Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 2
Genre: Functional and How-To, Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 7
Grade Level Equivalent: 7.5
Genre: Informational Text
Delight in the springtime with picture books featuring gardening, flowers, and nature's beauty.
Take an adventure in education with The Magic School Bus with these books that bring science to life.
How did apple trees come to America? Your child can find out with these books.
These books celebrate the special relationship between kids and their fathers.
Find easy science fair projects for kids, learn about the coolest experiments, see our list of science books to inspire kids, and discover hands-on projects that you can do at home.
There’s a world of learning in the garden.
Refresh your memory on the branch of science that deals with the wonders of life.
Gather the gang and get dirty with a fresh crop of family garden activities for the cooler weather.
Spark your child's interest in science with these seven steps to successful studies.
What do vampires and plants have in common? Let your kids find out in this colorful experiment. Teach your kids about the scientific force that keeps plants alive in this creative experiment. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Pa...
Use real leaves to craft colorful prints in this fun and easy kids' art activity. Use real leaves to craft colorful prints in this fun and easy kids' art activity. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learnin...
Plant or animal – why not both? Branch out into something beautiful-- and lively-- in today's Bedtime Math challenge! Plant or animal – why not both? Branch out into something beautiful-- and lively-- in today's Be...
Since it's summer, pair some learning with outdoor fun, so that kids don't even realize they're learning. Since it's summer, pair some learning with outdoor fun, so that kids don't even realize they&...
Create your own indoor-outdoor world with this easy project.
Watch how water spreads through a plant.
Bring the outside in with this preservation project.
Create a sanctuary to explore and nurture the natural world — no matter where you live.
Make a grasshead out of an old nylon stocking! You can create a one-of-a-kind personality, just like you.
Teach your child about different flower varieties while encouraging creativity with this coloring worksheet.
Help your child explore science with this nature-based printable minibook.
Get your child’s hands dirty by planting a summer garden.
From seed to seedling to plant: teaching how plants grow.
The root (or plant) of it: learning about vegetables.
What a melon! Try this seed-planting experiment this summer.