Interest Level: Grades 3 - 6
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 2
Genre: Informational Text
Engage your child in math with these free printables!
Use this guide to help steer your young geologist, meteorologist, or oceanographer along the craggy coast of science.
Teachers share science by taking advantage of children's innate curiosity about the world.
If your 6- to 7-year-old is looking for a challenge, try these advanced books and activities.
P&C tech expert Warren Buckleitner, Ph.D., editor of Children’s Technology Review, picks the best numbers apps for kids.
Teach your kids how real rockets fly through the atmosphere with this cool activity. Paper straw rockets are small but mighty — demonstrating just how real rockets fly through the atmosphere. Liz Heinecke Blogs Scholastic Pa...
In this celebration of making and DIY, inspire your kids to learn new skills, invent new things, and imagine amazing possibilities for the future. Maker Faire is a playground for family discovery, learning, and entertainment...
In this super fun science experiment, your kids will find out how no two fingerprints are alike. In this simple activity, kids discover quite a few fascinating facts about fingerprints, and what function they play in their l...
Your young scientist will love discovering how yeast grows and creates bread in this fun experiment. Your young scientist will love discovering how yeast grows and creates bread in this fun experiment. Liz Heinecke Blogs Sch...
How much water does it take?
What kinds can your child find?
They're one-of-a-kind — and tasty, too!
Discover the surprising strength of an eggshell.
Encourage your child to use math skills to calculate take-home pay.
Help your child understand the concepts of profit and loss with this printable worksheet.
Show your little one different aspects of nature with this fun science-inspired printable -- then color in the items together!
Support your child's math skills development using this printable activity sheet.
Practice percentages the next time you tip at a restaurant.
Show your kids that math is everywhere!