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  • Every teacher must keep a few important things in mind when communicating with parents. Do you know what they are? Connect effectively with parents this year. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic P...

  • Handling scary news is hard for adults-- and children. Here are three things to keep in mind when explaining traumatic issues to children. When events happen that we can’t explain, keep these three tips in mind. Amy Mascott...

  • Would you eat a tree? What about the sticky stuff inside of one? Things get a little sappy as we (short)-stack up the syrup in today's math challenge. Would you eat a tree? What about the sticky stuff inside of one? Thi...

  • Here are my family's top ABC reasons for picking up a book, finding a cozy spot, and reading during this crazy time of the year. Here are some reminders of the importance of reading for pleasure. Amy Mascott Blogs Schol...

  • Your child will love this playful and open-ended way to make marks and layer colors. Your child will love this playful and open-ended way to make marks and layer colors. Diana MacKenzie Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning...

  • April is Poetry Month, so try performing poetry with your kids using these tips. April is Poetry Month, so try performing poetry with your kids using these tips. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolki...

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