Interest Level: Grades 5 - 7
Genre: Functional and How-To
Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Genre: Informational Text, Biography and Autobiography
Does your child love food? Your little gourmet will eat up these deliciously good books.
By 6th grade, some children will experience a rush of hormones and bodily changes.
Learn how to support your developing reader during this exciting learning period.
One in five cases of food-borne illness happens in the home. Don’t let germs crash your Thanksgiving table!
Have a calm, honest, age-appropriate conversation with your child about meeting strangers and avoiding potential dangers. Here's how.
From Golden Books to a life-changing book I taught to my own students, here's how books have opened a world of possible for me. Books have been a part of my life for as long as I can remember. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholast...
Here are the books that amazed me as a child, and I have passed them on to my children. I hope that they, too, will get the itchy feet to travel. As a child I loved books that were set in far off places. Allison McDonald Blo...
Here are my family's top ABC reasons for picking up a book, finding a cozy spot, and reading during this crazy time of the year. Here are some reminders of the importance of reading for pleasure. Amy Mascott Blogs Schol...
Try this 10-part plan to help your children develop into readers who read for fun. Try this 10-part plan to help your children develop into readers who read for fun. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader...
Nurture your child's creative expression to encourage learning and laughter.
Create a sanctuary to explore and nurture the natural world — no matter where you live.
Guide your child’s curiosity outdoors and open up a love of science.
Finders keepers: Everything your child needs for art and science projects is at his fingertips.