Interest Level: Grades 2 - 3
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades K - 3
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
What happens when post-apocalyptic Chicago meets science-fiction? These books have your answer!
These reads will help your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade boys gain a better understanding of themselves and others.
Follow Katniss on a futuristic adventure for teen readers (ages 12 and up) by Suzanne Collins.
The National Book Award recognizes outstanding books by U.S. authors. Check out this list of winning titles from the young people's lit category!
Learning to fib is an important step in your child's development.
Reform a little lying by tweaking old discipline tactics to fit new circumstances.
Aggressiveness, not listening, talking back: your fix for every age and stage.
Help turn common discipline problems into teachable moments.
Here's a language refresher on homophones: words that sound alike but are spelled differently – and have different meanings. Here's a language refresher on homophones: words that sound alike but are spelled differe...
Parents shared their favorite space books for kids and these top 10 are out of this world! Parents shared their favorite space books for kids and these top 10 are out of this world! Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents: R...
Your 3rd-6th grader will love these animal-focused titles! Whether your child loves reading about monstrous sharks or minuscule mice, these titles are perfect for the animal-lover in your home. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic P...
Teach your child the importance of truthfulness with these five picture books. Teach your child the importance of truthfulness with these five picture books. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholasti...
A life-size collage shows off your child's special traits.
Clouds can inspire creativity.
Find fast ways to introduce your child to the wonders of nature.
Get tips for talking about Holes by Louis Sachar with your child.
This springtime, look at the sky, relax, and learn with your baby.
Try reading this book aloud or in tandem.
Do you see that faraway object? Make binoculars with your child.
What secret does the garden hold? Dig it up!