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  • Teach your child how to use cranberries to write a secret message in this fun science experiment. Teach your child how to use cranberries to write a secret message — and discover the science behind the experiment. Liz Heinec...

  • Share these books with your young reader, along with simple science activities to complement each title. Share these books with your young reader, along with simple science activities to complement each title. Jodie Rodrigue...

  • Use these apps to teach your budding scientist about everything from constellations to bird-watching to the weather. Use these apps to teach your budding scientist about everything from constellations to bird-watching to the...

  • These websites, books, videos, and apps are great ways for kids to explore the cosmos. These websites, books, videos, and apps are great ways for kids to explore the cosmos. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learnin...

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  • Can you solve our riddles and find the hidden objects?

  • The warm weather is great for bird watching. Make a bird feeder with your child to attract some feathered friends to your yard.

  • By looking inside simple machines, your child will learn about how parts make a whole.

  • Use wrapping paper or magazines to make your own matching game cards.

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  • Introduce your child to farm animals and food with this printable activity sheet and scavenger hunt suggestion.

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