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  • Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they really surprise you! Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they really surprise you! Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Pa...

  • 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...

  • 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...

  • The abundant apps available for toddlers and preschoolers provide a wealth of hands-on learning through interactive activities. Fun, interactive apps reinforce learning. Leticia Barr Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning To...

  • And a welcome to The Raise a Reader Blog And a welcome to The Raise a Reader Blog Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader siblings 02112013-ScholasticIntroPost-Allie McDon...

  • Why not celebrate books and reading during holiday time? These 7 gifts are sure to be a hit! Consider these smaller gifts that are easy on the wallet and great for kids! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader S...

  • This imaginative art project is a great lesson on symmetry. This imaginative art project is a great lesson on symmetry. Meghan Burch Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit ink...

  • In this activity, found objects (yarn, tissue, bottle caps, etc.) are used to create art so good it appears edible. In this activity, found objects (yarn, tissue, bottle caps, etc.) are used to create art so good it appears...

  • Inspire your children's reading through your own (secret) reading superpowers. Set an example for your kids with your own enthusiasm for reading — reading is contagious! Pam Allyn Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reade...

  • Valentine’s Day can — and should — be celebrated by kids of all ages! Use this heart-happy holiday to get the little cupids in your life practicing their reading and writing skills. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Rais...

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