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  • Help your young scientist at home with these 5 amazing resources for all ages. Help your young scientist at home with these 5 amazing resources for all ages. Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scho...

  • Here is a fun connect-the-dots printable to focus not only on practicing math facts but the concept of algebra, as well. Here is a fun connect-the-dots printable to focus not only on practicing math facts but the concept of...

  • Share these fun and engaging books about the fascinating little critters of the earth with your early and beginning readers. Share these fun and engaging books about the fascinating little critters of the earth with your ear...

  • Advice from my 6-year-old (and some from me, too) on keeping the summer reading buzz going. Advice from my 6-year-old (and some from me, too) on keeping the summer reading buzz going. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parent...

  • 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...

  • 5 tips for managing screen time-- and why it’s important. 5 tips for managing screen time-- and why it’s important. Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Using...

  • I challenge you to read as many of these as possible with your children this summer. 50 Must-Read Picture Books for Summer Break Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader su...

  • Explore this list of random acts of kindness that your kids can use to surprise and delight neighbors. Explore this list of random acts of kindness that your kids can use to surprise and delight neighbors. Christie Burnett B...

  • Traveling with the kids this summer? Get them excited to discover new places and understand geography with these books about maps. Traveling with the kids this summer? Get them excited to discover new places and understand g...

  • Handling scary news is hard for adults-- and children. Here are three things to keep in mind when explaining traumatic issues to children. When events happen that we can’t explain, keep these three tips in mind. Amy Mascott...

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