Interest Level: Grades 9 - 12
Does your independent reader still love illustrations? Or is he constantly hooked on chapter books? No matter what his preference, try recommending these creative and engaging...
Explore a new world of fairy tale magic with this seven part series!
Uncover the world of words with these spectacular ABC books.
Your middle-grade reader will devour our favorite titles by Gordon Korman.
Take a peek at some of the major achievements of this age, and get a more in-depth view of the many things that children this age are learning!
Kick-start your child's creativity with these book-based activity kits.
Get resources, grade-by-grade guides, book lists, printables, and tips for homeschooling success.
Dav Pilkey’s laugh-out-loud funny books have been known to be devoured by children. Even the most reluctant readers just can’t seem to get enough of his original and outrageous characters.
Help your kids create their very own flags.
Almost every child loves to create and perform, and doing so builds self-esteem. Nurture her with gentle support and your participation in her activities.
Learn five ways your child develops creative-thinking skills.
Help foster your child’s creativity and imagination with these fun toy activities.
Did you know most children's creativity will reach its peak before the age of six? Supporting your child’s creativity now will set the stage to foster continued creative development in the future.
These apps tap your child's inner artist and offer endless amounts of open-ended play! These apps tap your child's inner artist and offer endless amounts of open-ended play! Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
Design a dream jar with your child for a perfect place to store dreams and wishes. Design a dream jar with your child for a perfect place to store dreams and wishes. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader...
Learn how to make DIY story stones to enjoy imaginative storytelling with your child. Learn how to make DIY story stones to enjoy imaginative storytelling with your child. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a R...
A few suggestions for how your child can use odds and ends from around the home to make art. A few suggestions for how your child can use odds and ends from around the home to make art. Meghan Burch Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
Turn everyday photos into a work of art as unique as your family itself.
Does your tween think he’s too mature for paint time? Inspire your child with these advanced art activities.
There are many ways you can build art interest and appreciation at home.
Use water to get your child's creativity flowing.
Use these three printables -- inspired by classic quotes -- to spark your child's imagination through drawing and writing.
Step-by-step instructions to make amazing clay shapes and transform them into wearable works of art.
Explore colors and patterns with your child in this coloring printable from Klutz.
Does your child like to make a statement with fancy fingernails? Here are simple steps for 3 stunning, snowy designs she can dazzle with this winter.
Let technology be a tool for expressing his artistic abilities.
Learn to nurture many different expressions of creativity.
Discover ways to encourage music and art exploration at home.
Art comes in many shapes, sizes, and styles.
Find fun, creative and just plain amazing Klutz gift ideas for kids.
Discover 11 imaginative art supplies and toys for your child.
Your child will love coloring in a few of his favorite characters.
Using supplies you already on hand these come together fast.