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 Kara Corridan
I know, this isn’t the first time we’ve told you about our new Video Read-Aloud. But now that our September issues have arrived in your classrooms (or should have—if they haven’t, please call Customer Service at 1-800-SCHOLASTIC), we want to take another opportunity to talk about this resource, which we’re positive your students will love.
By Kara Corridan
Our debut issue arrived in our office this week, and will be delivered to your classrooms soon. We can't wait for you to get your hands on it! Here's a preview of some of the highlights.
By Anna Starecheski
Summer is drawing to a close, and we're so excited to share some exciting new features coming to Storyworks this fall...
By Thomasine Mastrantoni and Deborah Goldstein, the Link Ladies
Our favorite library media specialists, The Link Ladies, are happy to share one of their essential “AppStyleLearning” ideas for back to school. Using this app will give your students super-engaging ways to “talk” about their reading. Any Link Ladies-approved app follows some basic guidelines: It's easy to use, it's effective, and it's free. In the case of this app, it provides a student-centered way to develop independent thinking and create a super-engaged shared learning environment for your classroom this fall...
By Aimee Dolan
Attention, beloved teachers: We have a special treat in the form of a podcast interview with New York Times bestselling author Lauren Tarshis, who just happens to be the editor of Storyworks, and our fearless leader. We know many of you offer her I Survived series in your classroom libraries for students, and are yourself fans. We thought you’d enjoy this ultimate behind-the-scenes interview (meant for grownups, not students) about her wildly successful books as well as updates on installments in the works...