Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 6.4
Genre: Comedy and Humor
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Teach your children about the Islamic holy month of fasting and prayer, Ramadan, with these 8 helpful titles -- across all ages.
Take your child's movie-viewing experience one step further by adding The LEGO Movie guide books to the mix — the adventure can continue with reading!
Check out the list of best illustrated picture books for kids ages 6-7.years old.
The beloved characters and "just-like-me" kids in these titles will help your preschooler learn important lessons about good manners.
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These free printables are perfect for kids aged 8-10.
Encourage your child to embrace reading with these free printables.
Get resources, grade-by-grade guides, book lists, printables, and tips for homeschooling success.
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...
Teaching your child how to maintain the right balance of diet, exercise, and relaxation is the key to her well-being — for life.
Try these strategies to get your family moving — all year-round.
Changes in the brain cause a shift in children’s thinking and speaking. Learn more about your middle schooler's development.
Conformity rules for 9 year olds, who just want to fit in.
The new year is a great time to start new, healthy (reading) habits. The new year is a great time to start new, healthy (reading) habits. Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Re...
Here are some ideas to promote health and fitness this spring with your children. Are you and your kids stir crazy yet? Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolki...
How many peas would it take to fill a whole bed? Peas-full sleep in this fun challenge from Bedtime Math! How many peas would it take to fill a whole bed? Peas-full sleep in this fun challenge from Bedtime Math! Laura Overde...
Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they really surprise you! Heroes come in all shapes and sizes. Sometimes they really surprise you! Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Pa...
Read "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" by John Archambault and Bill Martin Jr. and try making these delicious pops.
Remake an ordinary sweater with this simple craft: felt button covers.
Create a special book for bath time.
This do-it-yourself craft sets the scene for endless reinvention.
Rebuses are optical illusions that use pictures to represent words or parts of words. Can your child solve the rebuses found in each numbered square?
Break work into segments to make sure it gets done on time.
So you think you can dance? You’re right!
Being the new kid at school is tough, even for Batman.
Sink or float? Try this bath-time experiment with your child.