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Scholastic News<sup>®</sup> Grade 2

Scholastic News®

Grade 2

Cross-Curricular
 

Price per student

$4.75

Filled with high-quality nonfiction and amazing photographs, Scholastic News introduces your second graders to essential science and social studies concepts. Meticulously designed to meet Common Core Standards, this print and online teaching supplement comes with lesson plans, skills pages, and informational texts that work together to help you develop proficiency in key areas of the Common Core. Grade 2, Weekly.

100 Words Kids Need to Read

100 Words Kids Need To Read

Grades 1–3

Language Arts
 

Price per book

$1.99

100 Words Kids Need to Read grade-specific student workbooks give children the sight-word practice they need to build reading fluency.

Map Skills For Today<sup>®</sup> Workbooks

Map Skills for Today

Grades 1–6

Geography
 

Price per book

$4.95

These practice books introduce students to a wide variety of maps and geography terms. 48 pages of up-to-date maps and map analysis activities make Map Skills for Today the most fun and engaging way to build critical geography skills and introduce students to the world.

Must-Know Math® Workbooks

Must-Know Math Workbooks

Grades 1–6

Math
 

Price per book

$1.99

Must-Know Math workbooks are packed with high-interest activities that help students master key math concepts for grades 1–6.

Scholastic News Nonfiction Readers<sup>®</sup>

Scholastic News® Nonfiction Readers

Grades 1–2

Cross-Curricular
 

Price per set

$89.00

Get students in grades 1–2 excited about reading with Scholastic News Nonfiction Readers–colorful paperback book collections that cover a range of exciting science and social studies topics.

Science Spin<sup>®</sup> Grade 2

Science Spin®

Grade 2

Science
 

Price per student

$0.99

Science Spin for Grade 2 is ONLY AVAILABLE AS AN ADD-ON to Scholastic News Grade 2 subscriptions. Each month this supplementary magazine brings colorful, real-world science and the latest science news into your class.