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  • With the help of these books, you can help with reading, turn your kitchen into a science lab, and do crafts with your kids. With the help of these books, you can help with reading, turn your kitchen into a science lab, and...

  • If you’re intimidated by science, technology, engineering, and math, here are three activities to encourage your daughter to learn about these subjects. 3 ways to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math togeth...

  • This fun kid-friendly science and art project is a great way to teach your children about paper. This fun kid-friendly science and art project is a great way to teach your children about paper. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic...

  • In this super fun science experiment, your kids will find out how no two fingerprints are alike. In this simple activity, kids discover quite a few fascinating facts about fingerprints, and what function they play in their l...

  • Is the weather outside frightful? Take advantage of fresh drifts of snow with this sweet, cold-weather activity. Is the weather outside frightful? Take advantage of fresh drifts of snow with this sweet, cold-weather activity...

  • With just a some simple stitch work, your child can transform regular knit gloves into ones that work with touch screens. With just a some simple stitch work, your child can transform regular knit gloves into ones that work...

  • Kids always want to help out with science projects. Teach your child about a real “helping hand.” Read this "interview" together. Kids always want to help out with science projects. Teach your child about a real “h...

  • Makeup, anyone? Help your kids learn some cosmetic how-to in this DIY science activity. Help your kids learn the science behind how beauty products are made and preserved in this easy, hands-on activity. Liz Heinecke Blogs S...

  • Your young scientist will love discovering how yeast grows and creates bread in this fun experiment. Your young scientist will love discovering how yeast grows and creates bread in this fun experiment. Liz Heinecke Blogs Sch...

  • Let your kids channel their inner Leonardo de Vinci by painting frescoes with a homemade goo. Create homemade goo to make beautiful-painting-inspired frescoes. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scho...

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