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  • Have your kids dreamed of being taller and louder? This MAKESHOP Show blog teaches kid-makers and their parents how to create sound stilts. Looking for a hands-on project to do with your kid? This blog teaches kid-makers and...

  • Here are a few things to keep in your back pocket to help get kids 'unstuck' during read alouds. Learn what parents can say when kids get 'stuck' and won’t even try to read words aloud. Amy Mascott Blogs...

  • Get to know the most common steps a child will take toward developing writing fluency. Get to know the most common steps a child will take toward developing writing fluency. Bekki Lindner Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learni...

  • If your child is having major difficulties learning to read, one of these learning disabilities may be a factor. Find out more about them. If your child is having major difficulties learning to read, one of these learning di...

  • Play this simple reading game with your 4-6 year-olds while reading bedtime stories. Teach early reading skills to your emergent readers with this simple bedtime reading game. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

  • Help your child practice reading skills while playing these fun, family board games. Help your child practice reading skills while playing these fun, family board games. Jodie Rodriguez Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Read...

  • Rhyming not only focuses on the individual sounds in words, it also allows children to play with those sounds and find other words with them. Try these tips for creating poetry with preschoolers. Allison McDonald Blogs Schol...

  • The best way to help kids learn the alphabet is, in my opinion, via fun and games. Here are some resources you might like for your youngsters. The best way to help kids learn the alphabet is, in my opinion, via fun and games...

  • Try this fun way to work on letter sounds and keep lunches fresh and fun all year long. Try this fun way to work on letter sounds and keep lunches fresh and fun all year long. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...

  • It’s hard to know what to say when kids struggle with reading out loud, but fluency practice can actually be a lot of fun. Let’s do what we can to grow fluent readers! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Sch...

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