Early Reading | Jobs, Careers, Work | Neighborhood Life
From the firefighter to the veterinarian, community workers describe their jobs in read-along books.
Flowers | Photosynthesis | Plant Classification | Plant Structure | Plant Survival and Adaptation
These activities help students understand photosynthesis, gymnosperms, angiosperms, plant cells, plant adaptations, and more.
Data Analysis | Measurement | Weather Forecasting
Welcome to the Weather Lab! Students get hands-on by building and experimenting with six tools that meteorologists use every day.
Estimation | Number Sense | Teaching with Technology
Students will learn about six key concepts, including pace value, number lines, and expanded notation, through these fun activities.
Cycling | Science | Addition and Subtraction | Charts and Graphs | Grammar and Punctuation
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Using Scholastic’s interactive map, students can trace 500 years of Spanish influences on the Americas, from the Caribbean to California.
Use this fun interactive activity to help students analyze characters in any book and create scrapbook pages they can print.
In this online activity that boosts reading and writing skills, students get to interview Ben Franklin as reporters for Scholastic News.
Take a tour of Ellis Island, explore an interactive immigration timeline, and meet young immigrants in this online activity!
Scholastic offers students the unique opportunity to explore this historical landmark through text, audio, video, and photos.
This interactive tool creates quick writing prompts to help young students delve into creative writing.
Early readers practice identifying words with short-vowel sounds as they complete sentences in this fun Clifford Interactive Storybook.
Fun activities that let students go inside nine popular and highly-taught books.
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