Interest Level: Grades PreK - K
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grade 12
Interest Level: Grades PreK - K
Genre: Functional and How-To
Rhyming riddles and picture clues are perfect for early readers.
These tactile board books will welcome your baby's fingers and eyes.
Author and illustrator Sandra Boynton will absolutely charm your little one with these silly reads.
These baby-friendly books can start your child on the road to reading.
Find out how your child with a learning disability can succeed despite the many challenging diagnoses and school struggles.
Use this guide to learn about the development and books and resources that help the development of your 0- to 2-year-old.
Find out when you should reach out to your child’s teacher, how to get in touch, and make sure to build a productive relationship.
Kick-start your child's creativity with these book-based activity kits.
Preparing for the new school year? Take this 3-question quiz, get advice from experts, and share your results with other parents!
Encourage your child's literacy skills, well before he learns to read!
Detect a learning disability now — while there’s still time to address it.
Learn the basics to help your child through developmental delays.
Building math skills is as easy as 1, 2, 3 with these simple tips and games.
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...
Show your little one that math is everywhere with these fun activities you can do at home and on the go. Show your little one that math is everywhere with these fun activities you can do at home and on the go. Maggie McGuire...
Create tons of fun for your four to six-year-old with this not to be missed titles! These books will make required reading tons of fun for your kindergartner. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholas...
Give your kids something more than turkey to dive into over Thanksgiving break. Give your kids something more than turkey to dive into over Thanksgiving break. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Schola...
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Try these 6 activities to fill your child's summer with fun-filled growth.
Introduce your child to the wonder that is her sense of touch.
What can a baby do with a cup? Give him a few and let the creativity flow.
This printable, based on a classic nursery rhyme, is great for children of all ages.
Teach your child about different flower varieties while encouraging creativity with this coloring worksheet.
Help your child learn about opposites with this fun matching printable.
Have your child match the athletic equipment that goes together for a creative way to learn about sports.
Discover after-reading fun with Scholastic's Branches line of books.
Tell your preschooler: Get dressed and learn math concepts.
Your baby can’t count, but she knows the basics better than you think.
Take a class and share what you're learning with your child.
These 19 amazing apps help with homework, chores, scheduling and more.
10 of the smartest homework-helping apps for kids.
These picks will help your kid brush up on his do-re-mi.
What milestones should your child be achieving and when?