Interest Level: Grades 3 - 9
Genre: Informational Text
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 2.8
Introduce your young scientist to Miss Frizzle, the gang, and their kooky classroom with these classic titles.
Take an adventure in education with The Magic School Bus with these books that bring science to life.
Find a range of informational and entertaining titles for your advancing reader.
You may want to read these stories before your child does to make sure they are appropriate, but pre-teens around the country are in love with these gritty YA stories.
Help your child learn about his body and everything it can do.
Get a refresher on geography topics and terms.
Learn about the second core strength your child needs to be humane and protect himself from violence.
Your child’s language skills will develop rapidly between 0- and 2-years old. Learn how you can help foster this growth.
Share these books with your young reader, along with simple science activities to complement each title. Share these books with your young reader, along with simple science activities to complement each title. Jodie Rodrigue...
"Bone up" on these top 10 fiction and non-fiction skeleton-themed reads for your child. "Bone up" on these top 10 fiction and non-fiction skeleton-themed reads for your child. Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholas...
As more and more research confirms the importance of regular exercise for children, our kids are actually getting less and less. As more and more research confirms the importance of regular exercise for children, our kids ar...
Here are some things to keep in mind when talking to your children about their school day. Here are some things to keep in mind when talking to your children about their school day. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: Th...
Bendable wire and clay shows how the human figure takes shape.
If your 3rd-5th grader is looking for a challenge, try these advanced books and activities.
The best activities, educational puzzlers, and just-for-fun games -- your child can enjoy them for hours.
Nurture your child's creative expression to encourage learning and laughter.
Help your child learn all about human anatomy with this printable workbook.
Give your child a quick science lesson with this look at the human skeleton.
Nothing could be easier than lifting a finger, right? Not always! Learn why and other interesting things about your finger bones.
If your children already know about the human skeleton, play this fun
Want to know what's happening right now? Read “Every Day on Earth.”
Discover your tween’s artistic ability with this fun tip.
Here's a trick, using spaces, to get science information memorized.
Ask this art trivia question the next time you pass a bronze statue.