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  • Try this fun way to work on letter sounds and keep lunches fresh and fun all year long. Try this fun way to work on letter sounds and keep lunches fresh and fun all year long. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

  • Invite your child to celebrate his grandmother and everything that makes her special. Invite your child to celebrate his grandmother and everything that makes her special. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a R...

  • Enjoy this silly and fun Mother's Day activity that also helps your child practice literacy skills. Enjoy this silly and fun Mother's Day activity that also helps your child practice literacy skills. Jodie Rodrigue...

  • Help your child learn about a grandparent while practicing writing and listening skills. Help your child learn about a grandparent while practicing writing and listening skills. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Rai...

  • Leaves, sweaters, and pumpkins — there's so much to love about fall! Have your child write a silly autumn-themed story with this free printable. Leaves, sweaters, and pumpkins — there's so much to love about fall!...

  • Get excited for autumn with this free printable word search. Get excited for autumn with this free printable word search. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader fall-word...

  • Campfires are good for more than s'mores. Try out these family-friendly storytelling ideas and literacy-builders on your next camping trip. Campfires are good for more than s'mores! Try out these family-friendly st...

  • Stop the summer brain drain before it starts with simple tips to keep your kids' skills sharp. Stop the summer brain drain before it starts with simple tips to keep your kids' skills sharp. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Sc...

  • Learning and playing so often go hand in hand for preschoolers. Here are some ways to sneak in fine motor skills practice during your outside playtime. Learning and playing so often go hand in hand for preschoolers. Here are...

  • From strings to brass, singing to performing, your music-loving 5- to 8-year-old will love these titles. If your child loves music, then these titles for 5- to 8-year-olds will hit the high notes. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholasti...

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