Interest Level: Grades 9 - 12
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Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
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Introduce your child to beloved chapter books and series and connect them to generations of reading for pleasure.
Whether your family travels this summer or not, there are lots of great books that evoke summertime pleasures, from seaside stays to mountain retreats.
Experts suggest their best bets for pleasure and school reading.
Expose your child to ways he can express gratitude with these titles.
Letting children choose what they want to read helps foster a lifelong love for reading. Here are book lists and resources to help you choose the right books for your child at every age and stage.
Bond over books with your teen.
Try these simple strategies to make reading a lifelong habit for your child.
Try these strategies to keep your busy pre-teen turning the pages.
Keep your fourth grader engaged during summer break with a reading list. Use these suggestions to create a list that caters to your young child's specific interests.
Here are my family's top ABC reasons for picking up a book, finding a cozy spot, and reading during this crazy time of the year. Here are some reminders of the importance of reading for pleasure. Amy Mascott Blogs Schol...
Bringing audiobooks into the mix of reading experiences your kids have has many benefits. Discover 6 reading benefits that come with listening to audiobooks. Maggie McGuire Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic...
Get kids moving, thinking, and hiding each others' books in order to find new spots to read. Make finding a spot to read the game and reading the prize! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Pa...
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...
Make reading part of your child's life.
Share special times today through stories of yesterday.
Help your child learn to love reading and respect books by making reading at home an important and enjoyable part of her
Your teen reads for pleasure and research online.
Before kids share a book with a friend, ask them to have this book review “handy.”
Encourage your children to use this printable to find the next book on their reading list.
Drop everything and read — at home!
Use Halloween to have an autumnal reading check-in with your tween.
Your child can practice reading by recording his own audiobooks!
Let your child pick out their own books.