These books will have you and your little one all smiles!
These read-alouds are the perfect way to get your 3- to 5-year-old giggling.
Help your child fill a boring day or boost a bad mood with these laugh-out-loud titles.
Check out these tales from everyone's favorite doctor!
Why it's important to keep your kids laughing—and 11 tips on how to do so.
Use humor with your children and become a more playful parent.
Chill out and get down with what he loves, starting with the comics.
Does your child want to read silly romances or stacks of comic books? Let him do it!
Why “No, David!” is a must-read picture book for your child. Why “No, David!” is a must-read picture book for your child. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader yes-david...
This month, share titles about family and school life with your beginning and independent readers. This month, share titles about family and school life with your beginning and independent readers. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scho...
Teach your child the importance of truthfulness with these five picture books. Teach your child the importance of truthfulness with these five picture books. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholasti...
Campfires are good for more than s'mores. Try out these family-friendly storytelling ideas and literacy-builders on your next camping trip. Campfires are good for more than s'mores! Try out these family-friendly st...
Get tips for talking about Holes by Louis Sachar with your child.
Encourage your child’s sense of humor by reading “Silly Doggy!” by Adam Stower, then color in this playful printable.
Motivate your child to write more using this funny worksheet.
Tickle your child's funny bone while developing writing skills with this printable minibook.