Interest Level: Grades 3 - 6
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Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grade PreK
Give your intermediate reader a book to cherish during the holidays. From classics to contemporaries, these titles are sure to please the bookworm in your family.
We have advice, gift ideas, family activities, and book suggestions below to help you make this holiday season sparkle and all of your celebrations shine.
Kick-start your child's creativity with these book-based activity kits.
90% of kids agree that they need to be strong readers to get into a good college, with 87% agreeing that they need to be strong readers to get a good job when they are older.
Find the answers in our age-by-age quick guide to child development.
Flashlight Readers, an online club for kids who love books, provides you and your child with interactive opportunities to share books and reinforce reading skills in fun and meaningful ways.
Guide your kids toward community service to help them discover priceless life lessons.
Graphing is a great summer project to do with your kids that can involve the whole family and take place over time. Graphing is a great summer project to do with your kids that can involve the whole family and take place ove...
Why not celebrate books and reading during holiday time? These 7 gifts are sure to be a hit! Consider these smaller gifts that are easy on the wallet and great for kids! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader S...
Encourage reading with the promise of a movie. Here are 30+ books turned into films that you can watch with your children after you read the book! Check out this list of 30+ movies to watch after reading the book. Allison Mc...
Why leaving holiday children's books out way past their season lets kids make great connections with books. Why leaving holiday children's books out way past their season lets kids make great connections with books...
Promote good behavior with a fanciful tale about some of kids’ favorite creatures.
Draw and compare two self-portraits.
Make an Eric Carle-style illustration with your child.
These five autumn activities will help your 3-5-year-old take a closer look at fall leaves.
Your child will enjoy this writing printable that compares holiday basics.
Work with your child on developing strong reading skills with this printable worksheet that focuses on comparing and contrasting.
Your child needs dice and some imagination for this fun fill-in-the-blank Christmas reading and writing printable.
Your child can learn about Hanukkah by designing a special menorah paired with 8 candles for each night of the holiday.
Nothing "good" on the radio? Turn this into a learning opportunity.
Ask your mini scientist to use a Venn diagram after a trip to the zoo.
Playing with contrasts.
Teach your child how to compare and contrast two topics.