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  • Help your kids use their colorful imaginations with this poetry writing printable. Help your kids use their colorful imaginations with this poetry writing printable. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader...

  • Activities revolving around reading and writing poetry motivate our kids to play with language and enjoy it. Activities revolving around reading and writing poetry motivate our kids to play with language and enjoy it. Susan...

  • Rhyming not only focuses on the individual sounds in words, it also allows children to play with those sounds and find other words with them. Try these tips for creating poetry with preschoolers. Allison McDonald Blogs Schol...

  • Help kids get a balanced reading diet by slipping a poem or rhyme into a spare moment of the day. Help kids get a balanced reading diet by slipping a poem or rhyme into a spare moment of the day. Susan Stephenson Blogs Schol...

  • April is Poetry Month, so try performing poetry with your kids using these tips. April is Poetry Month, so try performing poetry with your kids using these tips. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolki...

  • From ‘alliteration’ to ‘verse’ and everything in between! A little reminder for parents who haven't covered poetry for quite some time. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Re...

  • Teach your child that anyone can write a limerick with this fun template! Teach your child that anyone can write a limerick with this fun template! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Rai...

  • A long-term project like writing to a pen pal is a great way to consistently work on reading and writing. A long-term project like writing to a pen pal is a great way to consistently work on reading and writing. Allison McDo...

  • These activities and ideas support early writing skills through art and play. These activities and ideas support early writing skills through art and play. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholas...

  • Just 3-5 minutes of daily writing practice will boost your child's skills and encourage creativity. Just 3-5 minutes of daily writing practice will boost your child's skills and encourage creativity. Bekki Lindner...

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