We have some exciting news for K–6 educators… The Scholastic Leveled Bookroom 4.0 is currently being packed up at our warehouse and is almost ready to ship!
This new comprehensive literacy resource combines high-quality, leveled books with print and digital instructional materials to support educators. Leveled Bookroom 4.0 increases student access to a wide-range of reading materials, with 6,000+ authentic texts, containing both full-length, leveled popular books and engaging Guided Reading Short Reads for close-reading lessons. Additional educator resources are included within each customizable bookroom to help manage time in the classroom and facilitate small-group instruction.
To kick off the Leveled Bookroom 4.0 launch, we’re hosting a contest!
K–6 school educators in the United States have the opportunity to win a whole-school literacy transformation, including a free Leveled Bookroom 4.0, by entering the Whole School Transformation Contest.
HOW TO ENTER: Tell us how the new Leveled Bookroom 4.0 will help transform reading instruction and student & teacher engagement, and how it will help your school reach and exceed your literacy goals.
Learn more and submit your entry for the Whole School Transformation Contest online at: www.scholastic.com/lbr4free.
One Grand Prize Winner in the Whole School Transformation Contest will receive:
- Leveled Bookroom 4.0 for Grades K–6 featuring over 6,000 leveled texts
- Two full days of professional development
- Scholastic Classroom Magazines for grades K-6 Including:
- Let’s Find Out for grade K (20 copies)
- Scholastic News for grades 1–5 (20 copies each grade)
- Scholastic Summer Literacy Event Night for grades K–5
- Full Day Learning Supports, including:
- Learning Supports 101 Awareness (3 hour workshop)
- Learning Supports Topic Workshop (3 hour workshop)
Deadline to enter is May 31, 2017. Contest only open to school educators of grades K–6 who are residents of the 50 United States, age 21 and older. For a full list of prizes, download the official rules.
We can’t wait to see the creative ways you plan to transform literacy at your school! Looking for more information about how to create a strong literacy plan in your district? Check out the blog post "Access to Books Is at the Heart of a Strong Literacy Plan" by Chief Academic Officer for Scholastic Education, Michael Haggen.