Parents: Raise a Reader Blog
Introducing two new blogs from Scholastic Parents! In the Raise a Reader blog, get reading help for kids of all ages. In the Learning Toolkit blog, get quick and easy tips for supporting your child’s learning at home.
Help your child make a do-not-disturb door sign you can be proud of -- one for quiet reading time! Our #RaiseaReader blog has more.
Our #RaiseaReader blog continues our meet-the-author series with the author of the " Dork Diaries" books. Click to learn more about Rachel Renee Russell.
Have a child who is obsessed with tech? Our #RaiseaReader blog has books that will interest him or her. Click for more.
Your child isn't into reading books this summer? Our #RaiseaReader blog shares other ways to sneak in reading. Click for more.
Find your child a pen pal to encourage reading, writing, and patience. See our #RaiseaReader blog for more.
Help kids learn about a favorite author. Our #RaiseaReader blog starts with Mary Pope Osborne, author of The Magic Tree House series. Click for more.
A rich vocabulary helps a child learn to read. Our #RaiseaReader blog has 5 ways to build your child's vocabulary. Click for more.
Keep kids reading by getting them hooked on a book series. Check out our #RaiseaReader blog for 3 super-sneaky ways to get your kids hooked on a book series. Click for more.
What exactly are sight words and why does your child need to learn them? See our #RaiseaReader blog for all you need to know.
Play "Alphabet Detectives" with your child -- a simple game to enhance letter recognition and formation. Find out more in our #RaiseaReader blog.
Even toddlers and preschoolers can be writers! Our #RaiseaReader blog shows you how to help them get started. Click for more.