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  • Try these suggestions to help your children as they seek to make new friendships in the coming year. Try these suggestions to help your children as they seek to make new friendships in the coming year. Bekki Lindner Blogs Sc...

  • It's critical for kids to develop proper brain architecture during early childhood. Try these "brain activating" ideas at home with your children. Try these "brain activating" ideas to help your chil...

  • Get to know more about your child’s learning style. In 5 minutes, the free personalities quiz on scholastic parents gives you clarity into your child’s personality and learning style. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Ra...

  • Find out how simple tools and tips — like using graph paper or a highlighter — can make a big difference if your child has a learning disability. Find out how simple tools and tips — like using graph paper or a highlighter —...

  • Get your young artist familiar with using watercolors and paintbrushes with this catchy little poem. Get your young artist familiar with using watercolors and paintbrushes with this catchy little poem. Diana MacKenzie Blogs...

  • Journal writing can help your children process feelings, build writing skills, and communicate their ideas. Journal writing can help your children process feelings, build writing skills, and communicate their ideas. Jodie Ro...

  • The wide variety of activities available to kids today is incredibly exciting. The wide variety of activities available to kids today is incredibly exciting. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit S...

  • Here's a list of ways you can help your child’s teacher both in and out of the classroom. Here's a list of ways you can help your child’s teacher both in and out of the classroom. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Par...

  • Here are some behavior skills to begin working on with your preschooler. Here are some behavior skills to begin working on with your preschooler. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parent...

  • Your Grade K-2 children can practice letter sounds, word building, and sight word recognition with these apps. Your Grade K-2 children can practice letter sounds, word building, and sight word recognition with these apps. Jo...

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