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  • 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...

  • Let's do all we can to help kids access books that will engage their hearts, their minds, and quite often their funny bones. Let's do all we can to help kids access books that will engage their hearts, their minds,...

  • Here are some easy ways to reinforce education and physical activity in your child's daily routine that can be implemented right away. Here are some easy ways to make exercise and education part of your child's rou...

  • There are lots of websites we can add to our parenting toolkit to help our children love to read. There are lots of websites we can add to our parenting toolkit to help our children love to read. Susan Stephenson Blogs Schol...

  • Find out how to enjoy some nature with your kids, and make a little jewelry to boot! Enjoy the outdoors while teaching your kids how to assemble a mosaic of natural beauty on their wrists. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Paren...

  • Find out how to keep your kids learning using your phone’s built-in features. No apps required! Who knew your phone could teach your kids so much with just its regular features? Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Rai...

  • Your child will love these coloring books — and your inner child will delight in them as well. Coloring isn't just for your kids! See why and get in on the action with this fun, diverse selection. Allison McDonald Blogs...

  • Learn 10 simple tips to keep reading a priority in your house. Don’t let your family fall into the reading doldrums. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader 04082013-10 ways re...

  • The holiday isn't complete without a stocking stuffed with rockstar reading material! Make room for books and reading in kids' stockings this year! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Pa...

  • Creating board games involves kids in researching, reading, creative thinking, logical thinking, and experimenting. Creating board games involves kids in researching, reading, creative thinking, logical thinking, and experim...

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