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  • Are your kids busy, curious, or fans of adventure? Find a title for everyone on this book list — perfect for young readers three to nine-years-old. Are your kids busy, curious, or fans of adventure? Find a title for everyone...

  • Get ahead of the curve on what your children are learning in math. These 4 streamlined topics will give you the leg up to (finally!) understand what your youngsters are learning in math. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Paren...

  • Here are five simple ways to develop, cultivate, and encourage your children's sense of curiosity. Here are five simple ways to develop, cultivate, and encourage your children's sense of curiosity. (Because those c...

  • Create a set of digit cards at home and watch your child's number sense and love for math grow immensely! Create a set of digit cards at home and watch your child's number sense and love for math grow immensely! Je...

  • Get a handle on these math skills to support your child's learning at home. From addition to geometry, find out the important math concepts your kids will learn in these grades. Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents:...

  • Use boxes of candy hearts to help teach your child valuable math skills. Use boxes of candy hearts to help teach valuable math skills, including counting, sorting, comparing, graphing, fractions, decimals, and percents. Jenn...

  • Get comfortable with these key, game-changing lessons, and learn how to support learning at home. From ratios to equations, this quick refresher on your kids' math will also help you provide support at home. Jennifer Ho...

  • Picture books are great for breaking the ice when tackling tough issues with your children. Use books to talk to your kids about tough issues. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Rai...

  • Kids always want to help out with science projects. Teach your child about a real “helping hand.” Read this "interview" together. Kids always want to help out with science projects. Teach your child about a real “h...

  • Get ahead of your kids’ pre-high school math now — so you can help them with it when they need it later. From number systems to functions, this four point refresher on your kids' pre-high school math will also help you...

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