Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades 7 - 12
Genre: Young Adult
Some sad, scary, or traumatic situations aren’t easy for kids to talk about. Use these books to help break the ice and get them to open up and discuss their fears.
Francie Alexander can help parents calm children's fears with "Bibliotherapy"-- books that help kids learn about hurricanes and what precautionary steps adults take...
These picture books inspire self-confidence through humor and honesty.
Classic characters can become lifelong pals to early readers.
Discover strategies and tools for helping your child transition from elementary school to middle school.
Find easy science fair projects for kids, learn about the coolest experiments, see our list of science books to inspire kids, and discover hands-on projects that you can do at home.
Offer simple explanations to calm a young child who's suddenly afraid of animals, monsters, and other bugaboos.
Give your child more freedom and responsibility, while still keeping them safe.
Help ease the transition to a new school by tuning into what worries your child most.
Understanding the whys and whens of children's fears can help you provide appropriate safety nets.
From brainstorming experiments through practicing presentations, help your child develop the perfect science fair project. From brainstorming experiments through practicing presentations, help your child develop the perfect...
How can your child overcome fears? Start with these brave and courageous reads. How can your child overcome fears? Start with these brave and courageous reads. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Schola...
To prevent your kids from having a summer full of anxiety, check out these tips and ideas to ease their fears. To prevent your kids from having a summer full of anxiety, check out these tips and ideas to ease their fears. Be...
How parents can use banned books to teach their children important lessons. Discover how parents can use banned books to teach their children important lessons. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Schol...
There are so many fun activities and lessons to be learned from Shakespeare, beyond simply reading his books.
What do flowers, trees, bugs, birds, and your child have in common? They all flourish outside!
Use these questions to start a discussion with your child about "Inkheart" by Cornelia Funke.
Prevent moan and groan when you ask your child to compose sentences or invent stories.
Introduce your child to writing using the _ad word family with this printable minibook.
Help your tween transition through the fears of the unknown.
Share the story of a young child who faces his fear.
Is your child afraid of the dark? So was Batman.
Curl up with this read about fear and friendship on Halloween.