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Find easy science fair projects for kids, learn about the coolest experiments, see our list of science books to inspire kids, and discover hands-on projects that you can do at home.
Even from very young ages, children learn in different ways. By becoming more familiar with your child’s learning profile—the dominant way your child can most easily absorb and understand information—you can best support and...
Don your lab coat and help your child choose a topic that will bring out his best work.
Help your child enter a world of invention, discovery, and learning.
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From brainstorming experiments through practicing presentations, help your child develop the perfect science fair project. From brainstorming experiments through practicing presentations, help your child develop the perfect...
Is your child looking for a science project? Try this idea for a DIY battery. Is your child looking for a science project? Try this idea for a DIY battery. Kevin Goodwin Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholas...
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Toy Fair 2013 showcased an abundance of toys that promote learning in engaging ways. Toys that promote science, storytelling, music, and more. Amy Kraft Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit Scholastic Parents: The...
Get suggestions on how to identify fun and fascinating projects for your child’s 6th grade science class.
Encourage your young child's natural curiosity about the world around him by keeping science-related materials handy.
This easy kitchen experiment is a blast!
To help your family prepare for this stellar light show, try this fun and easy activity that will allow you to safely see the eclipse.
Build your child's vocabulary with this reading exercise.
Does your child want to enter the science fair in school?
It’s science fair time! Help your child be best-in-show.
Don't forget the controlled variables in her science fair project!
Your kid's stuck on independent variables? Make sure there's only one!