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  • How do you marry lunch time and literacy-- and keep it fun? Check out 5 ideas you can drop right into your kids’ lunchbox! How do you marry lunch time and literacy-- and keep it fun? Check out 5 ideas you can drop right into...

  • When making New Year's resolutions, try to learn alongside your kids. When making New Year's resolutions, try to learn alongside your kids. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic...

  • Think you got it covered when it comes to reading? Think again. Here are 3 things every parent must know about reading. Reading carries an incredibly heavy weight in a child's education. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Par...

  • Writing down in a list the many things you'd like your child to experience will help make sure that these events actually happen. Who says these have to be for seniors in the twilight of their days? Michael Rhattigan Bl...

  • It's a challenge putting health and nutrition ideas into practice with active, opinion-filled kids. Here are 9 suggestions from experts. 9 strategies for putting health and nutrition practices into place. Michael Rhatti...

  • Here are some ways to include learning activities in your family's summer bucket list. Here are some ways to include learning activities in your family's summer bucket list. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

  • Homemade stamp pads are less expensive than store-bought and allow you to customize their size and use. Homemade stamp pads are less expensive than store-bought and allow you to customize their size and use. Meghan Burch Blo...

  • Before summer reading begins, parents need to know a few things about the books that they hand their kids. Here's a breakdown of middle grade versus Young Adult novels. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Read...

  • Introduce the concept of measurement to your child by collecting natural objects from the park or beach. Introduce the concept of measurement to your child by collecting natural objects from the park or beach. Jennifer Hogan...

  • Use these titles to teach your kids about what's going on in the world. When kids need a bit of a reality check. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader mighty-miss-malone...

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