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  • Explore these fascinating websites about animals with your child. Explore these fascinating websites about animals with your child. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Lear...

  • What number equals yellow? Wait, colors are colors and numbers are numbers – unless we're talking about your computer screen! Count up some colors in today's Bedtime Math challenge. Laura Overdeck Blogs Scholastic...

  • Have your child maker help you make your own one-string wonder. The diddley bow is easy to make and fun to play! Christian Tsu-Raun Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Didd...

  • Graphing is a great summer project to do with your kids that can involve the whole family and take place over time. Graphing is a great summer project to do with your kids that can involve the whole family and take place ove...

  • What happens when Angry Birds and robots team up? Find out in this fun problem from Bedtime Math! What happens when Angry Birds and robots team up? Find out in this fun problem from Bedtime Math! Laura Overdeck Blogs Scholas...

  • Learn how regrouping strategies help in adding and subtracting larger numbers. Learn how regrouping strategies are used for the addition and subtraction of large numbers. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning...

  • Your Grade K-2 children can practice letter sounds, word building, and sight word recognition with these apps. Your Grade K-2 children can practice letter sounds, word building, and sight word recognition with these apps. Jo...

  • Download these curated apps for your elementary and middle school kids to promote literacy and problem-solving skills. Download these curated apps for your elementary and middle school kids to promote literacy and problem-so...

  • Here's a fun holiday activity: Have kids collect Thanksgiving-themed data (think: light or dark meat?) and then graph it up. Here's a fun holiday activity: Have kids collect Thanksgiving-themed data (think: light o...

  • Use holiday time as an opportunity to share your reading and writing skills with others! Reading and writing as gifts? Absolutely. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Holid...

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