Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 4.2
Honor Anne Frank, a brave young girl who recounted her experience in the Holocaust, by sharing these titles with your older reader.
Use these great books to commemorate the 100th day of school with your beginning reader.
It's the 100th day of school! Use these books to celebrate and keep the reading fun going.
Explore Asia's colorful literary presence with stories and folktales.
These free printables are perfect for kids aged 11-13.
Kids can practice their letters, get going with grammar, and study spelling with these free printable activities.
This glossary is intended to offer simple explanations of what are sometimes complex issues in education.
Find the fascinating reasons behind girls' and boys' different styles of play.
Learn the basics to help your child through developmental delays.
Not all dreams are created equal! Take our quiz to find out.
Help your child learn more about the lives of Hispanic and Latino individuals who have changed history with these titles. Help your child learn more about the lives of Hispanic and Latino individuals who have changed history...
Here are some ideas to promote health and fitness this spring with your children. Are you and your kids stir crazy yet? Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolki...
Help ease your child’s teacher's burden of providing a stocked classroom with these easy tips. Help ease your child’s teacher's burden of providing a stocked classroom with these easy tips. Leticia Barr Blogs Schol...
If your independent reader loves animals, share these titles featuring animals characters, and dynamic individuals who care for them. If your independent reader loves animals, share these titles featuring animals characters,...
Celebrate your child’s individuality with this poster project.
Imagine becoming a world traveler with an individualized storybook.
Make meals more fun with these math mats kids create.
Make a counting book full of beans.
Young writers will love this activity that focuses on defining the different characteristics of a significant person.
Your young writers can stretch their imaginations with this printable about the movies.
Your child will love identifying the past tenses of these verbs in order to solve a puzzle.
Two siblings at the same school? Help promote their individualities.
Does your tween know what his state flag looks like?
Use this printable to get your young child to document your trip.
Use literature as a time to bond with your child.