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  • Even from very young ages, children learn in different ways.  By becoming more familiar with your child’s learning profile—the dominant way your child can most easily absorb and understand information—you can best support and...

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  • Check out some sites, resources, and pages about the author of The Magic Tree House series. Help your children or students to feel connected to this author. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Par...

  • If your independent reader loves animals, share these titles featuring animals characters, and dynamic individuals who care for them. If your independent reader loves animals, share these titles featuring animals characters,...

  • Here are the books that parents said they love to read with their kids — I'm sure there's at least one new one on the list you'll fall in love with, too! Pass along the love of reading by reading aloud with yo...

  • Add some animals into your life with this cool, colorful art activity. In this creative art project, your kids will create colorful hanging artwork using stamps, paint (and just about anything else they want!). Diana MacKenz...

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  • Explore the concepts of shelter and family life with this building activity.

  • Given the right guidance, preschoolers and grade schoolers often get along famously. Use these tips to help bridge the age gap.

  • Preschoolers will have a great time reading along with this silly story!

  • Move beyond drills into games, puzzles, books, and videos that add entertainment to the equation.

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