Help me give my students Scholastic magazine to continue enjoying learning and exploring nonfiction text and science component. The magazine serves as a refreshing break from our traditional curriculum while still being educational.
My scholars are energetic, inquisitive, and fast-paced learners. They enjoy challenging and creative lessons that empower them to be critical thinkers, and problem solvers whilst still being artistic in their unique ways.
Each scholar holds the key to unlocking their potential.
As their teacher, I strive for my scholars to be interdependent and confident in themselves to "take chances, make mistakes, and get messy", as my favorite tv teacher, Miss. Frizzle used to say. Learning is a messy process with lots of mistakes until mastery. The key is to clean yourself up and try again. Help give my scholars the tools and resources to keep on unlocking their potential.
My scholars have enjoyed reading this nonfiction magazine to learn about the world. My ELLs use the photographic visuals to build their vocabulary. My high readers love text features such as graphs, captions, and sidebars. My developing readers often reread it and build their fluency. The magazine subscription is also equipped with teacher's guides, lessons, and online access to videos and worksheets.
From holidays around the world to learn how pencils are made, this easy to read text and vibrant photographs engage all learners.
Through the magazine, my scholars have learned topics such as the history of Abraham Lincoln, enjoyed celebrating Dr. Seuss' birthday, and the life cycle of a butterfly.
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