Growing up as a kid, few things had more influence on me from an early age more than Scholastic. The name is synonymous with school and learning, but also what I like to think of as fun education. When they approached me about advertising their Scholastic Mini-Books, I knew immediately that it was going to be a quality teaching product that not only will help kids learn, but also let them have some fun while doing it.

What are Scholastic mini books? They are a interesting teaching tool that let’s kids learn about a wide variety of subjects, from things like how our government works, to famous people like Abraham Lincoln and Harriet Tubman. What makes these mini books so fantastic is that while the books provide some details about the person’s life or information about a given subject, they also draw upon the kids to learn the rest of the information and fill it in for themselves. These would be great for teachers, stay at home parents who wants some extra curricular learning for their children or home schooled kids.

In the modern day and age of the internet and so much viral information being out there, Scholastic has found a way to keeps books and traditional learning relevant and fun. Many of these mini books include other activities like coloring and mind puzzles to add even more brain stimulation to a growing child’s mind. These are exactly the kinds of things I would have loved in early education and when I was a kid we actually made similar things up. I’m impressed and pour to have Scholastic sponsoring this post because I can honestly say that the products that Scholastic puts out, including this series of mini books can help forge a child’s mind to good, correct and useful knowledge that can last a lifetime.

These books range from fiction, non-fiction, biographies and so much more. Teamed up with Scholastic, the sky is the limit with education. For more information check out the Scholastic Mini Books Website.

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