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  • Help your children practice and reinforce their multiplication faster than you can shuffle a deck of cards. This family-friendly game will help your children practice and reinforce their multiplication skills. Jennifer Hogan...

  • Index cards are a great tool for creating any math game at home. Index cards are a great tool for creating any math game at home. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning...

  • Create a set of digit cards at home and watch your child's number sense and love for math grow immensely! Create a set of digit cards at home and watch your child's number sense and love for math grow immensely! Je...

  • Get your active child excited for sight word learning — all you'll need is painter’s tape, dice, index cards, and a marker. Get your active child excited for sight word learning — all you'll need is painter’s tape,...

  • Math War is a fun and easy way to get kids to work on their facts daily or weekly. Math War is a fun and easy way to get kids to work on their facts daily or weekly. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Tool...

  • Help your child practice reading skills while playing these fun, family board games. Help your child practice reading skills while playing these fun, family board games. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Read...

  • Your kids will love to play these games with you all summer long. Your kids will love to play these games with you all summer long. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learni...

  • Turn your family game night into a word-a-palooza. These games will get your family using words in a whole new way! Turn your family game night into a word-a-palooza. These games will get your family using words in a whole n...

  • Creating board games involves kids in researching, reading, creative thinking, logical thinking, and experimenting. Creating board games involves kids in researching, reading, creative thinking, logical thinking, and experim...

  • Tired of the same old board games you’re playing with your kids? Mix and match your game pieces and make up new rules to amp up family game night. Involve Your Kids in Game Design by Making Up New Rules for Tired Games Amy K...

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