When we were kids, as soon as we could read and write well enough to string together a sentence, we got a journal.
At some point your child's reading level will be assessed. Here are some follow-up actions to help make this information meaningful.
Studies on homework are revolutionizing the ideas of after-school time. Not all homework is equal.
Could it be that learning to read at a later age could have benefits, both for children now and the adults they become?
Once parents have tallied the first 50 words, they seem less concerned about how their children's vocabulary grows. Here's what comes next.