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  • The transition from elementary school to middle school can be tough for many kids, and diving into one of these relatable reads can help. The transition from elementary school to middle school can be tough for many kids, and...

  • Get kids prepared for media center day so that they don’t bring home the same book every single week. Learn easy ways to get kids thinking about their media center choices before they get there. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic...

  • Since Valentine's Day is a family affair for most parents, have some fun playing and learning with your kids with these activities. Since Valentine's Day is a family affair for most parents, have some fun playing a...

  • Snow days and holidays from school can be a blast for kids and parents alike. Here are some ideas for keeping kids active indoors. Snow days and holidays from school can be a blast for kids and parents alike. Here are some i...

  • The new school year is a great time to implement daily practices to further your child's literacy skills. The new school year is a great time to implement daily practices to further your child's literacy skills. Jo...

  • Start the school year off by being more organized, ready, and happier than ever! Start the school year off by being more organized, ready, and happier than ever! Amy Mascott Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Pare...

  • Get kids reading—and meeting new friends with this spin on an old favorite game! Soothe your child's new-school-year nerves with this fun activity. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents...

  • Grandparents Day is be a good time to sit down with kids and discuss how important and loved their grandparents are. Grandparents Day is be a good time to sit down with kids and discuss how important and loved their grandpar...

  • These books will change the way your child looks at school. We promise. Consider these smart reads for kids who are miserable during the school year. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: R...

  • Reading then writing or writing then reading? Either way works when you pair these 5 activities with great reads! Writing is more fun when kids have great inspiration. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Sch...

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