about characters with the What's His Story? game.
Here are 5 writing games that won't cost you a penny!
Need some help encouraging a reluctant writer? Back away from the paper and start more simply.