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  • Still easing into the new school year? These ideas from real parents are sure to help things flow more smoothly-- for you and your child. Still easing into the new school year? These ideas from real parents are sure to help...

  • Signs of sleep-related problems may show up in a number of ways with kids, including daytime sleepiness, inattention, poor concentration, and moodiness. Try these 6 tips for helping kids get the proper amount of sleep. Micha...

  • A Q&A Interview with Nina Fekaris, America's Head School Nurse. A Q&A Interview with Nina Fekaris, America's Head School Nurse. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Pa...

  • Here are some easy ways to reinforce education and physical activity in your child's daily routine that can be implemented right away. Here are some easy ways to make exercise and education part of your child's rou...

  • As more and more research confirms the importance of regular exercise for children, our kids are actually getting less and less. As more and more research confirms the importance of regular exercise for children, our kids ar...

  • Help your kids increase fluency by having them rehearse and read aloud material they already know well. Help your kids increase fluency by having them rehearse and read aloud material they already know well. Susan Stephenson...

  • Compassion is demonstrated by brave characters, risk takers, and those who look out for others. Use these rich, diverse picture books to teach your child important life lessons, like the importance of kindness and compassion...

  • Why parents should value all reading materials. Why parents should value all reading materials. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader more-than-just-novels-allison-mcdon...

  • With the help of social media, today's kids can connect with authors in ways never before imagined. Encourage your children to reach out to the authors they love. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Sch...

  • It's critical for kids to develop proper brain architecture during early childhood. Try these "brain activating" ideas at home with your children. Try these "brain activating" ideas to help your chil...

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