Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Genre: Functional and How-To
Interest Level: Grade PreK
Just starting to sound out words? Try these popular first books.
BOB Books are tailored for the stages of reading development and offer your child a step-by-step guide through early reading.
You may hear some of your child's first words as you enjoy these simple books together.
This series is purr-fect for your beginning reader.
Encourage your child to embrace reading with these free printables.
These free printables are perfect for kids aged 8-10.
These free printables are perfect for all kids aged 3-5.
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.
Even from very young ages, children learn in different ways. By becoming more familiar with your child’s learning profile—the dominant way your child can most easily absorb and understand information—you can best support and...
First grade reading is an important time to figure out the look and sound of words. Help your child with first grade reading tips.
Enjoy wordless picture books with your child.
Learn how to support your developing reader during this exciting learning period.
Teach your child the letters that are important to them, and build from there.
What should your kids start writing? Here's what you need to know about how you can support your emerging writer! How to start your kids on the path to forming letters and numbers. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
Here are a few things to keep in your back pocket to help get kids 'unstuck' during read alouds. Learn what parents can say when kids get 'stuck' and won’t even try to read words aloud. Amy Mascott Blogs...
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Play with words in this super-cool winter word search! What do you think about when it comes to wintertime? Will those words be in the Winter Word Search? Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Paren...
Get moving to practice spelling.
Listen closely to hear all the sounds in a word.
Child literacy actually begins the day we are born. Important tips for guiding toddlers to 5th graders.
Sneak in some learning with your meals!
Help your child learn to read with this printable minibook.
Help your little one learn about letters with this fun tracing activity that's a great coloring sheet too!
Let your kids associate words with feelings using this printable minibook.
Pick up those pencils! Find out what kids write about in first grade.
Challenge your kid with this fun soccer-themed logic puzzle.
Help your child learn classroom words with this printable activity.
What is an “idiomorph”?