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  • Get ready for your kids to rock their look with personalized sparkling gems. Your kids will elevate their fashion looks and science knowledge with this rewarding activity. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning T...

  • Inspire your kids to keep up their math skills this summer by creating an original math journal. Inspire your kids to keep up their math skills this summer by creating an original math journal. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholasti...

  • Here are 10 tips to make summer reading at bedtime easier to keep up and maintain a routine. 10 tips to make the most of bedtime reading this summer. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Paren...

  • Crafting can propel young learners into a deep love for science, technology, engineering, arts, and math that will last the rest of their lives. Here are our top recommendations of what to say to truly support your little in...

  • Bring books to life with these simple art projects and matching books, and deepen the reading experience for your child. Bring books about art to life with hands-on art projects. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Ra...

  • Build a device that lets you test the conductivity of materials using a speaker. Build a device that lets you test the conductivity of materials using a speaker. Kevin Goodwin Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit S...

  • Finding your way around a city can be pretty tough when the road signs argue with each other. The routes divide and directions multiply in this challenge. Finding your way around a city can be pretty tough when the road sign...

  • Plant or animal – why not both? Branch out into something beautiful-- and lively-- in today's Bedtime Math challenge! Plant or animal – why not both? Branch out into something beautiful-- and lively-- in today's Be...

  • Your color choices might be limited, but you can make your lawn as comfy as your living room. Add up some blades of grass in today's math challenge. Your color choices might be limited, but you can make your lawn as com...

  • If your child likes to make molded items such as soap and chocolate, try this activity at home for creating custom molds for custom shapes of these items. If your child likes to make molded items such as soap and chocolate,...

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