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  • These read-alouds are the perfect way to get your 3- to 5-year-old giggling.

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  • Encourage your child to learn about the physical world with lots of hands-on activities.

  • How engaging your baby's five senses helps her blossom and deepens the bonds between you.

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  • See what kind of canned foods roll the fastest down a slide. A visit to the playground can be a powerful way to show kids basic physics — like how gravity works. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Sc...

  • No high-tech gadgets or fancy tools are required to build this simple balloon-powered hovercraft. No high-tech gadgets or fancy tools are required to build this simple balloon-powered hovercraft. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholasti...

  • Calling all toddlers! This two-phase art project uses oil pastels first, then tempura paints, for wild, creative results. Calling all toddlers! This two-phase art project uses oil pastels first, then tempura paints, for wild...

  • Demonstrate the physics behind kicking field goals in football, while enjoying playing this game at home. Demonstrate the physics behind kicking field goals in football, while enjoying playing this game at home. Liz Heinecke...

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