My students need Scholastic News Magazines. These magazines provide a well rounded curriculum as we use them during guided reading weekly to work on reading strategies and skills while learning about current events.
First grade is a magical age! We have 20 young learners that enter our classroom everyday with smiles on their faces and are eager to learn. We are an active bunch that requires carefully planned cooperative learning activities, appropriate brain breaks, student choice, and one enthusiastic teacher on her toes!
You will not find a classroom with more spunk, kindness, and empathy than ours.
We realize we all learn in very different ways and have learned to accept and utilize our differences. Please help our friends become immersed in a yearlong weekly nonfiction magazine that focuses on science, social studies, and current events.
Scholastic News is a great way to bring current events into the classroom!
This product provides so many outstanding resources for every student at their fingertips.
We absolutely love the attention grabbing videos that help us to build prior knowledge on on each weekly topic. We also love the fact that we each get our own individual magazine allowing us to take a closer look at real pictures, highlight important information, and build upon our schema! We can't wait to explore important holidays, animals & habitats, seasonal traits, and character education. We will be able to use these resources during whole group instruction, small group (guided reading), and at home with our families. Please help us learn more about the world around us while building a love for reading.
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