Activities for all ages, CCSS-ready lesson plans, and more.
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Teach students about the wonders of winter weather with these awe-inspiring experiments.
Try these multisensory strategies to prepare students for learning.
Make reading class feel like recess with hands-on activities for early learners.
6 activities to teach manners and feelings to young learners.
Activities to get kids ready for (safe) summer fun from Instructor Magazine.
Make math, phonics, and music come alive with activities to commemorate Presidents’ Day.
Pair books and activities to get kids thinking about habitat, hibernation, and migration.
Improve students' phonics, fluency, and vocabulary skills with these engaging poetry activities.
Take a cue from Dr. Seuss, get on a Magic School Bus, and Skype for Read Across America Day on March 3.
Engage students in hands-on learning with these six easy-to-make projects.
Use much-loved children’s books for real-world math activities with a cross-curricular twist.
4 core-ready lesson plans to introduce students to informational texts and key text features.
Reflect on lessons learned and friendships made with activities that wrap up the year from Instructor Magazine.
Kids have strong opinions about everything from school rules to the clothes they wear. Put their ideas to work writing persuasive pieces.
Get ready, get set, get reading with these nifty activities and other ideas to improve reading comprehension skills.
Teach kids the power of language—and meet Core standards—with these activities for National Poetry Month and beyond.
Make multiplication stick with these activities that reinforce automatic fact retrieval.
Help students build vocabulary and deepen comprehension with engaging word activities.
Four simple go-to activities to keep students calm, focused, and motivated in your classroom.
6 core-ready writing activities to help you get to know new students and meet ELA standards.
Common Core-ready lesson plans to develop public speaking skills from Instructor Magazine.
Human sundials, windowsill trash, and other creative, hands-on science experiments
Math skills become that much more meaningful when students use them to do good.
The election season offers a fresh reason to incorporate current events into your lesson plans.
5 easy ways to check in with students before and after lessons
Go beyond raising a hand with teacher-tested strategies for getting students involved in class discussions and collaboration.
Integrate technology across the curriculum—while meeting Common Core.
Underline the importance of taking great notes with thoughtful activities for reading class.
Beloved YA authors Avi, Blue Balliet, Walter Dean Myers, Jennifer A. Nielsen, and Lauren Tarshis share their best advice for your middle school writers.
Celebrate the school year and keep students engaged with hands-on group projects from Instructor Magazine.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with these poetry lesson plans.
Pair rich activities with key “firsts” in black America.
Turn book-shy kids into some of your most avid readers.
There’s a just-right activity for every kid’s learning superpower.
The editors of SuperScience and Science World magazines share their favorite student-centered science experiments.
Hands-on “craftivities” to extend learning across your curriculum.
Math expert Marilyn Burns talks Common Core practice standards with Instructor.
Teacher-tested ideas to help you meet the new Common Core anchor standards.
20 new titles to satisfy every interest and keep students reading all summer long from Scholastic Instructor.
Key strategies to prevent the summer slide and help kids discover the power of a good book from Instructor Magazine.
As more K–8 programs focus on science, technology, engineering, and math, teachers are finding that chaos creates learning opportunities.
CCSS activities that bring literacy lessons into the science lab.
Whether you’re teaching science, social studies, or writing, integrating the arts will deepen students’ understanding.
You asked, we answered. Our experts weigh in on your biggest questions about ELA Common Core.
Your students may not be able to vote (this time around!), but these activities will show them what it means to be a good citizen.
Help your students figure out why they aren’t getting math concepts.
Think informational text = boring? Reinvent your reading lessons with dinosaurs, artists, and geologists!