By Anna Starecheski

One of our most important goals at Storyworks is to inspire your kids to want to learn more. The nonfiction article, “Killer Smog,” from the April/May 2016 issue, is a great way to spark more learning about the environment, current events, and the industrial revolution...

By Thomasine Mastrantoni and Deborah Goldstein, the Link Ladies

Editor's note: The moment we met Thomasine Mastrantoni and Deborah Goldstein, we fell in love and had to make them part of Storyworks. These two library media specialists from Harrison, New York Public Schools call themselves the "Link Ladies." Their special power is...

By Kara Corridan

You’ve told us how much you love our audio articles and behind-the scenes-videos—now imagine them together. That’s the idea behind our newest multimedia tool for Storyworks Jr.: the read-aloud video...

By Lauren Tarshis,
Editor, Storyworks

We are beyond excited to unveil the cover of our new magazine. Storyworks Jr., our brand-new multi-genre ELA resource launching this fall, is designed especially for the unique needs of third-grade readers...

By John Leonard
Editor’s Note: We provide many opportunities for writing in Storyworks, through our writing prompts, contests, and activity sheets. One of our most popular formats comes from our debates...
By Valerie Muldoon

Editors' Note: Here at Storyworks we are obsessed with domain-specific vocab. We fell in love with teacher Valerie Muldoon's great idea. Try this visual approach with any of the domain-specific vocab from Storyworks...