Interest Level: Grades PreK - 3
Interest Level: Grades PreK - K
Genre: Functional and How-To
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Genre: Informational Text, Poetry, Songs, Verse
Whether your family travels this summer or not, there are lots of great books that evoke summertime pleasures, from seaside stays to mountain retreats.
These books are a great way to enjoy classic fairy tales.
Celebrate freedom of expression with your child during and beyond Banned Books Week. Check out these once-challenged books with your independent reader!
We asked, and our Facebook fans answered. Check out a list of classic books for kids your child will love to read, and reread.
Motivate your kids with our great book recommendations, foster a love of reading during the summer months, and keep your child's skills sharp all year long with The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge.
Get on the bus for your own exploration adventure!
Card and board games are fun ways for preschoolers to learn social skills.
Try these simple strategies to help your preschooler give and take cheerfully.
Amidst the flurry of friends, homework, and hormones, your pre-teen may not feel like reading. Keep her interested and on track with these tips.
Help turn common discipline problems into teachable moments.
A visit to the Children’s Museum of Phoenix inspired me to think big when giving my kids a space to build. Try these innovative ideas to turn a bedroom into an epic fort-building play room. Amy Kraft Blogs Scholastic Parents...
Imagine how excited your children will be to publish their own books! Imagine how excited your children will be to publish their own books! Gail Lovely Gayle Berthiaume Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholast...
What Valentine's Day memories do you cherish with your child? Check out these incredibly heartwarming Valentine's Day moments from real parents like you. What Valentine's Day memories do you cherish with your...
Strengthen your child's fine motor skills or work on practicing early literacy skills while breathing life into an old favorite game. Make a simple game really count. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader...
Try these simple activities to lift your family's mood on a long winter day.
Find out how to sustain a passion for numbers as kids move on to trickier math concepts.
Read and write with your child to build literacy.
Guide your child’s curiosity outdoors and open up a love of science.
An important lesson for your two-year-old: learning to take turns.
Turn dinner into a time to share what you're currently reading.
Discover what your child can learn from dolls and action figures.
How will you keep the kids occupied this winter?