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  • For your child's vocabulary to grow bigger and stronger, you have to feed it daily with new words!

  • Look it up: how to make the best choices for your kids.

  • Equip your child with educational resources to tackle homework assignments. Provide educational resources at home at home to satisfy his curiosity.

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  • Download these curated apps for your elementary and middle school kids to promote literacy and problem-solving skills. Download these curated apps for your elementary and middle school kids to promote literacy and problem-so...

  • Try this simple game with your beginning reader. Try this simple game with your beginning reader. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader That's My Word blog image Be...

  • Help your children practice spelling, create games, learn vocabulary, and more with these learning apps and websites. Help your children practice spelling, create games, learn vocabulary, and more with these learning apps an...

  • Turn your family game night into a word-a-palooza. These games will get your family using words in a whole new way! Turn your family game night into a word-a-palooza. These games will get your family using words in a whole n...

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  • Writers use different literary techniques, poetic forms, and sound patterns to create rich imagery and emotional connections with readers. Use this glossary to inspire your budding poet.

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