Scholastic's story begins with a four-page magazine in 50 high schools. First published on October 22, 1920, The Western Pennsylvania Scholastic grew to become the cornerstone of the company that is now the world's largest publisher and distributor of children's books and a leader in educational technology and children's media.
Today, Scholastic Classroom Magazines reach more than 22 million students every year. Each of the 29 titles available to educators targets a specific curriculum subject and supports the latest research and standards. Filled with amazing photography, award-winning editorial, and skill-building activities, magazines not only inspire children, but also help educators teach more effectively.
Constantly changing and growing with teachers' needs, Scholastic magazines now also come with robust online supplements to the print magazines, including whiteboard-ready articles, videos, skills sheets, and more. In addition, Teacher's Guides provide step-by-step instructions on effectively incorporating the magazines into the classroom.
Working under the guidance of Scholastic's team of editors, the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps®, a team of students ages 10–14, supports the magazines with reports on current events, politics, entertainment, and sports events from their hometowns across the country. Their stories and videos are available at Scholastic News Online and the Kids Press Corps site and often are published in Scholastic News® and Junior Scholastic® magazines.
The weekly Scholastic News® nonfiction magazines serve grades 1–6 with individual editions that provide students with fascinating visuals, on-level articles, and engaging current events. Scholastic News Interactive is an online supplement, free to all subscribers. Free digital supplements are also available in Spanish for grades 1, 2, and 3!
Junior Scholastic® for grades 6–8 features national and international news stories written just for middle school students. Each article supports the Social Studies curriculum with links to world studies, American history, and geography. Plus a free online supplement allows teachers to utilize their whiteboards while teaching with Junior Scholastic. Online, teachers and students can access digital editions, videos, and other relevant content.
Published in collaboration with The New York Times, this high school current events magazine brings you and your students the latest national and international news. With a unique teen perspective and captivating photography, Upfront® makes events all over the world relevant and exciting for students. Online, teachers and students get free access to videos, digital editions, reference resources, and much more.
Clifford The Big Red Dog® makes learning fun for pre-K students. Everyone's favorite Big Red Dog introduces early learning concepts like seasons, shapes, letters, and numbers. Then on the back of their own little issue, students complete simple exercises that are fun and build skills. Clifford is also whiteboard-friendly with videos, digital editions, worksheets, games, and more on the subscriber website.
Let's Find Out® is an early learning magazine that introduces seasonal subjects in a fun and engaging way. Big colorful pictures and simple text develop crucial early childhood skills. Let's Find Out is also whiteboard-ready with digital editions, videos, printables, and early-learning games just waiting for subscribers online. Spanish edition is also available.
DynaMath® magazine gets kids excited about math by showing them practical, real-world applications. Every high-interest article is paired with practice problems that reinforce the math skills students need for standardized tests. DynaMath comes with amazing teacher support including Teacher's Guides, STEM connections, Common Core alignments, and a complete whiteboard-ready online component. Grades 3–6.
Storyworks® gives educators all of the language arts resources they need to fulfill the Common Core Standards and build strong readers and learners. It can be difficult for teachers to assemble enriching and exciting reading in different genres. That's why every issue of Storyworks is filled with thrilling nonfiction, original fiction by famous authors, read-aloud plays, and much more designed to develop core language arts skills. This grades 3–6 magazine also maximizes classroom technology with a dynamic online component that features videos, skills sheets, and entire multimedia lesson plans.
From wild weather to nature's most outrageous animals, SuperScience® for grades 3–6 captures the "wow factor" of science. Every amazing article features eye-catching photography and connects to the three core curriculum areas of Life, Earth, and Physical sciences. This grades 3–6 magazine also maximizes classroom technology with a dynamic online component featuring videos, games, Common Core worksheets, and much more.
Action® is designed to inspire reluctant teen readers. Each issue is filled with exciting nonfiction on current events, science, history, pop culture, and the challenges of teen life. The features are age-appropriate, but they are written at an accessible elementary school level. With incredible skills support, teachers can start to help students gain confidence and catch up to their peers. Online supplement includes leveled articles, read-alouds, videos, and more.
Scholastic Scope® gives educators all of the language arts resources they need to fulfill the Common Core Standards and build strong readers and learners. It can be difficult for teachers to assemble enriching and exciting reading in different genres. That's why every issue of Scope is filled with thrilling nonfiction, original fiction by famous authors, read-aloud plays, and much more designed to develop core language arts skills. This grades 6–8 magazine also maximizes classroom technology with a dynamic online component that features videos, skills sheets, and entire multimedia lesson plans.
Science World® for grades 6–10 captures science at its most exciting. Every issue features compelling photos, updates on the latest science breakthroughs, Hands-On Science experiments, and features on biology, earth and space science, chemistry, technology, and environmental science. The accompanying online supplement delivers extra science resources like videos, games, and more.
Scholastic MATH® magazine gets kids excited about math by showing them practical, real-world applications. Every high-interest article is paired with practice problems (over 50 per issue) that reinforce the math skills students need for standardized tests. MATH comes with amazing teacher support including Teacher's Guides, STEM connections, Common Core alignments, and a complete whiteboard-ready online component.
Choices® magazine challenges students in grades 6–12 to think more critically about life, culture, and health. Each issue covers bullying, technology, nutrition, substance abuse, and many other topics that are part of a teen's daily life. Choices is also whiteboard-ready with free online content like digital editions, videos, links, and more.
Scholastic Art® magazine introduces students to the masters and the concepts of visual art. Each issue combines art history, contemporary art, careers, and studio art into one of the most flexible art teaching supplements around. Educators of any subject can integrate fine art into their teaching program with Common Core aligned nonfiction that promotes critical thinking and independent learning. Art also helps teachers make the most of their classroom technology with free access to digital editions, videos, interactive debates, and much more. For grades 7–12.
Available in Spanish, French, and German, Scholastic Foreign Language Magazines immerse students in another language. Articles cover teens in other countries and give the language a cultural context. With speaking and listening activities (including free language CDs), magazines support every part of your world language program. Titles include ¿Qué Tal?®, Ahora®, El Sol®, Allons-y!®, Bonjour®, Ça Va?®, Chez Nous®, Das Rad®, and Schuss®.
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