Interest Level: Grades 4 - 7
Interest Level: Grades 4 - 9
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 2
Stock up on tools to tackle middle school's homework assignments.
Here's a handful of articles to make homework less of a hassle.
Take a peek at some of the major achievements of this age, and get a more in-depth view of the many things that children this age are learning!
While creativity is key, children in this age group also need to learn important research skills for non-fiction writing. Try these activities.
Help your child produce his best work yet with this simple process.
Help your child learn how to read for information.
Does your child have a research report due? Here are key terms he should know.
April is National Autism Awareness Month. How can we better understand and engage children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)? April is National Autism Awareness Month. How can we better understand and engage chil...
As more and more research confirms the importance of regular exercise for children, our kids are actually getting less and less. As more and more research confirms the importance of regular exercise for children, our kids ar...
Here are 3 tips for creating a fun learning adventure for your family vacation. Here are 3 tips for creating a fun learning adventure for your family vacation. Michael Rhattigan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit...
Signs of sleep-related problems may show up in a number of ways with kids, including daytime sleepiness, inattention, poor concentration, and moodiness. Try these 6 tips for helping kids get the proper amount of sleep. Micha...
Find just right activities to increase perspective taking, literacy skills, and emotional development in your 6- to 7-year-old
Spark interest in faraway places by making your own travel brochure!
Test your science facts with everyone's favorite teacher, Ms. Frizzle, from Scholastic's The Magic School Bus.
Ask your kid: What would you need to live on Mars?
Work with your child on developing a solid science vocabulary using this printable activity.
Help your child learn how to conduct research and take notes.
Language skills start at — well, before birth!
Maintaining a rock collection can boost your child's research skills.
Writing should be fun for your youngster — not a chore.