Scholastic News magazine brings kid-friendly current events into the third grade classroom with colorful photos, high-quality nonfiction, and skill-building activities. Every issue is designed to meet Common Core Standards with informational texts of varying complexity, close reading questions, and activities that build higher-order thinking-skills. Grade 3, Weekly.
The only newsmagazine written specifically for fourth graders, Scholastic News connects current events to your curriculum. Student issues include important news items, vocabulary and geography skill builders, reading comprehension questions, and standardized test preparation. Subscriptions (10 or more copies) include Teacher's Guides and access to our comprehensive digital learning tool, Scholastic News Online. Grade 4, Weekly.
Scholastic News supports your curriculum with weekly current events. These informational texts come in a wide range of formats and lengths to give students the rich reading experience required by the Common Core Standards. There’s no more affordable or effective way to make the news relevant to students while building reading, writing, and critical-thinking skills. Subscriptions include a wealth of teaching tools, including Teacher's Guides and FREE access to whiteboard-ready online resources. Grades 5–6, Weekly.
Junior Scholastic seamlessly blends current events articles with in-depth middle school social studies instruction. Every issue connects today’s headlines to geography as well as American and world history. The magazine also supports Common Core Standards with complex informational texts, essential vocabulary, and close-reading questions. In addition, FREE Online Resources enhance the print magazine with digital editions, videos, printable skills sheets, and more. Grades 6–8, Biweekly.
Upfront makes current events relevant to your students with national and international news adapted from The New York Times for a teen audience. In addition, this high school newsmagazine helps you incorporate Common Core Standards into your lessons with complex informational texts, “Core Ideas” writing prompts, and thought-provoking discussion questions. The magazine also comes with FREE Online Resources, including digital editions, videos, and printable skills sheets. Grades 9–12, Biweekly.
This 32-page skills book covers the history and events of the Holocaust while teaching your students about the historical and potential consequences of prejudice and hate.
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.