During Pride Month -- or any time of year -- help your older child learn about tolerance, acceptance, and the LGBTQ+ community with these titles.
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Use the We Need Diverse Books Scholastic Reading Club flyer to help your child discover books that reflect traditionally under-represented characters. Use the We Need Diverse Books Scholastic Reading Club flyer to help your...
Why “No, David!” is a must-read picture book for your child. Why “No, David!” is a must-read picture book for your child. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader yes-david...
Start a discussion with your child about what it means to be a good friend with this friendship-inspired word search. Start a discussion with your child about what it means to be a good friend with this friendship-inspired w...
Compassion is demonstrated by brave characters, risk takers, and those who look out for others. Use these rich, diverse picture books to teach your child important life lessons, like the importance of kindness and compassion...
Build your child's vocabulary with this reading exercise.