My students need 25 copies of Scholastic News magazine, in order to expand their world through reading.
Our world is ever-changing. In that manner, some nonfiction books become quickly outdated. Scholastic News, sent on a weekly basis, can enhance my students understanding of the world with current information.
My nineteen second grade students are lovers of nonfiction.
My students attend a small primary school in a rural community. Our school is located in an area of farmland. Our school is a community school with many of my students' parents attending the school as children.
My students love nonfiction books, especially the boys in my classroom. As I assessed my classroom library, I realized that I do not have many nonfiction resources for them to read. To satisfy their love of nonfiction, Scholastic News, a weekly magazine, will introduce my second grade students to nonfiction through engaging articles and ideas.
A subscription to Scholastic News will increase the world view of my students.
Weekly, the magazines will hit on current and popular topics and will allow us to discuss these ideas. It is extremely important to introduce elementary students to nonfiction and Scholastic News is a great way to do this.
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