Interest Level: Grades PreK - K
Genre: Poetry, Songs, Verse
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Tune your little one's ears to the magical cadences of rhyming tales.
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Discover a world of rhythm, rhyme, and free verse with engaging collections and novels for your middle readers.
Discuss the illustrations in these gorgeous picture books.
Help your children read, write, and share poems.
The I SPY books feature riddles by Jean Marzollo and photographs by Walter Wick, and are great for emerging, eagle-eyed readers.
Find ways to encourage family read-aloud with quick tips, fun activities, and book recommendations for kids of all ages.
Encourage your child to embrace reading with these free printables.
Learn how nursery rhymes help children learn to read.
Find fast ideas for introducing your baby to books.
These engaging activities help build the foundation for reading.
Don't hesitate, reading together is one of the best ways to spend time with your tiny tot.
Do you love rhyming? Then give a poem a home in today's challenge from Bedtime Math! Do you love rhyming? Then give a poem a home in today's challenge from Bedtime Math! Laura Overdeck Blogs Scholastic Parents: The...
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...
Make any time a good time for rhyme games. Rhyming is a super skill-builder for kids of all ages, and you can fit rhyme in just about any time of the day! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Paren...
Valentine's Day is the best time of the year to have fun with rhyme. Try these twists on an old fave. Help your kids create sweet sayings for the ones they love. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scho...
Beginning reader in the house? Find everyday ways to help him connect letters and sounds.
Take advantage of these sleuthing activities to engage your young agent.
Paint pictures with words and bring language to life.
Try this super summer reading project: study an author who celebrates a summer birthday.