Advertisement

70 results for “Computers”

Filters

Advertisement

View per page:

Blog Posts: 70

  • Just as comics may help reluctant readers change their minds about reading, online comic editors can offer hesitant writers a way to express themselves. These 6 comic editors can help your young writer express himself in wor...

  • Try these age- and grade-appropriate math ideas that can be used when watching the last few games of the NCAA tournament. Try these age- and grade-appropriate math ideas that can be used when watching the last few games of t...

  • Make your child's screen time educational and avoid the summer slide with these skill-boosting apps. Make your child's screen time educational and avoid the summer slide with these skill-boosting apps. Madeleine Bu...

  • Use these apps with your children to make music fun. Use these apps with your children to make music fun. Gail Lovely Gayle Berthiaume Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit m...

  • Download these dictionary apps to let technology lend a hand with your child's literacy learning. Download these dictionary apps to let technology lend a hand with your child's literacy learning. Christie Burnett B...

  • Bone up on your child's math learning during these game-changing grades. Sure multiplication and division sound okay, but fractions? Geometry? Clear out the cobwebs so you know what you children are learning in math. Je...

  • If you're looking for ways to involve your kids in something creative with a screen, check out these drawing apps. If you're looking for ways to involve your kids in something creative with a screen, check out thes...

  • Audio books offer readers a wealth of support in developing oral and independent reading skills. Listening and reading: a multi-sensory approach to reading that works. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Dev...

  • Set attainable math goals for you and your children this New Year. Find out how. These suggestions will help you and your children set attainable math goals for the New Year. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Lear...

  • This project introduces basic concepts of structural engineering and physics, and teaches kids how to use a power drill. This project introduces basic concepts of structural engineering and physics, and teaches kids how to u...

View per page:

Advertisement