It takes a variety of resources to encourage reluctant students to get in the habit of lifelong reading.
There is a magazine for every interest and a newspaper in every town. Encourage your students to find the right resource for them.
Classroom Tip: Encourage students to stay current by looking for sections that appeal to their interests. Most papers have daily and weekly sections including sports, entertainment, lifestyle, science, the arts, business, not to mention regional, national and international news and politics.
A Magazine for Every Interest
Scholastic Classroom Magazines
Scholastic offers magazines that address many interests and curriculum requirements. Titles like Science World, Scope, The New York Times Upfront, Choices, and Scholastic ART are just a few of the great magazines you'll find.
National Geographic (monthly) mixes geography with award-winning photojournalism to promote the world's cultural, historical, and natural resources.
Can't get enough technology? Wired (monthly) covers new technology and how it shapes our society.
Classroom Tip: Scholastic Classroom Magazines and other titles of interest are a great way to foster lifelong reading. Invite debate into the classroom with news magazines or use any of them as motivation for independent reading.