Scholastic Productions is focused on television shows for children. Clifford The Big Red Dog premiered as the successful show on PBS KIDS. This show has constantly ranked as the highest children’s series for ages 2-5 on television. Clifford’s Puppy Days is the spin-off series. This show reveals the stories of young Clifford before he became known as the biggest dog.
I SPY is a series based on the successful book series and debuted on HBO Family. This television series was reverenced with a Daytime Emmy Award and a Parents' Choice Award.
Maya & Miguel is a show dedicated to children ages 5-9. This show debuted on PBS KIDS GO. Maya & Miguel is part of an initiative devised to present the culture and language in learning as entertaining, relatable and worthwhile for all children. Specifically, this show has a distinctive emphasis on the Latino community.
WordGirl is based on the adventures of Becky Botsford on PBS KIDS GO. She is a fifth grader revolved into a superhero. Specifically, Becky uses vocabulary to defeat villains.
The Magic School Bus is an animated series, airing on TLC and Discovery Kids. Scholastic Productions debuted other shows including Dear America and The Royal Diaries, Animorphs, Goosebumps and The Baby-Sitters Club.
Scholastic Productions produced films, such as The Golden Compass, His Dark Materials, The Baby-Sitters Club, The Indian in the Cupboard, Tuck Everlasting, The Mighty, and Clifford’s Really Big Movie.
These television and film productions are viewed by millions of viewers in different languages worldwide.