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  • Your child will love these coloring books — and your inner child will delight in them as well. Coloring isn't just for your kids! See why and get in on the action with this fun, diverse selection. Allison McDonald Blogs...

  • The only coloring set you’ll need on the go! The only coloring set you’ll need on the go! Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit coloring-crush-by-klutz-featu...

  • Let your kids color the day away with this don't miss adorable coloring book. This coloring book's charming illustrations and double-sided colored pencils will have your kids at hello. Allison McDonald Blogs Schola...

  • Do this fun and decorative art project with your child to introduce basic color theory. 
 Do this fun — and decorative — art project with your child to introduce basic color theory. 
 Meghan Burch Blogs Scholastic Parents: T...

  • Coloring and drawing improves fine motor skills, encourages focus, and nurtures creativity. Coloring and drawing improves fine motor skills, encourages focus, and nurtures creativity. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Paren...

  • Invite your child to bring these kid-friendly quotes to life with this collection of free printables. Invite your child to bring these great, kid-friendly quotes to life with this collection of free printables. Christie Burn...

  • What number equals yellow? Wait, colors are colors and numbers are numbers – unless we're talking about your computer screen! Count up some colors in today's Bedtime Math challenge. Laura Overdeck Blogs Scholastic...

  • Help your child to celebrate National Book Month with color-your-own bookmarks. Help your child to celebrate National Book Month with color-your-own bookmarks. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Schola...

  • What do vampires and plants have in common? Let your kids find out in this colorful experiment. Teach your kids about the scientific force that keeps plants alive in this creative experiment. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Pa...

  • 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...

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