Last year, Scholastic and the non-profit organization We Need Diverse Books™ partnered to bring a special edition flyer featuring curated titles to schools.
Scientists at the University of California, Davis, issued a report in the summer of 2015 that included an estimate of what the state’s severe drought had cost its...Read more
In Our Feeds: the Hogwarts IT guy, books for shelter dogs, and Lin-Manuel Miranda continues to be amazingFebruary 26th, 2016
Every Friday, we share a handful of links that we found funny, provocative or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a great weekend!
Since last summer, Kid Reporters from the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps, the country’s oldest and largest student reporting program, have been hitting...Read more
Thank you to everyone who participated in World Read Aloud Day 2016. We hope you will continue to read aloud to children in your life every day.
Today is World Read Aloud Day! If you haven’t made plans yet, don’t worry, we’ve compiled some of our favorite free resources and activities for you.
Yesterday, Scholastic, along with literacy experts, authors, and educators Pam Allyn and Donalyn Miller, held a Twitter chat about ways parents and teachers can prepare...Read more
Kwame Alexander, Pam Allyn, Carmen Agra Deedy, Barrington Irving and Lester Laminack were just a few of the inspiring speakers, authors and literacy champions who spoke to...Read more
Last week Donalyn Miller shared the critical importance of reading aloud to children.
Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but the entire month of February is for lovers—library lovers that is!
“Picture books are healing in a way, and they help kids deal with the world. And they’re funny and they’re entertaining and they’re all the things that good art...Read more
Tuesday, February 9th marked the date of the New Hampshire primary -- the first primary in the nation! Our intrepid team of Scholastic News Kid Reporters...Read more
Donalyn Miller, a teacher, author, and friend of Scholastic, stopped by to share her thoughts on
Research from the Kids & Family Reading Report has shown that 83% of children (ages 6-17) enjoy reading aloud at home as a fun, special activity to do...Read more
Let's be honest: February can be a little bleak. Maybe a professional change would help! If you’re interested in books, literacy and education, you might be a great fit...Read more
This has been a big week for US politics! Twelve-year-old Lilian Jochmann, one of 35 Kid Reporters in the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps, traveled to...Read more
A new year means a new crop of books for us here at Scholastic. We recently sat down with two of our editors, Preeti Chhibber and David Allender, to record a podcast...Read more
Mark your calendars! February 24 is World Read Aloud Day.
The Harry Potter Magical Creatures Coloring Book has arrived! Relive the magic and get your color on here.
Last night my sister sent me a video of my 6-year-old niece reading out loud from her favorite new book.
Election Day might be 292 days away, but the 2016 Presidential Election is currently at the top of everyone’s minds! As the Republican and Democratic candidates campaign...Read more
Quality time is how I would describe the days that I spent the ALA Midwinter meeting earlier this month. Days that I walked around the convention center with a badge that...Read more
It’s no surprise that kids love to imitate exactly what they see their role models do, whether it’s their parents, coaches, teachers or anyone important in their lives.
This weekend the U.S. celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Scholastic.com is rich with resources to help you reach and teach kids of all ages. Here's a roundup of...Read more