Interest Level: Grades 4 - 6
Interest Level: Grades 7 - 10
Interest Level: Grades 9 - 12
Genre: Mystery and Suspense, Realistic Fiction
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Money gets tight as we put the squeeze on in today's challenge from Bedtime Math! Money gets tight as we put the squeeze on in today's challenge from Bedtime Math! Laura Overdeck Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learn...
Sometimes putting one flavor with another can have unexpectedly delicious results. Count some tasty combos in today's challenge from Bedtime Math! Sometimes putting one flavor with another can have unexpectedly deliciou...
How can you win a race while standing still? Just twiddle your thumbs over some keys at lightning speed! Add up some taps in today's math challenge. How can you win a race while standing still? Just twiddle your thumbs...
Your child will love this playful and open-ended way to make marks and layer colors. Your child will love this playful and open-ended way to make marks and layer colors. Diana MacKenzie Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning...
After reading "Mouse Paint" by Ellen Stoll Walsh, try making these delicious parfaits with your child.
Make this simple rhythm maker to get a party started.
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Bring your family together to celebrate the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival.
Your kids’ grades depend on an optimal amount of rest and food.
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Prepare your child for her first guitar lesson.