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FREE World Read Aloud Day Resources from Scholastic Digital 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 Digital 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 Digital 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.