Do you ever wonder where #WingsOfFire author Tui T. Sutherland gets her first name? Find the answer here! For more about the New York Times bestselling series visit http://www.scholastic.com/wingsoffire.
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Instructor Magazine visited two elementary schools—Town Center and Millstone River—in Plainsboro, New Jersey to see how real teachers organize their classrooms. The teachers we met had gorgeous, exciting classrooms, brimming with creative solutions to common problems. They invited us in, video camera in tow, and shared their best ideas. Watch the video tour to see how Lindsay Brooks (Town Center) keeps her classroom super organized!
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If you love #WingsOfFire, you'll love author Tui Sutherland’s video about “scavengers,” aka people! Check out the New York Times bestselling series at http://www.scholastic.com/wingsoffire
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Kid Reporter William Russell interviewed Dav Pilkey in June at Scholastic global headquarters. They sat down and talked about his writing and his past, including his childhood heroes. He even mentioned a Captain Underpants movie! Some of his answers might surprise you.
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Dav Pilkey exaplains the inspiration and process behind his artwork for Scholastic's The Art of Read Every Day project. To view his artwork for The Art of Read Every Day, and to download Common Core-ready resources and information about Dav Pilkey, visit The Art of Read Every Day collection: www.scholastic.com/readeveryday/art
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Meet Jorvorskie Lane. Former READ 180 Student and NFL Player. For most of Jorvorskie's life, reading was a constant struggle. Until stepping into his READ 180 classroom, high school graduation, college and his dream of playing in the NFL seemed to be slipping through his fingertips. http://teacher.scholastic.com/products/read180/success-stories/index.htm
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The Wampanoag are a Native American tribe from the northeastern United States. They were there when the Pilgrims arrived in 1620 and they are still there today. Learn about their lives long ago by meeting two modern-day Wampanoag girls.To learn more about Scholastic News for grade 1, visit http://www.scholastic.com/buy-sn1.
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Chase's memory just went out the window. Chase doesn't remember falling off the roof. He doesn't remember hitting his head. He doesn't, in fact, remember anything. He wakes up in a hospital room and suddenly has to learn his whole life all over again, starting with his own name. When he gets back to school, he sees that different kids have very different reactions to his return. Some kids treat him like a hero. Some kids are clearly afraid of him. Pretty soon, it's not only a question of who Chase is; it's a question of who he was, and who he's going to be.
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Fifty years ago, on November 14, 1960, then-6-year-old Ruby Bridges became the first African-American student to attend William Franz Elementary School in New Orleans, Louisiana. Kid Reporter Abigayle Lista talked to Ms. Bridges about her experience on that day and her influence on the civil rights movement. The interview took place at the Ruby Bridges Foundation in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 21, 2010.
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It's been 15 years since the US release of the first book in the iconic series, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone. We asked the author, J.K. Rowling, what she misses most about the series. Her answer might surprise you!
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My parents could have given me any first name at all, like John, Kevin, Shmevin . . . ANYTHING. Instead I'm stuck with the worst name since Mrs Face called her son Bum. Weir Do's the new kid in school. With an unforgettable name, a crazy family and some seriously weird habits, fitting in won't be easy... But it will be funny!
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Experience the sights and sounds of a bustling city with a book that will help you looking at the world a little differently.
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Teaching the parts of speech is super fun with Marvin Terban—Professor Grammar himself—as a virtual co-teacher. Marvin introduces each part of speech in a series of short, highly engaging videos that serve as a launch pad to a rich mini grammar curriculum that includes interactive whiteboard activities and reproducible practice pages. A great way to help students become more confident writers and readers! https://shop.scholastic.com/teachers-ecommerce/books/marvin-terbans-guide-to-grammar-parts-of-speech-9780545550383.html
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With essays to write and sports to practice, there's always so much going on. Plus, distractions like TV shows or Twitter make focusing even more difficult. It's no wonder that teens sometimes feel like they just can't deal. But here's the good news: To-do lists are the key to time management. Check out this video from Choices magazine to find out how. Want more teen-centric videos, news, advice, and info? Visit www.TeenBeing.com to stay up-to-date on all things teen. Written by: Berna Anat Starring: Berna Anat & the teens of the McBurney YMCA Story Editing by: Margaret Kaminski Created in collaboration with Choices Magazine (choices.scholastic.com)
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On November 14, 1960, Ruby Bridges courageously became the first African American student to attend William Frantz Elementary School in New Orleans. Join the Book Boys in celebrating the integration of public schools with a visit to Ruby’s old classroom—just in time for the 57th anniversary of her historical milestone! For more Book Boys, visit www.judynewmanatscholastic.com!
