Expose your child to ways he can express gratitude with these titles.
Introduce your child to these heart-warming tales of friendship.
Share this historical fiction series with your independent reader. These stories, written in diary format, will transport your child to some of the most important moments in his...
Learn how playing with other children teaches social skills. A key achievement for toddlers is the ability to build friendships.
Instill in your kids the social skills they need to acquire before they can learn academics.
Encourage your child's literacy skills, well before he learns to read!
During the exciting ages of 3 to 5, children learn how to become self-sufficient, how to relate and interact with peers, and more!
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...
April is National Autism Awareness Month. How can we better understand and engage children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? April is National Autism Awareness Month. How can we better understand and engage chil...
It's critical for kids to develop proper brain architecture during early childhood. Try these "brain activating" ideas at home with your children. Try these "brain activating" ideas to help your chil...
Why parents should value all reading materials. Why parents should value all reading materials. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader more-than-just-novels-allison-mcdon...
Making gift wrap brings home the message of kindness.
Make an Eric Carle-style illustration with your child.
Big, round, and harmless, beach balls are perfect for baby play, indoors and out.
Teach your children about the true spirit of the holidays.
The language value of good, old peek-a-boo.