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  • Whatever the age or personality type, drama encourages children to think creatively and solve problems. Whatever the age or personality type, drama encourages children to think creatively and solve problems. Susan Stephenson...

  • Signs are everywhere. Your kids should know how to read the ones in your neighborhood. They're free, fun, and everywhere—use signs for early reading. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Paren...

  • Each of us can make a difference. If we can help just one or two children, the multiplier effect means that one simple action can make a real impact. Each of us can make a difference. If we can help just one or two children,...

  • Explore this list of random acts of kindness that your kids can use to surprise and delight neighbors. Explore this list of random acts of kindness that your kids can use to surprise and delight neighbors. Christie Burnett B...

  • How long have ice cream trucks been rolling around, and how many cones have they served up? The answer might surprise you in today's math challenge. How long have ice cream trucks been rolling around, and how many cones...

  • What happens when you let a shark borrow your GPS? Find out in this wild problem from Bedtime Math! What happens when you let a shark borrow your GPS? Find out in this wild problem from Bedtime Math! Laura Overdeck Blogs Sch...

  • Map making is a fun way for children to visually express places they know well. Map making is a fun way for children to visually express places they know well. Diana MacKenzie Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit S...

  • Turn your next stroll into a language-building challenge with this fun-for-the-family printable. Turn your next stroll into a language-building challenge with this fun-for-the-family printable. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scholast...

  • Try these ideas to help your family work through the many feelings that may be surfacing surrounding your move. Try these ideas to help your family work through the many feelings that may be surfacing surrounding your move....

  • Here are 12 ideas for ways you can volunteer as a family. Here are 12 ideas for ways you can volunteer as a family. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit ch...

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