My students need TIME for Kids magazine so they can read informational articles that present current events, and exciting ideas at their grade level.
This project expired on May 27, 2018.
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My students this year are a quirky bunch, full of insightful ideas and questions about the world. They love informational text and how they can learn so much from them. Text that teach them how to do something, or text about real life people, or events in the world.
My students are diverse and are learning that diversity is what makes our class function so well.
They are learning that each individual has something awesome to contribute to the world and special skills to be brought to any team. They come from diverse backgrounds but share so much in common at the same time. They may not have all that they want or need at home but they know that can find what they need in my class.
In an effort to incorporate different resources that will help with reading skills, I would like each student to receive a subscription to TIME for Kids Magazine. It is an excellent addition to our curriculum as it contains several informational articles that are vital to teaching the different standards and subjects in third grade. I will use it to supplement reading and writing skills, social studies, and science.
My students will use TIME for Kids to enhance literacy skills and engage in informational text about current events.
The magazine is unique because it debuts real life children making a difference, current events, topic debates, and online supplemental resources.
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