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Share these inspiring tales that teach kids about strength and courage.
Celebrate the history of African-Americans with these books.
It's all about Fancy Nancy with these books about the charming character your budding reader knows and loves.
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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...
What are the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and how will they affect your children?
Detect a learning disability now — while there’s still time to address it.
Bone up on the best study skills, as more frequent and challenging exams are a hallmark of 3rd grade.
At age 5, your child is likely to be fun, funny, enthusiastic, imaginative, and eager to learn.
If your child likes to make molded items such as soap and chocolate, try this activity at home for creating custom molds for custom shapes of these items. If your child likes to make molded items such as soap and chocolate,...
Charts with illustrations and photographs are great for reminding pre-readers of the steps needed to complete a task. Help build routines with illustrated reminders. Amy Kraft Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit S...
Have your child maker help you make your own one-string wonder. The diddley bow is easy to make and fun to play! Christian Tsu-Raun Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Didd...
Your kids will love helping you whip up this cold treat in just five minutes in a zipper storage bag. Plus, they'll pick up some great learning benefits. You don't need an ice cream maker to enjoy a batch of homema...
This science activity offers a fun way to learn about directions.
Use water to get your child's creativity flowing.
Treat your little one to a Halloween pal.
Encourage kids to use nature to create a masterpiece.
Learn to draw a cute monkey or a simple guitar, with these step-by-step instructions.
Spark a love of science in your child with this shadows experiment.
Help strengthen your child's vocabulary and spelling skills with this fun activity.
Looking for something to entertain the kids during school break? Try this math-related printable.
Follow my directions! Upping vocabulary and listening skills.
Practice receptive language skills by playing "follow the directions."
Play a game of follow-the-leader with your toddler.
Following the light: Have fun with flashlight play and learning.