Does your classroom use Scholastic Classroom Magazines?
Each year, nearly 25 million teachers use our "class mags" for instruction. With subjects ranging from math, to literacy, to civics education, it's easy for teachers to find a magazine best suited for their students, and get fast access to lessons and activities, both in print and online.
Below are some great tweets we've seen recently of Classroom Magazines in action, including Scholastic News, Scholastic Action, Let's Find Out, Storyworks, and more!
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Reading non-fiction narratives in our @Scholastic Storyworks magazines today and learning how to summarize. Finding key ideas and retelling them is an important skill for #lifelonglearners! @hcpss_cces @hcpsselemla pic.twitter.com/6Wk43cEggx— Mrs. Haube (@MrsHaubeCCES) October 4, 2018
Text feature scavenger hunt! Using our Scholastic News we found specific ones, took pictures, and added them to our PowerPoint. @CastlemanCreek @Scholastic #ccepride #thisiscce @brpage12 pic.twitter.com/8b0HoOTs44— Rachel Edson (@MsEdsonCCE) October 4, 2018
I love when @Scholastic StoryWorks,Jr. ties in to our ELA standards! Students read through the play and then made a wordless book for each scene to understand how important that illustrations are for identifying characters, settings and plots! #RREngage pic.twitter.com/rftjv3Fsqy— Christy Daugherty (@MrsDaugherty2nd) September 28, 2018
When you get to preview your first #Storyworks ever!! These 4ths were so excited!! Already enthralled by @laurenTarshis and all the great articles we can’t wait to dive into! pic.twitter.com/ktJFC9RhnO— Ms. Taddeo (@MsTads_SoFourth) October 2, 2018
Using Scholastic News to find numbers in the news during math today! Miss A. has a personal connection to the article about Puerto Rico because she traveled there to help with hurricane relief! pic.twitter.com/rfwCC3l4Zm— Room 11 Thirdies (@Room11thirdies) September 18, 2018