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  • Add some animals into your life with this cool, colorful art activity. In this creative art project, your kids will create colorful hanging artwork using stamps, paint (and just about anything else they want!). Diana MacKenz...

  • Valentine's Day is the best time of the year to have fun with rhyme. Try these twists on an old fave. Help your kids create sweet sayings for the ones they love. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scho...

  • Blend fun with learning using these creative sites and apps with your kids. Blend fun with learning using these creative sites and apps with your kids. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholast...

  • Are you swimming in empty plastic water bottles? Your child can use them to create art. Before you throw your plastic water bottles into the trash, try letting your child use them for this creative printmaking project. Diana...

  • This kid-friendly craft is a good way to explore the art of weaving, while providing some shade during the sunny weather months. This kid-friendly craft is a good way to explore the art of weaving, while providing some shade...

  • In this super fun science experiment, your kids will find out how no two fingerprints are alike. In this simple activity, kids discover quite a few fascinating facts about fingerprints, and what function they play in their l...

  • When parents ask me what they can do at home to help their children become stronger in math, my answer is always "count!" The importance of counting has grown immensely over the years. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholast...

  • Teach your child (and yourself) about surface tension with just three household ingredients. Explore the scientific concept of surface tension with milk, food coloring and dish soap. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: Th...

  • Kids can get their hands (and fingers) dirty with these awesome coloring books. Kids can get their hands (and fingers) dirty with these awesome coloring books. Amy Kraft Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholas...

  • Get moving and learning with this simple twist on an old playground game. Try this familiar game with a new twist! Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Rhyme Tag blog p...

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