Interest Level: Grades PreK - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 0.9
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 2.8
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Genre: Historical Fiction
Share the magic of Harry Potter with a new generation of readers!
Your middle-schooler will enjoy these tales of ancient civilizations.
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Get on the bus for your own exploration adventure!
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Give your beginning reader a boost with lots of shared reading.
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Bring balance back into your child's media diet with these sensible strategies.
Try these ten easy tips to give your baby a head start on the road to reading!
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Get kids to create a timeline of their life.
Help bring the books to life by visiting some of the destinations they read about this summer. They'll come back excited and ready to discover more.
Use these questions to start a discussion with your child about A Dog's Life by Ann M. Martin, a Flashlig
How important is math in your child's everyday life?
Observe your child for a week to figure out where his time goes.
Can cookies have something serious to say about life?
Make a time capsule with your child and create lasting memories.
What rhymes with "up," little pup?