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  • Learn how to take your preschooler out for a word, shape, color, or nature scavenger hunt. Learn how to take your preschooler out for a word, shape, color, or nature scavenger hunt. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: Th...

  • Share these books with your young reader, along with simple science activities to complement each title. Share these books with your young reader, along with simple science activities to complement each title. Jodie Rodrigue...

  • Use nature's palette to inspire your child's next art project. Use nature's palette to inspire your child's next art project — letting artist Andy Goldsworthy lead the way. Meghan Burch Blogs Scholastic P...

  • This easy-to-make pinpoint solar viewer will allow your children to safely observe the next eclipse. This easy-to-make pinpoint solar viewer will allow your children to safely observe the next eclipse. Liz Heinecke Blogs Sch...

  • Don't let fall pass you by—make every day count with our Family Fun Fall Bucket List! Read, count, observe, and listen your way through fall this year! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Par...

  • From shadow play to observing the weather, explore a round-up of easy, fun Groundhog Day activities you can do with your child. From shadow play to observing the weather, explore a round-up of easy, fun Groundhog Day activit...

  • Share these fun and engaging books about the fascinating little critters of the earth with your early and beginning readers. Share these fun and engaging books about the fascinating little critters of the earth with your ear...

  • These squishy, shriveled eggs are a wonderfully gross Halloween decoration — and an intriguing science activity, too! These squishy, shriveled eggs are a wonderfully gross Halloween decoration — and an intriguing science act...

  • Teach your child how to use cranberries to write a secret message in this fun science experiment. Teach your child how to use cranberries to write a secret message — and discover the science behind the experiment. Liz Heinec...

  • Here are some ways to include learning activities in your family's summer bucket list. Here are some ways to include learning activities in your family's summer bucket list. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

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