Hello teachers! I wish you could come to our New York offices and listen in on some of our discussions (and share some of the delicious coffee we get across the street). Really, all we talk about is YOU...
By Anna Starecheski
Are there teachers (or administrators) in your life who don't quite get what Storyworks is all about? Here's the perfect way to familiarize them with it. This fun, quick video...
By Thomasine Mastrantoni and Deborah Goldstein, the Link Ladies
Our favorite library media specialists are back with a new app-based lesson that is guaranteed to engage your students! Using the paired text from the September issue of Storyworks Jr., your students will practice finding and citing text evidence AND opinion writing with this special app smash...
By Rebecca Leon,
education editor
Back-to-school is here, and just as you have beautifully redecorated your bulletin boards, thoughtfully arranged the desks, and maybe even unfurled a new classroom rug, we have freshened up the Storyworks Teacher's Guide to make it even more user-friendly for you...
Editor's note: Senior editor Christy Damio is our on-site expert on Lexile and Guided Reading scales, which of course play a huge role in the creation of Storyworks Jr. Here, she shares what she’s learned, and why we always count on your feedback to fine-tune our approach...
By Anna Starecheski
Something we're always asking ourselves as we're creating an article is: "Will this make students want to learn more?" We always aspire to open doors of curiosity in your students' minds, and we hope that every article can serve as a jumping-off point to further learning. With that in mind, we've created this list of learning extensions to go along with the nonfiction feature from Storyworks' October/November issue: The Search for Pirate Gold...