October 30 is known as “Mischief Night,” an evening typically associated with pranks and shenanigans. Since we want to avoid any trouble, vandalism, and run-ins...Read more
We are so excited to air an exclusive video with Taylor Swift at 1 o'clock ET this afternoon! In this 30 minute video, Taylor talks with kids (and...Read more
An eerie hush has fallen over the halls of Scholastic. Employees are nervously busying themselves, jumping out of their chairs at every little noise, cowering under their...Read more
Looking for something to do this weekend? Plan to make a difference! Tomorrow, Saturday, October 25, 2014 is Make a Difference Day. Make A Difference Day is the largest...Read more
Dick Robinson, Chairman and CEO of Scholastic, discusses the importance of independent reading, reading for pleasure, and connecting children with the right books....Read more
You already know global superstar Taylor Swift is joining us on Ocotber 29th to talk to kids about her love of reading and writing (We. Cannot. Wait.).
Monday blues bringing you down? May I direct your attention to a board on Pinterest that is gauranteed to lift your mood.
Today, Elizabeth Stein, a special education teacher and instructional coach in Smithtown, New York and author of Comprehension Lessons for RTI: Grades 3-5,...Read more
Halloween is right around the corner and Scholastic.com has tons of free resources, ideas and activities for the classroom. To get your students in the Halloween spirit we...Read more
All month, Maya & Miguel will be on OOM weekly to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month! Last time: Mexican art with Miguel; today, we...Read more
This year, October 30th—not the 31st—is hands down the scariest day of the year. (Why the day before Halloween and not Halloween itself?) Because Goosebumps author...Read more
An article entitled 'Is E-Reading to Your Toddler Story Time, or Simply Screen Time?' landed on the front page of The New York Times on Saturday and has since...Read more
As you know by now, global superstar Usher is joining us on November 6th to help children discover the power of reading in a live webcast for schools, ...Read more
Rudine Sims Bishop is an author and professor emerita at Ohio State University. She served on the 1992 American Library Association’s Newbery Award Committee, the 1999...Read more
Did you know parent involvement is a main factor in student success? According to a Primary Sources survey conducted by Scholastic and the Bill...Read more