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Norman Bridwell, the creator of Clifford the Big Red Dog discusses his beloved character. Learn more here: http://www.scholastic.com/clifford/
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Animal Town is in trouble! Meanie King Viking has created a dreaded robot army to spread “No Fun” across the land. On top of that, he has stolen the happiest and most fun animal ever—Singing Dog! There is only one person who can save the day—Super Rabbit Boy! Super Rabbit Boy is super fast and super brave, but he's also a video game character living in a video game world. What will happen when Sunny, the boy playing the game, loses each level? Will it be game over for Super Rabbit Boy and all his friends?
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Learn about teaching math to 3rd grade. Fractions lesson presented by master math teacher Bob Krech (a.k.a. "Math Man"). Great for math teachers and school administrators. For more 3rd grade math lessons and more visit: http://www.scholastic.com/premium/3rdgrademathworksheets.html
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Fact: Bad things happen. And at some point or another, they will happen to you. It’s easy to feel unprepared, but there’s one little skill called “resilience” that will help you through it. Check out this video from Choices magazine to learn how to hone your resilience skills and bounce back no matter what happens. Want more teen-centric videos, news, advice, and info? Check out www.TeenBeing.com to stay up-to-date on all things teen. Written by: Berna Anat Starring: Berna Anat & the teens of the McBurney YMCA Story Editing by: Margaret Kaminski Created in collaboration with Choices Magazine (choices.scholastic.com) Written by: Berna Anat Starring: Berna Anat & the teens of the McBurney YMCA Story Editing by: Margaret Kaminski Created in collaboration with Choices Magazine (choices.scholastic.com)
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Shared Reading is a teaching approach generally used in a whole class group where all students are able to see the same text. It is used to enable students to read and enjoy books that they may not be able to read independently, and to introduce and reinforce literacy skills and strategies before students are expected to apply them in guided or independent reading. Visit http://www.keylinks.com.au
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Jeff Kinney reads from his book, Diary of a Wimpy Kid. For more Common Core-ready resources and information about Jeff Kinney, visit The Art of Read Every Day collection: www.scholastic.com/readeveryday/art. Scholastic is a leading provider of books for kids like Diary of a Wimpy Kid and many more.
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ENTER THE SCHOLASTIC TRAITS WRITING CONTEST AT: http://scholastic.com/TraitsWritingContest Scholastic is looking for the next Scotty! Submit your student's best illustrated stories at http://scholastic.com/TraitsWritingContest today for a chance to win! For the 1st place prize, the winning story will be turned into its very own animated video, along with your choice of 2 FREE grade-level sets of Traits Writing! We are also offering GREAT 2nd and 3rd place prizes! ENTER NOW and see your student's writing come to life! http://scholastic.com/TraitsWritingContest NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Void where prohibited. Must be 18 or older and a legal US resident to enter. Ends June 30, 2012. Visit http://scholastic.com/traitswritingcontest for official contest rules. Animation created by http://r4avideo.com
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Award winning author/illustrator David Shannon talks to Scholastic News Edition 1 about his creative process. This interview also includes David’s advice to young authors and a cameo by the real-life Fergus! You can learn more about Scholastic News here: http://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/products/scholastic-news-grade-1?promo_code=6327&eml=CM/smd/20140728////Pinterest/SN1//////
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Meet Gabriel, an 8-year old wheelchair racer, and learn all about the sport of wheelchair racing with this video from Scholastic News! Learn more about Scholastic News and how to bring Scholastic Classroom Magazines into your classroom here: http://bit.ly/2zdlVOi
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Dr. Mapp discusses the “3 prerequisites” for successful family-school partnership. These “3 prerequisites” provide the foundation necessary for effective family and community engagement and are the building blocks for educators, school leaders and policy-makers to use as they move forward in creating their own culture of family engagement. Learn more: http://teacher.scholastic.com/products/face-new/face-workshop.html
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This powerful nonfiction video explores the role of American women during World War II. The video provides historical context, builds knowledge, and highlights key vocabulary to help your students understand our play, When Girls Ruled Baseball. http://scope.scholastic.com/
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Hundreds of Harry Potter fans formed a massive #MuggleMob in NYC's SoHo neighborhood 10 days before the highly anticipated release of the eighth Harry Potter story, "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts One and Two." Learn more at http://harrypotterbooks.scholastic.com/! #HPSCRIPTBOOK #CURSEDCHILD
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50 years ago Norman Bridwell painted a picture of a little girl and a big red dog. Little did he know that it would spawn one of the most beloved children's literary characters of all time! Take a trip with Clifford's creator, Norman Bridwell as he reflects on the loveable dog that inspired millions of children to read! Celebrate 50 years of Clifford at www.scholastic.com/clifford/birthday!
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