Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Genre: Comedy and Humor
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 3
Interest Level: Grades 4 - 7
Whether your grade-schooler's a reluctant reader or a book addict, series packed with action, magic, history, and humor are sure to please.
Celebrate the history of African-Americans with these books.
Use these great books to commemorate the 100th day of school with your beginning reader.
Whether outwitting bullies, acing tests, or trying to fit in, these characters and their stories stimulate imaginations and build the confidence needed to face academic and social...
Discover strategies and tools for helping your child transition from elementary school to middle school.
Whether your kid is a first-timer or an old hand, our resources will make sure he gets a running start on the new semester.
Check out our parent primers on the topics your child is studying.
Review general curricula for 4th Grade, what to expect for each subject, and activities that can be done at home to support learning in the classroom.
Take the difficulty out of preparing your child to attend elementary school by finding the right fit for your elementary-aged child.
Help your child stay creative as he grows.
Get tips from parents (and kids) who've been there.
Conformity rules for 9 year olds, who just want to fit in.
Keep your 3rd to 5th grader engaged and interested with these advanced-level books. Have an advanced reader? This list is for him or her! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reade...
Smart and fun books that will keep your child happy, engaged, and reading! Let's put the right books in our young readers' hands! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Rea...
Advanced readers need to be challenged but watched and carefully supported as they tackle books that meet their developmental abilities. Discover books that will keep older kids interested and engaged without the heavy topic...
Activities revolving around reading and writing poetry motivate our kids to play with language and enjoy it. Activities revolving around reading and writing poetry motivate our kids to play with language and enjoy it. Susan...
Help your child feel comfortable in the classroom by writing a letter to the teacher.
Children will identify commas, periods, question marks, and more during this fun read-aloud activity.
Practice the times tables with this version of classic bingo.
If your 3rd-5th grader is looking for a challenge, try these advanced books and activities.
Looking for new ways to chat with your child after school? Choose one of these creative cards and get the conversation started!
Our experts pick the best pop-up books for school-aged children.
Shopping for a new elementary school? Know your options!
Enjoy artwork created by your child's peers.
Discover the reading skills your child needs for elementary school.