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  • Chances are you haven't considered getting your kids to write in any of our 5 ways. Sometimes, it's where you practice that makes all the difference! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic...

  • Add some animals into your life with this cool, colorful art activity. In this creative art project, your kids will create colorful hanging artwork using stamps, paint (and just about anything else they want!). Diana MacKenz...

  • What will your child read next? Check out these titles, which include must-read picks for preschoolers, elementary-aged children, and middle schoolers. What will your child read next? Check out these titles, which include mu...

  • Don't miss this list of books that open your child's eyes to different worlds and experiences. Check out our curated list from Scholastic librarian Deimosa Webber-Bey, beginning with books for your toddler all the...

  • Here are some behavior skills to begin working on with your preschooler. Here are some behavior skills to begin working on with your preschooler. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parent...

  • These ideas will help you build your children's confidence so that they will approach learning to read with joy, and without fear or anxiety. These ideas will help you build your children's confidence so that they...

  • Help your child go on a geometric shape-search with this fun printable. Help your child go on a geometric shape-search with this fun printable. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents...

  • Try these creative ways to help your child learn to read and write his letters. Try these creative ways to help your child learn to read and write his letters. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Sch...

  • Get your child learning while playing in the sand, whether at the beach, playground, or in your own backyard. Get your child learning while playing in the sand, whether at the beach, playground, or in your own backyard. Jodi...

  • A child's ability to interact with an app should be an important part of your decision. A child's ability to interact with an app should be an important part of your decision. Gail Lovely Gayle Berthiaume Blogs Sch...

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