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  • In this activity, found objects (yarn, tissue, bottle caps, etc.) are used to create art so good it appears edible. In this activity, found objects (yarn, tissue, bottle caps, etc.) are used to create art so good it appears...

  • Show your preschooler why the Earth needs our love and protection, and that it’s important enough to have it’s own special day. Show your preschooler why the Earth needs our love and protection, and that it’s important enoug...

  • These super-fun, hands-on science experiments will help your child dive back into a school mindset. These super-fun, hands-on science experiments will help your child dive back into a school mindset. Liz Heinecke Blogs Schol...

  • Using basic tools helps keep kids concentrated on concept and story development, rather than on becoming familiar with the materials. Using basic tools helps keep kids concentrated on concept and story development, rather th...

  • 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...

  • Break out the tension curtain rods and dream up aesthetically pleasing ways to shade indoor spaces. Break out the tension curtain rods and dream up aesthetically pleasing ways to shade indoor spaces. Meghan Burch Blogs Schol...

  • If you’re intimidated by science, technology, engineering, and math, here are three activities to encourage your daughter to learn about these subjects. 3 ways to learn about science, technology, engineering, and math togeth...

  • There's nothing more inspiring for kids than to read about other kids who have made a positive impact on their communities. Any time is a good time to get kids inspired to make a difference! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic...

  • 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...

  • Help your child protect the planet just like WordGirl with this week’s new vocabulary word: recycle. Teach your child about protecting the environment with this week’s vocabulary word. Brian Kraker Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

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