Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 3.5
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 3.3
Genre: Poetry and Rhymes
Interest Level: Grades PreK - 1
Genre: Functional and How-To
Taking advantage of the world of sounds is a wonderful way to help young children develop their listening skills.
Create a home atmosphere that encourages communication.
Use audio books to bring life and depth to your child’s reading experience.
Effective communication relies on a basic set of conventions. Children who make and keep friends have mastered these necessary social skills.
Here are seven ways to help your littlest learners develop their early communication skills. Here are seven ways to help your littlest learners develop their early communication skills. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents...
Let’s give audiobooks a little bit of the love they deserve. Often overlooked, audiobooks are well worth your time. 5 reasons to listen to one today! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: R...
Use Earth Day as an opportunity for your children to organize and facilitate change-- reading and writing along the way! Make Mother Earth happy with kid-centered clean-up and change. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Ra...
Start reading the newspaper with your kids today and watch the learning grow exponentially. The newspaper is an often-overlooked tool for learning and fun. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Pare...
Which side is right?
Author and performer Donna Washington shares age-appropriate storytelling tips.
This time-tested game is great when you're traveling with a group of kids. Helps cure the boredom blues and keeps the noise to a whisper!
Remember what happened when Little Bunny Foo Foo didn’t listen to the Good Fairy?
Your child will warm up to this reading and writing mini book that explores the world of winter words.
Having a “conversation” with your baby? Slow way down.
Give her the words to describe what she's hearing.
What did she say, again? Be your baby’s interpreter.
Respond to baby’s babble. But not every baby babble.