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  • Most children know about Martin Luther King, Jr., but these books will add to their knowledge and help them better understand and appreciate this leader. Most children know about Martin Luther King, Jr., but these books will...

  • P.I.C.K. will help your child learn how to determine whether a book is the best for his abilities or whether it's not a good fit. Choosing the best book can be easy when kids have a little bit of support. Amy Mascott Bl...

  • Add these fun rhyming reads to your bedtime repertoire (and find out what skills they give your child as well). Nursery rhymes are fun to say and hear, and also build an important literacy connection. Allison McDonald Blogs...

  • Help your kids to really engage with literature so that reading becomes not just a habit, but also a lifetime source of enjoyment. Help your kids to really engage with literature so that reading becomes not just a habit, but...

  • Let loose and have fun while teaching important pre-reading skills. Let loose and have fun while teaching important pre-reading skills. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Re...

  • Boost your child's comprehension of nonfiction books with this dynamic activity. Have your child retell the story after reading to help boost comprehension. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scho...

  • Find out how easy it is to practice words with your young readers with this homemade game. No expert crafting is necessary to make this fun, educational game for your young reader. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

  • 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...

  • Talk about characters in the story while making connections between letters and sounds. All you need is a pencil and paper for this fun and unique way of talking about characters. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

  • 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...

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