Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Grade Level Equivalent: 4.2
Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Interest Level: Grades 8 - 12
Genre: Informational Text
Follow mischievous siblings Eric and Julieta in this bilingual Spanish-English series.
Three siblings find a magical parallel world in this fantasy series for middle grade readers. Plus, check out the Beyond the Spiderwick Chronicles series.
Introduce your kids to the world of Judy Blume.
Is your family going through big changes as a result of a divorce or separation? Share these stories with your kids to help them understand family-related stress.
Bullying is a main source of violence in school. Parents play a vital role in recognizing signs, supporting courage, and helping their child.
Sibling rivalry is common among kids, but these suggestions can help you teach them to cooperate and — could it be? — form a lasting friendship.
It's tough for kids to grasp why it's not their own birthday yet.
Help brothers and sisters learn to get along better with only a minimum of bickering.
Help your child handle following in his big brother's or sister's footsteps at school.
Your kids will love the siblings in these books who can be loving or competitive, and fast friends or fierce enemies. Your kids will love the siblings in these books who can be loving or competitive, and fast friends or fier...
Try these tips and book suggestions to help your family get ready for the new baby. Try these tips and book suggestions to help your family get ready for the new baby. Allison McDonald Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reade...
Brothers and Sisters Day is May 2nd – start reading to celebrate! 15 children's books to celebrate brothers and sisters. Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader Scholastic Parents: Raise a Reader siblings a...
You aren't the only person your child can read to. Here are 6 different types of reading buddies for your kids. You aren't the only person your child can read to. Here are 6 different types of reading buddies for y...
How much water does it take?
Get kids to create a timeline of their life.
Invite your child to bury an imaginary treasure, then make a simple map and provide clues to its location.
My favorite color is blue like sky — which relative am I?
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.”
Jumpstart your child’s creative writing with this comic-strip-themed printable based on the graphic novel "Sisters" by Raina Telgemeier.
Two siblings at the same school? Help promote their individualities.
Tired of sibling squabbles? Discover ways to curb them.
Be all about sibling harmony on Brothers and Sisters Day.
Do a family activity on Brothers and Sisters Day.