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

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  • Expect 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...

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