Interest Level: Grades 3 - 5
Genre: Functional and How-To
Interest Level: Grades K - 2
Grade Level Equivalent: 2.9
Interest Level: Grades 4 - 8
Genre: Informational Text
Whether your family travels this summer or not, there are lots of great books that evoke summertime pleasures, from seaside stays to mountain retreats.
Whether your grade-schooler is going away or camping in the backyard, these tales will inspire them - they may even tell their own stories around the campfire.
Whether at the beach, in the park or in their room, these exciting tales will place your tween on the road to adventure.
These fun stories will introduce your preschooler to the planets.
Find Thanksgiving-themed crafts, recipes, books and activities for keeping your kids busy on Turkey Day and teaching them to give thanks.
Join Clifford, the Big Red Dog, for games, activities, and fun!
Get resources, grade-by-grade guides, book lists, printables, and tips for homeschooling success.
An age-by-age guide to which books on tape you should pack for long trips.
Create your own bingo cards to pass the hours on the road.
Help your child learn about the 50 states — and get relief from the backseat boredom.
Introduce these fiction and non-fiction books about space and the planets to your middle-school aged child.
Use these children's books to prepare your toddler or preschooler for your next airplane ride. Use these children's books to prepare your toddler or preschooler for your next airplane ride. Allison McDonald Blogs S...
These books may seem out of the ordinary, but we're betting they'll rope your kids into a reading-filled summer! Reading in any form counts-- and your kids will love these gems! Amy Mascott Blogs Scholastic Parents...
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...
Your iPad, tablet, or smartphone can be a great addition to your summer travel adventures. Your iPad, tablet, or smartphone can be a great addition to your summer travel adventures. Gail Lovely Gayle Berthiaume Blogs Scholas...
When you journey far from home, take learning on the road with you!
This time-tested game is great when you're traveling with a group of kids. Helps cure the boredom blues and keeps the noise to a whisper!
Spark interest in faraway places by making your own travel brochure!
Imagine becoming a world traveler with an individualized storybook.
Work with your child on developing a solid science vocabulary using this printable activity.
Your child can take a trip to France by coloring in this Parisian printable featuring this well-known landmark.
Considering a family vacation? Find out the learning benefits.
It’s important to help your child think globally.
Hear hear! Find out how audiobooks benefit your child’s reading.
Help your child estimate your arrival time.