Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades 4 - 7
Honor America's birthday with fiction and nonfiction that promotes patriotism, encourages reflection, and enlivens history.
Get your kids excited for Independence Day with these books.
Celebrate the great outdoors with these outdoor-themed books.
Your middle grade readers will love these titles starring future hall-of-famers, how-to titles, and historical looks at sports legends.
Kids are never too old for read-alouds. Learn why it’s important to keep reading aloud to children of all ages and find great book recommendations.
Review general curricula for 3rd Grade, what to expect for each subject, and activities that can be done at home to support learning in the classroom.
Introduce your independent reader to the spooky and funny world created by the master spine-tingler himself, R.L. Stine.
Help your children read, write, and share poems.
Encourage these signs of progress in your independent reader.
Select books according to how your child will use them.
Learn how to support your developing reader during this exciting learning period.
Keep your fourth grader engaged during summer break with a reading list. Use these suggestions to create a list that caters to your young child's specific interests.
Tips and tricks to keep bedtime reading fresh and effective. Tips and tricks to keep bedtime reading fresh and effective. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader baby book...
Scholastic’s definition dynamo provides an opportunity to discuss independence this 4th of July! Scholastic’s definition dynamo provides an opportunity to discuss independence this 4th of July! Brian Kraker Blogs Scholastic...
Celebrate independence day by introducing your child older reader to these titles centered on American history. Celebrate independence day by introducing your child older reader to these titles centered on American history....
Don't let reading take a back seat this holiday season! Here are 5 ideas for reading tasks over Winter Break. Can your child complete them? Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise...
Fifth grade reading helps your children develop life-long skills. Make sure your child has plenty of time to devote to independently reading for pleasure.
Try these presents to promote a love for books in your child.
Help your child to make his very own daily newspaper.
Summer’s leisurely pace is a hot time to build your child’s interest in books. Here’s how to do it.
Help your child practice spelling skills, memorization, and cognitive thinking on this patriotic day.
Before kids share a book with a friend, ask them to have this book review “handy.”
Discover after-reading fun with Scholastic's Branches line of books.
Drop everything and read — at home!
Help your child understand the tragedy by reading nonfiction.
Teach your independent reader about how we gained our independence.