Help your child feel comfortable in the classroom by writing a letter to the teacher.
Refuel and reconnect with your child by turning after-school snack time into tea time.
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Test your science facts with everyone's favorite teacher, Ms. Frizzle, from Scholastic's The Magic School Bus.
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Try this super summer reading project: study an author who celebrates a summer birthday.
Use common kitchen supplies to create a colorful critter.
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