Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 3.8
Interest Level: Grades 9 - 12
Genre: Informational Text
Honoring the "most distinguished contribution to American literature for children," these Newbery winners are some of the best chapter books available.
A fantastic list of fun (and many unknown) reads by Eric Carle–featuring animals, friendship, adventure and more!
Check out this list of favorite books that inspired big time Hollywood movie adaptations.
Your crew doesn't have to search high and low for affordable entertainment. Try these simple ideas you may be overlooking.
Help your child stay creative as he grows.
Between 3rd and 5th grades, many kids become less interested in reading for fun. To keep your child interested, try these everyday ways to encourage a positive and fun attitude toward language.
You've got the sharpened pencils and stylish sweaters. What else will your child need to survive?
Music is a key element in bringing up happy, creative children. Music is a key element in bringing up happy, creative children. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning...
Boy, oh boy! Boys are plentiful in these series featuring smart, young male detectives. These top mystery series for boys feature males cracking the case! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Paren...
Try this 10-part plan to help your children develop into readers who read for fun. Try this 10-part plan to help your children develop into readers who read for fun. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader...
Try these fun ways to incorporate literacy into the magic and anticipation of the holidays with your child. Try these fun ways to incorporate literacy into the magic and anticipation of the holidays with your child. Bekki Li...
Through music and movement, your child discovers new ways to express his thoughts, ideas, and feelings.
There are so many fun activities and lessons to be learned from Shakespeare, beyond simply reading his books.
Suggest these STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) activities to your 11- to 13-year-old.
Your 11- to 13-year-old will love going back in time to explore the universe with these activities.
Reframe this popular misconception about practicing a new skill.