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Why Can't My Child Do Her Homework on Her Own?
From cell phones to laptops, technology tools are becoming standard equipment for many students, raising questions about how they're being used.

Explore the Web
Check out educational Web sites in math, language arts, science, social studies and the arts.

How Do I Manage My Child's Homework?
Su hijo podra recibir tutora gratuita, por lo que usted debera conocer sus derechos y hacer preguntas para recibir todos los beneficios que la ley le otorga.

The case against homework
The founder of Stop Homework argues the unfathomable: that common educational practices are cheating our kids out of a real education.

Summer Activities

From Our Readers: Fun, Low-Cost Summer Activities
Our readers come up with creative ideas for fun, low-cost summer activities.

An Honest Day's Work: Summer Jobs for Youth
A summer job can be a great learning experience.

Ten ways to keep kids reading this summer
Creative ideas for encouraging children to beat the heat and hit the books.

Camp and youth development outcomes
The camp experience offers children a chance to belong, learn, and contribute.

Academic Skills

Should My Eighth-Grader Be Held Back?
Encourage your child to develop skills of observation with this moldy experiment.

Your kindergartner and math
Object lessons: Kindergartners kick-start math with blocks, bottle caps, and dice.

Your Fourth-Grader and the Arts
In a rich art program, your child will learn about visual arts, music, theater and dance.

My Daughter Struggles to Communicate
How you can help at home: Using a microscope can help your child build observation skills, a necessary tool in science.

Book Reviews

All about friends
New schools and new environments can present challenges for making friends, but we value our friends for a reason, and kindergartners will appreciate this list of books, all packed with wisdom on the timeless theme of friendship.

Science and nature books for second-graders
From playful penguins to mighty dinosaurs, there's something to fascinate everyone on this book list. Beyond our recommended critter curriculum, titles on the benefits of recycling and vermicomposting (in which worms do all the good work) will introduce children to the ABCs of environmentalism.

Timeless Reads for Teens
Hopelessly out of touch with the latest books for tweens and teens? Even if you have been following the hot new authors, you'll want to see which books Danielle Marshall and her team at Powell's Books in Portland, Oregon, have selected as noteworthy, recent young adult fiction.

101 books for the college-bound
Sharing one of the classics with your child is an activity you can both treasure.

Local Facts & Resources

Testing in North Carolina: An Overview
A GreatSchools guide to standardized tests

Testing in Kansas: An Overview
A GreatSchools guide to standardized tests

New York City Progress Report Grades: An Overview
New York City Progress Report Grades show how well schools are succeeding at providing a foundation for learning and helping all students make academic progress.

Testing in Michigan: An Overview
A GreatSchools guide to standardized tests

Learning Activities

Activities for Readers, Grades 2-5
Talking, playing and even cooking with your child can help reinforce the reading skills learned in school. Here's how.

It's autumn: Walk in the leaves
A colorful season gives your preschooler a chance to learn about leaves.

Word for word
Do-it-yourself magnetic poetry kits make language come alive.

Beating the winter blahs with fun activities
Here are tips to avoid the all-too-familiar whines of "There's nothing to do!"

Media Matters

Stay Connected! Family Web Sites to the Rescue
Social networking on the Web enables families near and far to keep in touch.

Violence and Aggression: Media Mayhem Affects Kids
By the time kids enter middle school, they will have seen 8,000 murders and 100,000 more acts of violence on broadcast TV alone. And studies show it affects their behavior.

Sound Advice on Managing the Media From Parents' Choice
Tame the media monster at your house with these simple tips.

Guilt-free video games
Sure, you could keep your kid from experiencing the ever meaner, ruder, and bloodier world of video games, but it's so expensive to raise a child on a desert island these days. (A recent report says that 57% of 2- to 12-year-olds play video games.) So a growing number of parents are taking a different approach: seeking out games that don't just eschew gore and antisocial mindlessness, but move toward the creative and civilized. A few years ago, this was a relatively new field. Today a variety of inspired choices exists.

Travel

Travel Health and Safety Tips
Follow these tips to keep your family prepared and healthy on your next trip.

Travel Light: Tips on Packing and Gear
From toiletries to tennis shoes, a packing list for the prepared camper.

Bus and Train Travel With Kids
Following these tips can make a long bus or train ride a fun experience with kids.

Flying With Kids
Flying is never boring with kids.

Extracurricular Activities

Successful Artist With LD and AD/HD Seeks to Inspire Others
Working with paint and clay kept Robert Toth going when repeated school failure threatened his self-esteem. Now a world-class artist, he shares his story in hopes of inspiring others with learning disabilities.

Volunteering 101: How helping others helps your child
Volunteering can help your child prepare for college and a career, as well as build a commitment to helping others.

Henry Winkler's Dyslexic Hero Gives Kids With Learning Difficulties the Last Laugh
Learn how actor Henry Winkler transformed his own unhappy experiences with dyslexia into stories of resilience and hope.

Highly enriched preschoolers: Should tykes take classes?
From singing to soccer, how to incorporate extracurricular activities into a preschool education.







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