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  • Find out how to make your kids’ device and TV time positive for all of you! These tips will help transform your kids’ TV and technology time into a more useful and positive experience for the whole family. Michael Rhattigan...

  • Use real leaves to craft colorful prints in this fun and easy kids' art activity. Use real leaves to craft colorful prints in this fun and easy kids' art activity. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learnin...

  • Keep track of your family’s weekly activities (and never forget to buy milk again) with this list of helpful organizational apps. Keep track of your family’s weekly activities (and never forget to buy milk again) with this l...

  • Try these 5 strategies for helping your children memorize their math facts without using flash cards. Many teachers are moving away from timed tests in the classroom and relying on math facts to be practiced weekly at home....

  • We're now a month into 2014. It seems like a great time to review those resolutions. We're now a month into 2014. It seems like a great time to review those resolutions. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

  • Here are some behavior skills to begin working on with your preschooler. Here are some behavior skills to begin working on with your preschooler. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parent...

  • Here are 5 tips to help ease anxiety and keep name-writing practice a fun and positive experience (for both you and your child). Here are 5 tips to help ease anxiety and keep name-writing practice a fun and positive experien...

  • Help your child practice these fine motor activities that are central to the kindergarten curriculum. Help your child practice these fine motor activities that are central to the kindergarten curriculum. Bekki Lindner Blogs...

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 Celebrate your love of Star Wars with an edible science experiment. Use science to create an edible, Star Wars-inspired experiment with your kids. Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Lear...

  • Each of us can make a difference. If we can help just one or two children, the multiplier effect means that one simple action can make a real impact. Each of us can make a difference. If we can help just one or two children,...

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