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  • These expert-approved apps can help children learn to write. These expert-approved apps can help children learn to write. Gail Lovely Gayle Berthiaume Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Le...

  • What should your kids start writing? Here's what you need to know about how you can support your emerging writer! How to start your kids on the path to forming letters and numbers. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

  • A long-term project like writing to a pen pal is a great way to consistently work on reading and writing. A long-term project like writing to a pen pal is a great way to consistently work on reading and writing. Allison McDo...

  • Sometimes big kids will do anything to avoid putting the pen to paper. Here's how to get them back in the writing game. Believe it or not, kids will put the pen to paper for reasons other than what you might expect. Amy...

  • If your child is a spy-in-training, cryptography is a useful skill to have. If your child is a spy-in-training, cryptography is a useful skill to have. Rebecca Grabman Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholasti...

  • Fans of fairies will adore this stardust writing tray that adds a touch of sparkle to writing and spelling. Fans of fairies will adore this stardust writing tray that adds a touch of sparkle to writing and spelling. Christie...

  • Here are 5 tips to help ease anxiety and keep name-writing practice a fun and positive experience (for both you and your child). Here are 5 tips to help ease anxiety and keep name-writing practice a fun and positive experien...

  • Say "goodbye" to boring letters and "hello!" to fancy, new ones with this book's help. Focus not only on the message being sent but how that message looks — when sending it with Klutz’s new Neon Chal...

  • Get to know the most common steps a child will take toward developing writing fluency. Get to know the most common steps a child will take toward developing writing fluency. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learni...

  • Talk about characters in the story while making connections between letters and sounds. All you need is a pencil and paper for this fun and unique way of talking about characters. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

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