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  • So what can parents do to help? The number one thing is to read to our kids, right from when they're babies. So what can parents do to help? The number one thing is to read to our kids, right from when they're babi...

  • Sneak in some reading during your children's TV-watching. It's easy and painless. And they'll be glad to do it. Get those kids' brains moving during television time. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

  • There are lots of websites we can add to our parenting toolkit to help our children love to read. There are lots of websites we can add to our parenting toolkit to help our children love to read. Susan Stephenson Blogs Schol...

  • Linking writing to reading we've shared with our children is a wonderful way to extend the literature experience. Linking writing to reading we've shared with our children is a wonderful way to extend the literatur...

  • Oral storytelling itself is a great way to improve children's oral fluency and help them understand concepts that underpin literacy and literature. Oral storytelling itself is a great way to improve children's oral...

  • The computer can be a great encourager to start children writing. The computer can be a great encourager to start children writing. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Lear...

  • Here are some tips to get you started as you read with your toddler. Here are some tips to get you started as you read with your toddler. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The L...

  • Here are 6 drawing, doodling, writing, and crafting activities you can do at home that build writing, early literacy, and fine motor skills. 6 playful ways to build early writing and fine motor skills. Maggie McGuire Blogs S...

  • Encourage your kids to include comics and graphic novels in their reading diet. Encourage your kids to include comics and graphic novels in their reading diet. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit...

  • One box of chalk can yield six lively activities that build your child's math and literacy skills. One box of chalk can yield six lively activities that build your child's math and literacy skills. Jodie Rodriguez...

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