Even in the world's richest countries, kids might not have what they need to learn at home
A computer, desk and somewhere quiet to work isn't a given for many students. Coronavirus-driven school closures can lead to learning loss and exacerbate inequality - but long-term consequences are not inevitable, says the World Bank.
Learn with Play at Home. Play based learning ideas and activities for kids.
Contest for Kids: Learn More About Home Recycling, Win a Bike!
Help your little ones learn about bathroom recycling with this contest from Scholastic and Johnson & Johnson Consumer Inc.
Healthy Kids Learn Better
Kids who eat healthier and move more perform better in school. Studies show that healthy kids get better grades, attend school more often and behave better i...
What's This 100,000 Challenge You Might Have Heard Of?
Since 2009, ICNA Relief has held Back to School Giveaway events across the United States, giving out close to 100,000 school bags total. This year, we want to distribute 100,000 all in one summer! Each backpack we give contains essential supplies, helping children in lower income communities gear up for school. Education is the passport for success, and the lack of education is linked to many of the problems in our communities today. Donate or learn more here Are you game? Help…
‘Why in the world shouldn’t kids learn this at home? Is it really the school’s job to teach...
A cognitive scientist raises the issue. A Twitter discussion on the purpose of school.
Hungry kids can't learn
We look forward to the celebration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on Monday, 50 years after the start of the War on Poverty that he helped to launch. One key strategy in the War on Poverty has been a commitment to the health and well-being of America’s children, through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP, formerly known as food stamps) This session, Children’s Alliance members are asking state legislators to fulfill a key part of the American promise – basic help…
The future might be female, but these 100 countries have only had male leaders
Hillary Clinton says the future is female, but we've got a long way to go yet: only 62 countries have had women leaders in the past 50 years.
Kids Learn and Play in Colorado
Explore interactive, super fun exhibits that let kids learn and discover on their own terms. See hours, admission, and what’s happening at our museum.
What kids need in order to learn
This week’s celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. coincides with the second week of the state legislative session. That’s an apt coincidence. Because the question legislators are facing – how to make sure that every child has the opportunity of an education – is one that Dr. King would have deemed worthy of considerable thought.
Learn How to Draw People for Kids
You are expecting some guests at home and accordingly busy in the kitchen preparing something special. Somehow your kids are bugging you continuously and not letting you concentrate on your work. There is no way you would like to spoil the under cooked dish but at the same time cannot leave your kids unattended. To engage your …
What he might have become
How Pokémon Go Might Actually Be Helping Kids With Autism
Home - Grow To Learn
Why garden based learning is important for our schools and communities Funding Your Garden Learn about the twice a year Grow to Learn Mini-grants and other funding opportunities to start or expand a garden program at your school Making connections for the classroom, the cafeteria, and beyond What’s going on in the world of NYC school gardening Check out upcoming workshops, school garden tours, and social…
How Many Books You Should Have In Your Home to Turn Your Kid Into a Reader
Scholastic asked over 2,500 families with kids aged 6-17 detailed questions about their reading habits. They found that among the top predictors for “frequent readers” — kids who read for fun most days of the week — are whether the parents are frequent readers, whether the parents read aloud to the kid
Teaching Kids to Learn from Failure
No one wants their kids experience failure, but it's one of the most important life lessons you can teach them. Here's why, and how to teach failure gracefully
Chucking pumpkins helps kids learn
Pumpkins flew across North Pointe Elementary’s schoolyard, to help teach math and science.
Should My Kid Learn to Code?
Written by Maggie Johnson, Director of Education and University Relations, Google Over the last few years, successful marketing campaigns suc...
Helping kids in Uganda learn to read
In East African nation, 43,000 students are benefiting from Perkins International’s teacher training efforts.
Top-ranked suburb might not feel like it
A social worker meeting with a young Eden Prairie student learns there’s no food at home, leading to a connection with and help from PROP – including monthly grocery orders
What Stay-at-Home Dads Teach Our Kids |
Some unexpected lessons come through when a Dad takes the primary role in daily child raising.