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  • What does the equal sign really mean? What does the equal sign really mean? Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit daily-tips-11-13-science-math-use-the-answers...

  • Share these 14 encouraging and inspiring quotes from Captain Underpants creator Dav Pilkey with your young reader-- and watch our the full video below. Share these 14 encouraging and inspiring quotes from Captain Underpants...

  • Summer reading can be fun, exciting, and memorable. All you need to do is mix things up a bit to get kids buried in books! It’s not easy to get kids to WANT to read in the summer, but these five ways will put them on track....

  • Check out these books with your children to help them navigate life's big moments. Check out these books with your children to help them navigate life's big moments. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

  • Gyo Fujikawa helped Amy Mascott fall in love with reading. Now she hopes to help parents and their little ones find their own reading inspiration. Gyo Fujikawa helped Amy Mascott fall in love with reading. Now she hopes to h...

  • 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...

  • Incorporating red, white, and blue fruits and vegetables into your meals gives you a double education opportunity. Incorporating red, white, and blue fruits and vegetables into your meals gives you a double education opportu...

  • Number lines are one of the most important models your child will use in mathematics. Learn why. Number lines are one of the most important models your child will use in mathematics. Learn why. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholasti...

  • Everyone needs a quiet game once in a while. These three will keep your kids coming back for more. The only rule for these games? Everyone's silent. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parent...

  • A successful approach to curbing the "summer slide" calls for a multidisciplinary approach. A successful approach to curbing the "summer slide" calls for a multidisciplinary approach. Michael Rhattigan Bl...

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