Current Events to Print or TpT Digital Activity Use with any Article or Post
Here are two free printables to use for your current events lessons. They will work with any article or post including Time for Kids and The Scholastic Weekly Reader. You can find more great Current Events Printables and Digital Activities right here! Distance Learning:There is also a digital versio...
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Studying current events can be an important part of helping students learn about the world around them. It can also be a way to give students extra, real-life reading practice along. We have created
Nonfiction Reading Centers | Graphic Organizers | Google Classroom FREE
Free Nonfiction activity sheets. These graphic organizers can be paired with any Nonfiction text! No Prep! Reading Comprehension | Previewing Texts | Making Inferences
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Making the Most of Classroom Magazines
Classroom magazines have become an invaluable resource in my classroom for exposing my students to informational texts. Our language arts curriculum lacks quality non-fiction selections. Classroom magazines, such as Time For Kids and Scholastic News have been great for exposing my students to engaging and current non-fiction material. However, I use to struggle with the best way to work them into my language arts block. This post explains what I have done to make the most of all those…
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The Best Magazines for Kids (That Get Them Reading) | Imagination Soup
Would your kids read more if they had a magazine subscription? Reading magazines counts as reading and getting mail rocks! Luckily, there's a kids' magazine for almost every age, stage, and interest.
Scholastic Magazines for Middle School
Make real-world connections and utilize current events with Scholastic Magazines for middle school. | maneuveringthemiddle.com
Activities for using magazines in the classroom
You can bring whole magazines to class to stimulate interest in British culture, to introduce the topic of media and language or just to help students get to grips with handling a whole publication
22 of the Best Magazines for Kids to Add to Your Classroom Library
What are the best magazines for kids? One teacher weighs in with the magazines she thinks are a must-add to any classroom library.
Deliver literacy to end poverty. - MagLiteracy
Literacy ends poverty. With titles for every reading age, interest, professional aspiration, and language, magazines and comics are the most powerful literacy engines on the planet. MagLiteracy.org supplies new and recycled magazines and comics to at-risk readers via food pantries, shelters, youth mentoring and job training programs to promote literacy.
Book Report - Make a Magazine Ad Reading Assignment and Project
Magazine Ad Book Report. This book report assignment has students create an advertisement to encourage readers to get their book. Students produce a colorful advertisement for their book which includes an illustration and 5 sentences that show deep understanding and entice people to read their book.