Interest Level: Grades 4 - 7
Genre: Functional and How-To, Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Genre: Comedy and Humor
Celebrate with your middle reader by introducing him to some of the greatest artists of all time.
Use these great books to commemorate the 100th day of school with your beginning reader.
Judi Bort, a former children's librarian, is now a book selector for school libraries in southern California. Here are her top picture-book picks.
Develop your young grade-schooler's arithmetic ability with books that take a creative approach to teaching basic math concepts.
Review general curricula for 4th Grade, what to expect for each subject, and activities that can be done at home to support learning in the classroom.
Learn what different learning styles your child possesses and how to best nurture them.
Tune in to your middle schooler's strengths and shore up her weaknesses.
Does your child prefer words or things? Does she invent stories or stick to the facts? Encourage her unique approach.
Nurture your child's curiosity to foster a passion for learning.
Get to know more about your child’s learning style. In 5 minutes, the free personalities quiz on scholastic parents gives you clarity into your child’s personality and learning style. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Ra...
When making New Year's resolutions, try to learn alongside your kids. When making New Year's resolutions, try to learn alongside your kids. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic...
Find out how simple tools and tips — like using graph paper or a highlighter — can make a big difference if your child has a learning disability. Find out how simple tools and tips — like using graph paper or a highlighter —...
Since Valentine's Day is a family affair for most parents, have some fun playing and learning with your kids with these activities. Since Valentine's Day is a family affair for most parents, have some fun playing a...
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Guide your child’s curiosity outdoors and open up a love of science.
No brushes needed for this painting and printing activity!
Introduce your child to the wonder that is her sense of touch.
Have your child think up fun inventions to help him understand cause-and-effect relationships.
Your kid will love unscrambling letters to learn more about landforms.
Your kids will love making these masks they can use to learn about their five senses.
Help your child learn all about human anatomy with this printable workbook.
Do you know your child's learning style?
Your children's strengths can help them conquer harder concepts.
Do you feel your child's learning personality is being ignored?
Find out the strengths of an auditory learner here.