Genre: Functional and How-To
Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 2.5
Celebrate freedom of expression with your child during and beyond Banned Books Week. Check out these once-challenged books with your independent reader!
These books celebrate the special relationship between kids and their fathers.
Don't miss getting to know this "almost 6" year old!
In this fun series for ages 8-10, new student Olivia Abbott discovers that she has an identical twin who happens to be a vampire.
Get resources, grade-by-grade guides, book lists, printables, and tips for homeschooling success.
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...
Help your child prepare with these test-taking tips.
Determine whether your child is taking too many tests (or too few).
Follow these steps to help your child prepare for her next spelling test.
Get the 11 best test-taking tips for you and your child.
Try these 3 teacher-tested strategies to make learning fun throughout the entire summer for your kids. Try these 3 teacher-tested strategies to make learning fun throughout the entire summer for your kids. Michael Rhattigan...
Build a device that lets you test the conductivity of materials using a speaker. Build a device that lets you test the conductivity of materials using a speaker. Kevin Goodwin Blogs Scholastic Parents: The Learning Toolkit S...
Have your 3rd-5th grader use this printable to practice solving multiple choice math problems with more than one correct answer. Have your 3rd-5th grader use this printable to practice solving multiple choice math problems w...
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...
Find out how to sustain a passion for numbers as kids move on to trickier math concepts.
3, 2, 1 . . . take off! Use our template to create a Styrofoam car and test out Newton’s Third Law of Motion.
Good for cooking, craft projects, and more, apples offer the possibility for fun and delicious learning.
Make a traveling exhibition of your most prized works.
Give your child this printable reading practice test on phonics, grammar, and more.
Practice spelling, vocabulary, and grammar with your child while exploring the great outdoors.
Help your child prepare for tests by making up his own assessments.
Take the time to review any incorrect answers on your child’s tests.
When your child shows signs of test anxiety, help calm her down.
Show your child how to beat test anxiety.