Schoolwork

Reading: Introduction 1

Years of research show clearly that children are more likely to succeed in learning when their families actively support them. When you and other family members read with your children, help them with homework, talk with their teachers, and participate in school or other learning activities, you give your children a tremendous advantage.

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Children’s Reading Magazines

Children’s Magazines

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Basics: Geography: An Important Tool for Learning and Understanding History

Geography affects history: just look at the dramatic changes in world geography over recent years. Governments change, and new countries are born. Many countries no longer have the same names they did even five years ago. Climate changes bring about events such as droughts and floods that cause massive loss of life and migrations of […]

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Finding the Right Activity for Your Child

Different children have different interests and will respond differently to science activities. A sand and rock collection that was a big hit with an 8-year-old daughter may not be a big hit with a 6-year-old son.

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Math Resources: Books for Children, Grades 3-5

Grades 3-5

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Introduction to Science

Why is the sky blue?Why do things fall to the ground?How do seeds grow?What makes the sound and music?Where do mountains come from? Young children ask their parents hundreds of questions like these. In search of answers, we use science to both enlighten and delight. Being “scientific” involves being curious, observing, asking how things happen […]

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