Interest Level: Grades PreK - 1
Grade Level Equivalent: 1.5
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 3.2
Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Genre: Historical Fiction
Join Charlie and his friends in this exciting series!
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Your little one will enjoy reading these "daddy and me" stories on Father's Day — or any day!
Pre-readers will get a kick out of these fun-filled stories.
Encourage your preschooler's innate creativity with these 13 tips.
Expand your child's horizons with regional reading, we have suggestions from booksellers across the U.S.
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Teach your child about how people used to tell time long ago.
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Boost critical thinking skills by putting a fun, scientific spin on daily routines.
Keep the learning going all summer long with these fun warm-weather activities.
Get your children into science with this printable activity sheet.
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A rainy day is an opportunity to create shadow stories.