Interest Level: Grades PreK - 3
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 2
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
From gripping stories of survival to tales of winters long ago, these chapter books will warm up your independent reader's season.
Whether capturing meaningful moments or taking a laugh-out-loud look at holiday icons, these books inspire sugar-plum dreams.
Delight in white weather and Arctic adventures just right for your little winter wonderer.
You and your child can celebrate cold weather days with easy-to-read books that showcase the season's coolest scenes.
Find indoor and outdoor activities, book lists, printables and more to keep your kids learning all winter long.
We've got ideas for rainy day projects and outdoor adventures.
We have advice, gift ideas, family activities, and book suggestions below to help you make this holiday season sparkle and all of your celebrations shine.
These cool outdoor activities will keep kids smiling no matter the forecast.
Try these shiny new suggestions for kids tired of snowmen and snowball fights!
Kindergartners begin to recognize and become aware of time.
If your child is staying at home this summer, learn to create an at-home camping experience.
These 13 books about weather are accessible and engaging science reading for all ages. Springtime is a wild time for weather — let’s read about it and learn more! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholast...
Cozy up with your kids and get them reading with wintertime books and movies. Get kids' attention with season-switching books! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader summ...
Make the holiday season full of cheer — and math! Make the holiday season full of cheer — and math! Jennifer Hogan Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit advent-calendar-with-...
Don't let reading take a back seat this holiday season! Here are 5 ideas for reading tasks over Winter Break. Can your child complete them? Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise...
Your child can turn her favorite natural environment into a great gift.
A blizzard of playful activities that you can do outdoors and in.
Whoosh! This great craft will teach your child the power of a summer breeze.
Stimulate visual learning with this shiny homemade treasure.
Show your little one different aspects of nature with this fun science-inspired printable -- then color in the items together!
Learn about all things weather-related in this illustrated title.
Celebrate the four seasons with this fun art activity.
Summer, fall, winter, spring: making a calendar.
Where should you stash out-of-season clothes as the weather shifts?