Interest Level: Grades K - 2
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Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
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Mathematics is an extremely important subject that provides learners with many important tools. Get the basics here so you can help your child.
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Kids always want to help out with science projects. Teach your child about a real “helping hand.” Read this "interview" together. Kids always want to help out with science projects. Teach your child about a real “h...
These great romance novels make great gifts to young teens on Valentine's Day. These great romance novels make great gifts to young teens on Valentine's Day. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reade...
Set a great example to get your kids reading, with these short, but powerful, titles for parents. Set a great example to get your kids reading, with these short, but powerful, titles for parents. Allison McDonald Blogs Schol...
Try these suggestions for making repeat read-alouds fresh and fun for you and your toddler. Repeat read-alouds can get tiresome; try these suggestions for making them fresh and fun for you and your toddler. Allison McDonald...
Roll the dice and add them together to see which number comes up the most.
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Create some edible drama.
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Challenge your kids to a logic puzzle.
The shape(s) of things to come.
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Rev up your engines with a good-morning-vehicles book.