Interest Level: Grades 7 - 9
Interest Level: Grades 2 - 5
Genre: Comedy and Humor
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 7
Genre: Informational Text
Kids can build Minecraft skills with these handbooks offering the best tips, tricks, and how-to guides for the best gaming experience ever!
Check out these tales from everyone's favorite doctor!
Take your child's movie-viewing experience one step further by adding The LEGO Movie guide books to the mix — the adventure can continue with reading!
Find a range of informational and entertaining titles for your advancing reader.
Use this guide to learn about the development and books and resources that help the development of your 0- to 2-year-old.
Dav Pilkey’s laugh-out-loud funny books have been known to be devoured by children. Even the most reluctant readers just can’t seem to get enough of his original and outrageous characters.
Help your kids create their very own flags.
Help foster your child’s creativity and imagination with these fun toy activities.
Discover seven ways your child develops creative-thinking skills.
Almost every child loves to create and perform, and doing so builds self-esteem. Nurture her with gentle support and your participation in her activities.
Four ways your child develops creative-thinking skills.
These apps tap your child's inner artist and offer endless amounts of open-ended play! These apps tap your child's inner artist and offer endless amounts of open-ended play! Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
Just 3-5 minutes of daily writing practice will boost your child's skills and encourage creativity. Just 3-5 minutes of daily writing practice will boost your child's skills and encourage creativity. Bekki Lindner...
Help children use their imaginations to bring their favorite stories to life. Help children use their imaginations to bring their favorite stories to life. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scho...
Learn how to make DIY story stones to enjoy imaginative storytelling with your child. Learn how to make DIY story stones to enjoy imaginative storytelling with your child. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a R...
Forget logic for a second and use these activities that build creative thinking skills.
Does your tween think he’s too mature for paint time? Inspire your child with these advanced art activities.
No brushes needed for this painting and printing activity!
Clip it, pick it, write it!
Use these three printables -- inspired by classic quotes -- to spark your child's imagination through drawing and writing.
In Jim Benton’s The End (Almost), Donut’s story is filled with unicorns and ice-cream cones! What magical creatures or favorite things would you like to include in YOUR story? Add them to the picture!
Get your child thinking outside the box with a combination of imagination and problem-solving!
Encourage your child to stretch his imagination—and his language arts skills—by using wacky words to write a Looniverse-like story. Download this activity now!
This holiday, give gifts that kickstart creativity.
Learn to nurture many different expressions of creativity.
Share laughs and adventure while promoting creative development.
Encourage reading and writing in this fun story-ending activity.