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Educators rely on Scholastic News classroom magazine for compelling nonfiction and current events written just for their third graders. With a wealth of teacher support materials like lesson plans, writing prompts, and challenging reader tasks, Scholastic News is the perfect way to build the close reading and analysis skills required by Common Core and state standards. Digital learning features like videos, games, and Text-to-Speech read-alouds make Scholastic News so much more than a magazine. It’s a complete print and online instructional program designed to build critical skills in the third-grade classroom.
 

Digital Learning with Scholastic News

Digital Editions

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Each issue is available in a digital format designed to build students’ comprehension of informational text. You can view them on a whiteboard, computer, or tablet.

Videos

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Educational videos that bring curriculum topics to life and give context to each issue's cover story.

Bonus Printables

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Printable and downloadable worksheets for each issue include writing prompts, practice tests, graphic organizers, and performance tasks that support the Common Core State Standards.

Know the News Games

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Interactive quiz games provide a fun opportunity to reinforce the content of each magazine and assess comprehension.

iPad®  and Chromebooks

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All of Scholastic News is available right at your students’ fingertips. Access to each issue, videos, text read-alouds, and more is included with your subscription.

Differentiated Learning

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Log on to Scholastic News Online for a differentiated reading feature that presents the cover story at a lower reading level. It's designed to help more students experience success.

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