By Jackie Rabinoff

With Storyworks as my secret weapon, it is no wonder my students consistently display success in Language Arts. If you and your class have ordered from any Scholastic Book Club, you may have received with your shipment an excerpt from “Every Child A Super Reader” by Pam Allyn and Dr. Ernest Morrell. As I was reading it, I couldn't help but make the connection to Storyworks. Let me prove it to you!

By Anna Starecheski

We know there's still plenty of summer left, but many of you are deep into planning for the year ahead. We've been hard at work too, and we just can't resist sharing the stories we're so excited about! Check back here every Tuesday for a new special teaser of upcoming content in Storyworks and Storyworks Jr...

By Allison Friedman

We can’t wait for you and your students to get your hands on Storyworks’ September nonfiction feature, “Our World Turned to Water.” It tells the story of the devastating flooding that struck Southern Louisiana in August of last year—the worst natural disaster in the U.S. since Hurricane Sandy...

By Anna Starecheski

Knowing how crucial social-emotional learning is for third graders, we've been buzzing with ideas for how to incorporate SEL into our content, and we're so excited about what we've come up with! We're going to work an SEL focus into many of our stories next year: not just fiction, but also plays, short nonfiction, paired texts, and more. I've been working on a story that I'm dying to tell you about...

By Anna Starecheski

We know there's still plenty of summer left, but many of you are deep into planning for the year ahead. We've been hard at work too, and we just can't resist sharing the stories we're so excited about! Check back here every Tuesday for a new special teaser of upcoming content in Storyworks and Storyworks Jr...

By Anna Starecheski

Our goal is to provide your students with important stories that inspire them to keep learning. One story from our March/April 2017 issue has done just that, and we couldn't be more thrilled! The story of Ishanga, an orphaned baby elephant, touched one class in Franklin Lakes, NJ, in a major way. After learning about the horrors of poaching, they were spurred to action. These kids really blew us away with the generosity and creativity of this student-centered learning extension! When their teacher, Tara Rogic, emailed us, we knew we had to tell her story...