Scholastic News

Scholastic News Edition 4 is an award-winning classroom magazine that is read by nearly one million children in schools across America each week. Each 8-page issue is packed with fascinating nonfiction articles, debates, infographics, and more. Scholastic News supports California standards in three key content areas: English Language Arts, History-Social Science, and Science. Indiana State Standards Scholastic News also supports other state standards with a focus on skills that are universal to higher academic standards across the nation. The Scholastic Experience Scholastic has been the market leader of Australian children’s publishing for over 50 years, bringing the joy of reading to multiple generations of Australian families. Scholastic operates on a unique model, proudly partnering with both Australian schools and major retailers. W.O.R.D. is a research-based vocabulary and comprehension program for students in Grades K-5. W.O.R.D stands for Words Open Reading Doors and supercharges comprehension of high-utility words to help your students master the 2500 morphological word families that make up 90% of all text.

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Teachers’ #1 Choice for Current, On-Level Nonfiction. Over 6 million students read Scholastic News every week! See why so many teachers rely on this exceptional magazine to engage their students, build nonfiction-reading skills, and increase content-area knowledge. Scholastic News Is Perfect for At-Home Learning. Send students and families on a remote learning adventure with our flexible and easy to use online resources. Video. Scholastic News Ed. 5/6 Use current events to build language arts skills and content-area knowledge. Made just for students in grades 5 and 6, Scholastic News features high-interest informational texts, standards-based lesson plans, and online features like videos, games, Text-to-Speech, multiple reading levels, and more.

Scholastic Inc. has partnered with the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) to create Heads Up: Real News About Drugs and Your Body. This science-based education series provides teachers and students with innovative materials about the effects of drugs and drug abuse on the brain and body.

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