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raise-active-readers-amy-mascott-blog
by Amy Mascott
Reading is an active process, but some kids need to make it even more hands-on. Try these suggestions to help change your child's reading method.
tic-tac-toe-amy-mascott-blog
by Amy Mascott
Strengthen your child's fine motor skills or work on practicing early literacy skills while breathing life into an old favorite game.
black-history-month-middle-grade-books-amy-mascott-blog
by Amy Mascott
These books act as great Black History Month conversation starters for middle-grade readers.
volunteering-mlk-amymascott-blog
by Amy Mascott
Each year, many people around the country spend time in January volunteering and helping others. Why not try it with your family this year?
january-check-in-amy-mascott
by Amy Mascott
School success is often a home, school, and student partnership. Make sure that each person is doing his or her job!
by Amy Mascott
From A to Z, we have your New Year Reading Resolutions covered!
by Amy Mascott
Reuse holiday giftwrap for bookmarks, bookplates, and reading logs.
talk-tween-books-blog
by Amy Mascott
Books are a great bridge to conversation with your tween. Here are the three best times to talk to him or her.
best-books-2014-blog
by Amy Mascott
Here's a list of the best children's books of the year, and why you and your child will love them.
cool-books-for-crafty-kids-amy-mascott-blog
by Amy Mascott
Craft books today aren't even close to what they once were—most come with everything young crafters need from start to finish!

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