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In elementary school, your child experiences many changes, including shifting friendships, a stronger sense of their own beliefs, and more rigorous academics.
Math doesn't have to end at school. There are fun, engaging ways to promote math at home.
Developing social and emotional skills in kids ages 8-11 is important for your child's well-being.
Dairy products offer many nutrients your gowing child needs. Sticking to low-fat and nonfat dairy options after age 2 is recommended to keep your child's fat intake down.
Here are some helpful books to help elementary school students learn more about empathy, self-esteem, diversity and other social and emotional qualities.
Understanding the concepts your children are learning in school can help you support them at home. Find ways to support them throughout elementary school.
Math is a challenging subject for many students, but it doesn’t have to be. Discover practical uses for math, fun study strategies and more to improve your child’s math skills.
There are lots of creative ways to improve your child's reading and writing skills. Dig into these helpful strategies below.
Research shows that those with higher social-emotional skills have better attention skills and fewer learning problems, and are generally more successful in academic and workplace settings. Like any math or English, these skills can be taught and grow over time.
Self-awareness is knowing your emotions, strengths and challenges, and how your emotions affect your behavior and decisions.
Self-management is controlling emotions and the behaviors they spark in order to overcome challenges and pursue goals.
Social awareness is understanding and respecting the perspectives of others, and applying this knowledge to social interactions with people from diverse backgrounds.
The ability to interact meaningfully with others and to maintain healthy relationships with diverse individuals and groups contributes to overall success.
Responsible decision-making is the ability to make choices that are good for you and for others. It is also taking into account your wishes and the wishes of others.
Proper nutrition, adequate sleep, and physical activity can all impact academic performance and overall mental and physical wellness.
Motivate your child to establish healthy eating habits by teaching them how they can select the healthier foods including fruits, vegetables, protein and more.
This section has things like benchmarks and videos that will help you track your child’s development and encourage healthy physical activity.