Trick: Try substituting a wrong word and your child might correct you.
These fun seek and find books are full of poems, rhymes, and images certain to entertain your little lady.
Springtime seek and find books are a fun way to motivate your little reader to learn.
We surveyed early childhood experts to create this list of favorite books for preschoolers.
How your child’s early experiences shape his learning success.
Set up learning routines that build language and pre-literacy skills.
Encourage your child's literacy skills, well before he learns to read!
Build pre-reading skills with this scavenger hunt.
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Try these 5 great children's books about the Earth for toddlers and preschoolers. Try these 5 great children's books about the Earth for toddlers and preschoolers. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a...
Reading books and introducing your little one to new words each day helps develop his early reading and literacy skills. Here are 6 activities you can do at home to build preschool-ready language and literacy skills in fun a...
Try this fun way to work on letter sounds and keep lunches fresh and fun all year long. Try this fun way to work on letter sounds and keep lunches fresh and fun all year long. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise...
Three easy activities build writing skills now and prepare your child for school this fall.
How many words can you make?
Explore culture and harmony with rhythm and tunes.
Remember what happened when Little Bunny Foo Foo didn’t listen to the Good Fairy?
This printable activity helps teach the sound of the letter B.
Your kid will love practicing reading skills with this weather-inspired, printable activity sheet.
Learn about your preschooler's increasing sophistication.
Make shopping with your baby an adventure.
Label things around the house to help your child learn words by sight.
Which comes first: the words or the grammar?