Summer Skill Building
Keep kids' minds active and sharp this summer with games and activities that build on what they know.
The summer offers more time for parents and kids to read books as a team. Check out these resources that can help build family literacy.
This collection of activities can help families take advantage of the many fun, enriching learning opportunities the summertime provides.
You've got the reading lists. You've got the books. But what else can you do to make your children better readers this summer? Our sister site, Reading Rockets, has some answers.
A parent wants to know: Can you recommend any computer games that can help my daughter understand math concepts?
Technology expert Dr. Tracy Gray has some ideas for math games that are tailored to an individual student's learning needs.
Two child therapists and a children's writer teamed up to create this parents' guide to the drama of childhood relationships. They answer questions about whether all kids need a best friend, why cliques form, and more.
Parents who spend time teaching and learning with their kids this summer can keep an eye out for the common characteristics of LD and ADHD.
A parent is asking: Are colleges required to comply with 504 plans?
Special education lawyer Matt Cohen says many people assume that if a student had IEP or Section 504 services in high school that he or she is automatically entitled to the same services in college. But it's more complicated than that.