Your child’s language skills will develop rapidly between 0- and 2-years old. Learn how you can help foster this growth.
Learn strategies and activities to help your 3- to 5-year old master language use.
This is a time of rapid vocabulary expansion. Read more about your 6- to 7-year-old’s language explosion.
Changes in the brain cause a shift in children’s thinking and speaking. Learn more about your middle schooler's development.
Here are seven ways to help your littlest learners develop their early communication skills. Here are seven ways to help your littlest learners develop their early communication skills. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents...
Reading books and introducing your little one to new words each day helps develop his early reading and literacy skills. Here are 6 activities you can do at home to build preschool-ready language and literacy skills in fun a...
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...
Here are 5 simple ways you can help to develop and strengthen your child's social skills outside the classroom. Here are 5 simple ways you can help to develop and strengthen your child's social skills outside the c...
Use rhythm instruments to communicate without words.
Engage your child's senses with this delicious experiment.
Even toddlers can help make this sweet treat.
Stimulate your newborn's vision with a homemade mobile.
Place one of these cute and creative coupons in your child's holiday stocking and give the gift of literacy!
Looking for new ways to chat with your child after school? Choose one of these creative cards and get the conversation started!
Encourage early communication efforts by teaching some sign language.
Your four-year-old: language development now.
Body language still counts for preschoolers!
It’s important to show enthusiasm for language efforts.