Interest Level: Grades 2 - 5
Genre: Classics, Horror
Interest Level: Grades 1 - 4
Genre: Fairy Tales, Folk Tales, Fables
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Learn how to make DIY story stones to enjoy imaginative storytelling with your child. Learn how to make DIY story stones to enjoy imaginative storytelling with your child. Christie Burnett Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a R...
This quiz is a must for all Harry Potter experts. Can your kids identify the speaker in the 15 quotes below? Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader who-said-it-harry-potter-qu...
Your pre-reader can develop literacy skills using this step-by-step art and storytelling activity. Your pre-reader can develop literacy skills using this step-by-step art and storytelling activity. Christie Burnett Blogs Sch...
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Crossing the ABC river.