Listen & Read: Animals & Food
11 short nonfiction stories that your early readers can hear and see as they read along.
- Grades: PreK–K, 1–2
With audio and photo support, your young students will learn how animals like alligators and kangaroos grow up, how an apple goes from a blossom to their table, and how a range of animals survive in the wild. These 11 short, entertaining articles from Scholastic News boost early reading skills and support differentiated reading and ELL students. Explore 47 Listen & Read stories in our complete collection.
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Find out how arctic foxes flourish in a land where few animals survive. This brief story features text, audio, and photos of foxes with their kits.
Discover why bats are so helpful and amazing — and not at all scary — in this read-aloud that includes words like fruit, groom, harmful, and nocturnal.
Early readers check out record-setting insects, like the cicada, while reading along to this story that features text, audio, and images.
Travel to Japan to see how snow monkeys live and how they got their name. This playful read-aloud features the words "monkeys," "climate," "snowball," and "cuddle."
In this nonfiction read-along story, early readers discover how tide pools are created and the captivating creatures that call them home.