Interest Level: Grades K - 3
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Genre: Comedy and Humor
Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
These fun stories will introduce your preschooler to the planets.
Your independent readers won't want to miss these exciting tales about our planet and the creatures that live on it.
These stories are a great mix of education and fiction. Your 3rd or 4th grader will enjoy learning about life in space and reading about fun space adventures.
Your tween can dive into a whole new realm with K.A. Applegate's epic series about five normal kids with limitless abilities.
There are hundreds of fun ways your kids can work together to protect the planet! Try these activities and books to help your family act green!
Explore free printables for all ages that cover subjects like reading, writing, math and science.
Engage your child in math with these free printables!
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Introduce these fiction and non-fiction books about space and the planets to your middle-school aged child.
Use this guide to help steer your young geologist, meteorologist, or oceanographer along the craggy coast of science.
Use the book and author suggestions below to match the reading level and interests of your preteen.
Connecting with nature helps your child become a protector of the planet and a better learner.
Use these apps to teach your budding scientist about everything from constellations to bird-watching to the weather. Use these apps to teach your budding scientist about everything from constellations to bird-watching to the...
Help your child protect the planet just like WordGirl with this week’s new vocabulary word: recycle. Teach your child about protecting the environment with this week’s vocabulary word. Brian Kraker Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
Discover books and activities for budding environmentalists. Discover books and activities for budding environmentalists. Sonja Cole Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Read-As-Tall-As...
Check out these books for the child who is always thinking about Mother Earth. Celebrate Earth Day EVERY day! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader daily-tips-8-10-learning-a...
Space enthusiasts will enjoy this quick, hands-on experiment.
These space-themed writing activities will inspire and challenge your 11- to 13-year-old.
The magical night sky is the perfect playground for your child's imagination.
Give your child the moon in his room.
Your child will love addition using this science-inspired printable worksheet.
Instill a love of science using this printable activity page based on planets (and Pluto).
This fun, printable math sheet prompts young children to count 18 stars and planets.
Wubbzy helps his garden grow! Encourage your child to get creative with her colors as she fills in the image. Sponsored by Anchor Bay.
Let your child explore the planets (and Pluto) with this printable.
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s a MARTIAN! Make one today.
Celebrate Earth Day with these "green" reads.
Look to the sky for scientific exploration.