Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Is your child interested in the weather? These book picks will expand your child's knowledge of the weather while taking her to worlds of drizzles, showers, and storms.
Your middle-schooler will enjoy these tales of ancient civilizations.
Introduce the new season with these wonderful (and sometimes all wet!) books for beginners.
Francie Alexander can help parents calm children's fears with "Bibliotherapy"-- books that help kids learn about hurricanes and what precautionary steps adults take...
Get on the bus for your own exploration adventure!
Help teach your child the importance of being caring and compassionate with these ideas for making a difference.
These activity sheets are sure to teach, as well as entertain.
These free printables are perfect for kids aged 8-10.
Try putting a twist on an everyday event to provide fun, new experiences.
Discover seven ways your child develops creative-thinking skills.
If your preschooler is looking for a challenge, try these advanced books and activities.
These cool outdoor activities will keep kids smiling no matter the forecast.
Try these 7 ideas for keeping kids entertained indoors while it's raining outside. Try these 7 ideas for keeping kids entertained indoors while it's raining outside. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The...
These 13 books about weather are accessible and engaging science reading for all ages. Springtime is a wild time for weather — let’s read about it and learn more! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholast...
Add these fun rhyming reads to your bedtime repertoire (and find out what skills they give your child as well). Nursery rhymes are fun to say and hear, and also build an important literacy connection. Allison McDonald Blogs...
Develop your child's fine motor skills while showing them how dropper painting is lots of fun. This artistic activity will develop your child's fine motor skills while teaching them about fun color mixing. Meghan B...
Can you hear the sound of rain?
Let your creative juices flow with this rainy-day gift.
Sponges offer squishy, squeezy, playful discoveries.
An everyday element that kids can't resist, water provides exciting learning opportunities and extended investigations.
Try this easy science experiment with your child for a fun way to pass a rainy day.
Ask your child to keep a journal of the weather with this printable activity sheet.
Introduce your child to farm animals and food with this printable activity sheet and scavenger hunt suggestion.
This science lesson is the perfect way to spend a day indoors: let the weather inspire you!
Bring the sounds of nature indoors with this fun craft activity.
Cuddle up with your child and an adorable book when it’s too rainy.
Will you be ready when rain drops start falling on your head?
Rainy day? Get outside anyway!