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  • Make, bake, and erase with these cute mini-erasers! Kick up the fun in your child’s school day with these easy-to-make erasers. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Tool...

  • Reading books and introducing your little one to new words each day helps develop his early reading and literacy skills. Here are 6 activities you can do at home to build preschool-ready language and literacy skills in fun a...

  • Help your kids experiment with cut paper collage and drawing to make your own version of "home." Help your kids experiment with cut paper collage and drawing to make your own version of "home." Diana MacK...

  • Campfires are good for more than s'mores. Try out these family-friendly storytelling ideas and literacy-builders on your next camping trip. Campfires are good for more than s'mores! Try out these family-friendly st...

  • It's critical for kids to develop proper brain architecture during early childhood. Try these "brain activating" ideas at home with your children. Try these "brain activating" ideas to help your chil...

  • Try these activities that mix learning, movement, and an all-inclusive attitude. Try these activities that mix learning, movement, and an all-inclusive attitude. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolk...

  • From brainstorming experiments through practicing presentations, help your child develop the perfect science fair project. From brainstorming experiments through practicing presentations, help your child develop the perfect...

  • Crafting can propel young learners into a deep love for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math that will last the rest of their lives. Here are our top recommendations of what to say to truly support your little in...

  • These are 10 favorite, modern takes on mythology that kids will totally love. These are 10 favorite, modern takes on mythology that kids will totally love. Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic P...

  • Your kids are never “too old” for read alouds. Your kids are never “too old” for read alouds Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Maggie-Read alouds-image I’ve been a boo...

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