Interest Level: Grades 1 - 7
Genre: Functional and How-To, Informational Text
Interest Level: Grades 2 - 5
Interest Level: Grades 9 - 12
Get in the giving spirit with these Thanksgiving books for first and second graders.
Your 8- to 10-year-old will get into the Valentine's Day spirit with these fun humor-filled series books.
Develop your young grade-schooler's arithmetic ability with books that take a creative approach to teaching basic math concepts.
Help your early readers explore the history, traditions, and culture of Native Americans.
Find Thanksgiving-themed crafts, recipes, books and activities for keeping your kids busy on Turkey Day and teaching them to give thanks.
We've got ideas for rainy day projects and outdoor adventures.
Turn your kitchen into a letter-learning lab: try these delicious alphabet lessons to feed both your child's tummy and mind!
Move over, soccer. Kids are whipping up all kinds of extracurricular fun with these exciting activities!
After reading "The Piggy in the Puddle" by Charlotte Pomerantz try making this delicious chocolate treat.
Your kid might be reading books and e-books, but what about audiobooks? Here are 5 ways audiobooks can boost kids' reading skills.
These books, complete with fun, kid-friendly recipes, will inspire your child to discover the joy of cooking. These books, complete with fun, kid-friendly recipes, will inspire your child to discover the joy of cooking. Jodi...
Kids can help in so many ways and learn along the way. Follow these easy steps to get the next generation involved this year! Meal preparation is a great time for recipe-reading and learning! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Par...
If you've invited too many people to your BBQ, you might be feeling the heat. Try these math challenges to keep everyone from "flipping out." If you've invited too many people to your BBQ, you might be fe...
Try these 5 ways of making reading recipes — and making memories — easy for your family. Try these 5 ways of making reading recipes — and making memories — easy for your family. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Rai...
Read "Chicka Chicka Boom Boom" by John Archambault and Bill Martin Jr. and try making these delicious pops.
Start a well-rounded education by making kids your kitchen helpers!
Cook up some summer fun with this fruity, bright pink treat!
Spice up learning (and your family meals!) by inviting your child to cook with you.
Cook with your kids and they’ll learn more than recipes!
Start tonight: Invite your child to the kitchen for some cooking fun!
Discover math and science learning opportunities in your kitchen.
Let them wash, let them roll, let them measure two pints tall.
These colorful salad recipes introduce loads of new flavors.
Annabel Karmel has exciting new ideas for this lunchtime staple.
Annabel Karmel shares sweet and savory snacks for a spooky shindig.