Interest Level: Grades 3 - 7
Grade Level Equivalent: 5
Genre: Advice and Self-Help, Reference
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Nancy E. Krulik's series about Jenny McAfee and her life as a middle school student is perfect for your tween reader.
Help make sense of adolescence with books that explore everything from evolving friendships to self-reliance.
Use these books to start a conversation with your 6th-8th grader about bullies and bullying.
Whether your child is still a little too young for The Hunger Games or just devours books about other-worldly societies, these dystopian novels are bound to please your middle gra...
Discover strategies and tools for helping your child transition from elementary school to middle school.
Find out when you should reach out to your child’s teacher, how to get in touch, and make sure to build a productive relationship.
Bullying is a main source of violence in school. Parents play a vital role in recognizing signs, supporting courage, and helping their child.
Encourage your child to embrace reading with these free printables.
Watch for these academic milestones while your child is preparing for middle school.
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Get advice from a veteran educator on how to help your child succeed in middle school and beyond.
Encourage progress in your ever more sophisticated and independent reader.
The transition from elementary school to middle school can be tough for many kids, and diving into one of these relatable reads can help. The transition from elementary school to middle school can be tough for many kids, and...
Challenged readers must have books that meet their reading skillset while at the same time cover topics that interest them. Hi-Lo books are the way to go for many older, struggling readers. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Paren...
Before summer reading begins, parents need to know a few things about the books that they hand their kids. Here's a breakdown of middle grade versus Young Adult novels. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Read...
These books act as great Black History Month conversation starters for middle-grade readers. Celebrate Black History Month with some powerful reads. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Ra...
Summer’s leisurely pace is a hot time to build your child’s interest in books. Here’s how to do it.
Get suggestions on how to identify fun and fascinating projects for your child’s 6th grade science class.
Suggest these STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activities to your 11- to 13-year-old.
There are so many fun activities and lessons to be learned from Shakespeare, beyond simply reading his books.
Staying positive is the best defense to middle school challenges.
Create a scavenger hunt for your child and her friends.
Memorial Day isn't just a day off from school.
Use books to talk about bullies and bullying with middle schoolers.