Scholastic Parent & Child

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Scholastic Parent & Child
Editor-in-Chief Nick Friedman
Categories Parenting
Frequency 9 per year
First issue  1993 (1993-month)
Company Scholastic
Country  United States
Based in New York City
Language English
Website www.scholastic.com
ISSN 1070-0552

Scholastic Parent & Child Magazine is a magazine published by Scholastic. The award-winning magazine was founded in 1993 as Scholastic's contribution to the parenting magazine category. Competitors include Parents and FamilyFun. Parent & Child highlights the following editorial topics: activities and crafts, lesson plans, development, children's health and wellness, birthday parties, family recipes, daycare, school (nursery, preschool, elementary school), reading, testing, friendships, and family time.[1][2][3]

Editorial Sections[edit]

  • Homeroom
  • Animal House
  • Let's Go
  • Take Your Time
  • Fun Finds
  • First Steps
  • Between Parent & Teacher
  • Ages & Stages/Your Tween
  • Health and Wellness
  • We're Cooking!
  • Learning Together Activities
  • Inspiring Words

Staff[edit]

Editor-in-Chief: Nick Friedman
Art Director: Carolyn Veith Krienke
Senior Editor: Samantha Brody
Associate Art Director: Jennie Utschig
Senior Designer: Judy Wong
Copy Editor: Rachael Taaffe
Assistant Editor: Elizabeth Callahan
West Coast Editor: Sarah Goldsmith (JB Talent)

Parent & Child Digital
Digital Manager: Tom Booth
Digital Editor: Megan Hess

Photo Editor: Debbie Cohn-Orbach
Contributing Editors: Carolyn Buchanan, Lambeth Hochwald, Joshua Sparrow, M.D.

President, Consumer and Professional Publishing: Hugh Roome
Vice President, Publisher: Jamie Engel

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