Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 3
Share these titles with your little one who loves all things Barbie.
Prep your kid for a good night's sleep with these nighttime favorites.
BOB Books are tailored for the stages of reading development and offer your child a step-by-step guide through early reading.
Whether your reader is a sports fanatic, or just an avid book-lover, she'll enjoy these biographies filled with awe-inspiring stories and fascinating facts.
Use these book lists, activities, blogs and more to help you and your family incorporate storytelling into your reading routines.
These free printables are perfect for kids aged 8-10.
We've got ideas for rainy day projects and outdoor adventures.
Kick-start your child's creativity with these book-based activity kits.
Help your child learn without stifling confidence or turning reading time into a chore.
Try these ten easy tips to give your baby a head start on the road to reading!
Help your child develop courage and confidence.
Try these easy steps to bolster your child's reading skills.
Make your long holiday car ride go much faster with these 5 tips. Follow these 5 steps to make on-the-go reading easy and fun for everyone, including the adult in the driver's seat! Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Par...
Discover six simple ways to get your kids' doing their reading homework without a fight. Use these six simple suggestions for getting your kids to do their reading homework. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Ra...
Spring into action and get ready now to read all summer long. Spring into action and get ready now to read all summer long. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader home li...
Want to help your child take one more step towards independent reading? Try our "Read and Draw" movie activity. Having your child draw pictures while your read a story is a great step towards independent reading. A...
Introduce your child to the world of letters, sounds, and words with our 6 activity tips.
Make your child's book collection an essential part of her environment.
Stomp! Make your own fossil.
Find out how to sustain a passion for numbers as kids move on to trickier math concepts.
Clean off those bookshelves and find the 2016 reads your child missed.
Help your child learn classroom words with this printable activity.
Step into a fairy tale with “Whatever After: Fairest of All.”
Goals and lists are good. Reasonable expectations are even better!