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  • Blend fun with learning using these creative sites and apps with your kids. Blend fun with learning using these creative sites and apps with your kids. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholast...

  • If your child has taken a shine to something on the screen based on a book, encourage reading time by making that book available at home. Be on the lookout for ways to turn screen-time back to book-time. Amy Kraft Blogs Scho...

  • See several strategies that students as young as first or second graders could be using to add two numbers. See several strategies that students as young as first or second graders could be using to add two numbers. Jennifer...

  • Help your children practice spelling, create games, learn vocabulary, and more with these learning apps and websites. Help your children practice spelling, create games, learn vocabulary, and more with these learning apps an...

  • Instead of leaning on the librarians, show your kids how to use the library computers to search for great books hiding in the shelves. Teach your kids how to find the books they really want at the library. Amy Mascott Blogs...

  • Here are some tips on how to design and set up a mini maker space made just for your kids. Here are some tips on how to design and set up a mini maker space made just for your kids. Christian Tsu-Raun Blogs Scholastic Parent...

  • Read and learn about the great leaders of our nation. School’s out—so take a few minutes to read about our leaders this President’s Day! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader...

  • A lot goes into running a small business. Read and learn! Follow some successful entrepreneurs in their journey toward success or read stories about children who made their dreams of running a business a reality. Amy Mascott...

  • These websites can be used to help make your child's summer learning more interactive and exciting while still focusing on reviewing specific concepts. These websites can be used to help make your child's summer le...

  • Discover the ways that screens can actually contribute to kids becoming readers. Discover the ways that screens can actually contribute to kids becoming readers. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolki...

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