Interest Level: Grades 5 - 12
Interest Level: Grades 7 - 12
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Middle school can be a stressful time. Share these titles with your tween to let him know he’s not the only one feeling overwhelmed!
Looking for age-appropriate titles for your advanced reader when it’s time to move beyond YA? Check out these suggestions from other parents for the best transitional books.
We asked our Facebook fans to tell us which books with female leads would also be perfect for boys. Here are the most popular responses we received!
Celebrate freedom of expression with your child during and beyond Banned Books Week. Check out these once-challenged books with your independent reader!
Even from very young ages, children learn in different ways. By becoming more familiar with your child’s learning profile—the dominant way your child can most easily absorb and understand information—you can best support and...
The Kids & Family Reading Report is a national survey of kids and their parents exploring attitudes and behaviors around reading books.
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Stock up on the key tools to tackle middle school's tough homework assignments and research reports.
Look it up: how to make the best choices for your kids.
Six picture books with a little potty humor and a lot of laughs. A little potty humor goes a long way to make reading fun. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Walter t...
The Scholastic Book Fairs App helps make picking out the right book for friends and family easier with the push of a button. Let's bring the ole Book Fair into the digital age! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Rais...
Have your 3rd-5th grader use this printable to practice solving multiple choice math problems with more than one correct answer. Have your 3rd-5th grader use this printable to practice solving multiple choice math problems w...
Get kids prepared for media center day so that they don’t bring home the same book every single week. Learn easy ways to get kids thinking about their media center choices before they get there. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic...
Summer’s leisurely pace is a hot time to build your child’s interest in books. Here’s how to do it.
Find just right activities to increase perspective taking, literacy skills, and emotional development in your 6- to 7-year-old
Help your 3rd-5th grade student solve these math questions — and remember, there can be more than one right answer!
Encourage your child to make healthy choices with a fun and crafty make-your-own Astroblast smoothie activity.