Interest Level: Grades PreK - 3
Interest Level: Grades K - 1
Genre: Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 2.5
Lull your little one to sleep with these soothing stories.
Share these not-too-spooky children's books with your baby or toddler.
Tune your little one's ears to the magical cadences of rhyming tales.
These tactile board books will welcome your baby's fingers and eyes.
Keep your kids reading with our guide to great book lists, book-related articles, and activities for children aged 0-2. These essential resources will encourage your kids to love reading and address the age and reading levels...
In just a few months, your baby will be off to school! Ensure a seamless transition with our parent-tested resources.
Use this guide to learn about the development and books and resources that help the development of your 0- to 2-year-old.
Use these book lists, activities, blogs and more to help you and your family incorporate storytelling into your reading routines.
How many board books, rhyming books, or participation books have you added to your baby’s book shelf? Do you have books that cover all of the developmental stages of your child at this age? Take this short quiz to understand...
What a baby’s first smile really means, and other little-known factoids.
Strengthen your child's vocabulary and memory with this animal-matching game.
Lay the foundation for literacy development by providing your baby with visual stimulation.
Try this game with your baby's next play date.
Simple tips to help new parents establish reading as a family from the start. Simple tips to help new parents establish reading as a family from the start. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic...
What my favorite 4-, 2-, and 1-year-old are reading right now: the mix may surprise you. Sometimes, the most random books make your kids' favorite list. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Pa...
Give your children a book every Valentine's Day to help develop their love for books. Give your children a book every Valentine's Day to help develop their love for books. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents:...
Introduce your littlest ones to fine art, literature, music, and food with these cool board books. Introduce your littlest ones to fine art, literature, music, and food with these cool board books. Allison McDonald Blogs Sch...
What can a baby do with a cup? Give him a few and let the creativity flow.
Foot puppets encourage a mini workout and introduce your baby to new animal friends.
Strike your baby’s musical chord with songs, rhythms, and beats.
Introduce the world of numbers while your baby enjoys her snack.
Foster your child’s creativity with this super coloring sheet. Inspired by "Super Diaper Baby 2" written by the characters George and Harold from the Captain Underpants series.
Do this sweet joint activity and then read Caroline Jayne Church’s lovable board books, “I Am a Big Brother” and “I Am a Big Sister.”
Your little Captain Underpants fan will love this silly coloring sheet.
Encourage kids to get creative with this coloring sheet. Inspired by "The Adventures of Ook and Gluk" written by the characters George and Harold from the Captain Underpants series.
Body of work: a book about your baby’s perfect form.
Who doesn’t love books featuring baby owls?
Today’s bedtime book choice: baby's sleepy face.
Try fun baby books like "Where Is Baby’s Belly Button? "
Great books that big kids can read to their baby brothers or sisters.
Get a jump on handmade holiday gifts with our cozy felt crafts!
Watch shows on Netflix based on your child’s favorite books.