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  • Music is a key element in bringing up happy, creative children. Music is a key element in bringing up happy, creative children. Susan Stephenson Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The Learning...

  • Reading books and introducing your little one to new words each day helps develop his early reading and literacy skills. Here are 6 activities you can do at home to build preschool-ready language and literacy skills in fun a...

  • Your child's reading journey begins at birth. Here are activities to help on your child's road to literacy. Your child's reading journey begins at birth. Here are activities to help on your child's road t...

  • From strings to brass, singing to performing, your music-loving 5- to 8-year-old will love these titles. If your child loves music, then these titles for 5- to 8-year-olds will hit the high notes. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholasti...

  • So what can parents do to help? The number one thing is to read to our kids, right from when they're babies. So what can parents do to help? The number one thing is to read to our kids, right from when they're babi...

  • A child's ability to interact with an app should be an important part of your decision. A child's ability to interact with an app should be an important part of your decision. Gail Lovely Gayle Berthiaume Blogs Sch...

  • Oral storytelling itself is a great way to improve children's oral fluency and help them understand concepts that underpin literacy and literature. Oral storytelling itself is a great way to improve children's oral...

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