Interest Level: Grades 2 - 3
Genre: Functional and How-To
Interest Level: Grades 4 - 7
Genre: Functional and How-To, Reference
Interest Level: Grades 2 - 5
Genre: Informational Text
Celebrate this egg-cellent holiday by checking out our favorite Easter picture books for your beginning and pre-readers.
Does your child have a nose for adventure? Geronimo Stilton is perfect for kids aged 7-10.
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Flashlight Readers, an online club for kids who love books, provides you and your child with interactive opportunities to share books and reinforce reading skills in fun and meaningful ways.
Make the story jump off the page and into your presentation.
Find out the skills your child should have by the end of the school year while preparing for 1st grade.
Reading can be improved by making connections with material, building fluency, and understanding meaning. Check out the different ways you can help your child build their reading skills.
Leaves, sweaters, and pumpkins — there's so much to love about fall! Have your child write a silly autumn-themed story with this free printable. Leaves, sweaters, and pumpkins — there's so much to love about fall!...
Enjoy these board books about spending loving and fun time with dad. Enjoy these board books about spending loving and fun time with dad. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a R...
Having trouble getting your child excited about reading? Try these creative ideas to keep your elementary reader turning the pages of a good book. Having trouble getting your child excited about reading? Try these creative i...
Here are a few reasons to pick up that book…again! Have you ever considered rereading a book? It can truly be a powerful and worthwhile experience. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Rai...
Use these questions to start a discussion with your child about "Inkheart" by Cornelia Funke.
"The rocks bring about a wave of kindness that is much needed nowadays," says Texas mom of two Kattie Struhall.
Fifth grade reading helps your children develop life-long skills. Make sure your child has plenty of time to devote to independently reading for pleasure.
These math activities for 6- to 7-year-olds support academic development while also maintaining the playful attitude this age group is known for.
Before kids share a book with a friend, ask them to have this book review “handy.”
Your kids can combine creativity and writing by filling in these blank comic strips with their own unique stories and illustrations.
Your little designer can write and illustrate a real graphic novel with this fun printable.