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  • Break out the tension curtain rods and dream up aesthetically pleasing ways to shade indoor spaces. Break out the tension curtain rods and dream up aesthetically pleasing ways to shade indoor spaces. Meghan Burch Blogs Schol...

  • Create fun sculptures with your child by re-using packing materials and other household items. Have a lot of packing material around? (And hate throwing all that Styrofoam away?) Give it a second life in a sculpture! Meghan...

  • Map making is a fun way for children to visually express places they know well. Map making is a fun way for children to visually express places they know well. Diana MacKenzie Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit S...

  • Your child can use these recommended apps to create pictures and tell stories. Your child can use these recommended apps to create pictures and tell stories. Gail Lovely Gayle Berthiaume Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learnin...

  • 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...

  • Here is a great example of how working with materials can help develop and hone creative problem-solving skills. Here is a great example of how working with materials can help develop and hone creative problem-solving skills...

  • Get ready to feel inspired with this colorful tissue paper arts and crafts activity. Take advantage of sunshine with this arts and craft activity that uses tissue paper to make a joyful rainbow display. Diana MacKenzie Blogs...

  • Get your toddler grooving with these great ideas for homemade instruments. Who knew your child could make so many cool instruments with items right in your own house?! Diana MacKenzie Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning T...

  • You and your children can recycle found materials to create mini flower gardens. You and your children can recycle found materials to create mini flower gardens. Diana MacKenzie Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit...

  • Try intentionally limiting the variety of materials offered during creative activities, and see what your kids come up with. Try intentionally limiting the variety of materials offered during creative activities, and see wha...

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