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FREE World Read Aloud Day Resources from Scholastic Magazines+

Grades 2-12

Celebrate World Read Aloud Day on February 3rd with these fun read-alouds. This free collection of fiction and nonfiction give every student the chance to experience the joy of reading to others. 

FREE World Read Aloud Day Resources from Scholastic Magazines+

Grades 2-12

Celebrate World Read Aloud Day on February 3rd with these fun read-alouds. This free collection of fiction and nonfiction give every student the chance to experience the joy of reading to others. 

FREE World Read Aloud Day Resources from Scholastic Magazines+

Grades 2-12

Celebrate World Read Aloud Day on February 3rd with these fun read-alouds. This free collection of fiction and nonfiction give every student the chance to experience the joy of reading to others. 

Fiction: The Storm

Annie and her mom feel alone in their new home. Then a storm changes everything. Read this short story with your second graders OR use our text-to-speech feature to have the text read aloud to your students.

Grade: 2

Source: Storyworks 2

Included Teaching Resources: Vocabulary Slide Show and step-by-step lesson plan.

 

Nonfiction: Bionic Beasts

Share this amazing story of an engineer who helps animals walk again.

Grades: 3–6

Source: SuperScience

Included Teaching Resources: Video, Scientific Inquiry activity sheet, online engineering game and here's your answer key.

Nonfiction: A Color for Everyone

Empower your students with Bellen Woodard's powerful story about how she provides children with diverse skin-colored crayons.

Grade: 4

Source: Scholastic News

Included Teaching Resources: Videos, Close-Reading Questions, skill sheets and here's your answer key.

Play: Newsies

Give your students the chance to act out this classic read-aloud drama.

Grades: 6–8

Source: Scope

Included Teaching Resources: Background knowledge video and slideshow plus text-to-speech feature.

Debate: Should You Get a Day Off for Activism?

Discuss the pros and cons of getting an excused absence for 'civic engagement' with this debate prompt.

Grades: 6–12

Source: Choices

Included Teaching Resources: Close Reading Questions, Vocabulary Skill Sheet, a quiz, and more! Here's your answer sheet.

 

Nonfiction: Cute But Deadly

Meet four adorable animals with unexpectedly dangerous adaptations with this biology article.

Grades: 6–10

Source: Science World

Included Teaching Resources: Video, Reading Comprehension Skills Sheet, Paired Text Activity and here's your answer sheet.

Nonfiction: Princess of Polka Dots

Introduce your students to Yayoi Kusama, a contemporary artist who overcame many obstacles and rose to international fame.

Grades: 7–12

Source: Scholastic Art

Included Teaching Resources: Sketchbook Starter skill sheet.

Fiction: The Storm

Annie and her mom feel alone in their new home. Then a storm changes everything. Read this short story with your second graders OR use our text-to-speech feature to have the text read aloud to your students.

Grade: 2

Source: Storyworks 2

Included Teaching Resources: Vocabulary Slide Show and step-by-step lesson plan.

 

Nonfiction: Bionic Beasts

Share this amazing story of an engineer who helps animals walk again.

Grades: 3–6

Source: SuperScience

Included Teaching Resources: Video, Scientific Inquiry activity sheet, online engineering game and here's your answer key.

Nonfiction: A Color for Everyone

Empower your students with Bellen Woodard's powerful story about how she provides children with diverse skin-colored crayons.

Grade: 4

Source: Scholastic News

Included Teaching Resources: Videos, Close-Reading Questions, skill sheets and here's your answer key.

Play: Newsies

Give your students the chance to act out this classic read-aloud drama.

Grades: 6–8

Source: Scope

Included Teaching Resources: Background knowledge video and slideshow plus text-to-speech feature.

Debate: Should You Get a Day Off for Activism?

Discuss the pros and cons of getting an excused absence for 'civic engagement' with this debate prompt.

Grades: 6–12

Source: Choices

Included Teaching Resources: Close Reading Questions, Vocabulary Skill Sheet, a quiz, and more! Here's your answer sheet.

 

Nonfiction: Cute But Deadly

Meet four adorable animals with unexpectedly dangerous adaptations with this biology article.

Grades: 6–10

Source: Science World

Included Teaching Resources: Video, Reading Comprehension Skills Sheet, Paired Text Activity and here's your answer sheet.

Nonfiction: Princess of Polka Dots

Introduce your students to Yayoi Kusama, a contemporary artist who overcame many obstacles and rose to international fame.

Grades: 7–12

Source: Scholastic Art

Included Teaching Resources: Sketchbook Starter skill sheet.

Fiction: The Storm

Annie and her mom feel alone in their new home. Then a storm changes everything. Read this short story with your second graders OR use our text-to-speech feature to have the text read aloud to your students.

Grade: 2

Source: Storyworks 2

Included Teaching Resources: Vocabulary Slide Show and step-by-step lesson plan.

 

Nonfiction: Bionic Beasts

Share this amazing story of an engineer who helps animals walk again.

Grades: 3–6

Source: SuperScience

Included Teaching Resources: Video, Scientific Inquiry activity sheet, online engineering game and here's your answer key.

Nonfiction: A Color for Everyone

Empower your students with Bellen Woodard's powerful story about how she provides children with diverse skin-colored crayons.

Grade: 4

Source: Scholastic News

Included Teaching Resources: Videos, Close-Reading Questions, skill sheets and here's your answer key.

Play: Newsies

Give your students the chance to act out this classic read-aloud drama.

Grades: 6–8

Source: Scope

Included Teaching Resources: Background knowledge video and slideshow plus text-to-speech feature.

Debate: Should You Get a Day Off for Activism?

Discuss the pros and cons of getting an excused absence for 'civic engagement' with this debate prompt.

Grades: 6–12

Source: Choices

Included Teaching Resources: Close Reading Questions, Vocabulary Skill Sheet, a quiz, and more! Here's your answer sheet.

 

Nonfiction: Cute But Deadly

Meet four adorable animals with unexpectedly dangerous adaptations with this biology article.

Grades: 6–10

Source: Science World

Included Teaching Resources: Video, Reading Comprehension Skills Sheet, Paired Text Activity and here's your answer sheet.

Nonfiction: Princess of Polka Dots

Introduce your students to Yayoi Kusama, a contemporary artist who overcame many obstacles and rose to international fame.

Grades: 7–12

Source: Scholastic Art

Included Teaching Resources: Sketchbook Starter skill sheet.