Encouraging your child to develop their mental muscle for math can help build solid foundations for later learning in critical thinking and creativity.
Most children are interested in math as it exists in the world around them. Here's how parents can use that excitement in their everyday routines (and you don't need to be a math wiz!).
It’s never too early to start teaching your kids about how to be financially savvy.
The ability to face a challenge and come up with effective solutions is an important skill. Here’s how to support your child’s problem-solving ability.
Combine two things that every kid loves, shapes and robots, to make this cute shapes robot craft.
For an incredibly simple card game, War has much to teach children.
This activity brings together counting and number recognition for a quick stroll— on the number line! When your child is ready, try a more advanced version to practice finding place values.