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Magazines for Middle School
Junior Scholastic Magazine
Grades 6–8

Junior Scholastic is America's popular current events magazine with up-to-the-minute coverage no textbook can match. Every issue covers important national and world events while it supports your social studies curriculum. Junior Scholastic now has a fresh, new design with more photos, maps, and visual aids than ever before.

Scholastic Scope Magazine
Grades 6–8
Language Arts

Scholastic Scope is a motivating, high-interest language arts teaching resource that focuses on teen-oriented nonfiction, classics, and contemporary and multicultural young-adult literature. Scope engages even reluctant readers with a variety of celebrity features and stories that incorporate news and teen-oriented issues with accompanying reading comprehension quizzes and writing exercises.

Scholastic Action Magazine
Grades 6–12

Scholastic Action is a motivating, high-interest reading intervention magazine that gets below-level and remedial readers excited about reading. Each bi-weekly issue covers teen topics that are ideal for grades 6–12, written at an accessible 3–5 reading level. Action delivers the tools and skills for better reading comprehension in a fun, interactive way.

Scholastic MATH Magazine
Grades 6–9

Scholastic MATH brings math to life with real-world applications connected to current events, teen issues, and the hottest stars of sports, TV, movies, and music. The magazine prepares students for pre-algebra and the math they will face in higher grades by combining fun, easy-to-do lessons with relevant math skills directly linked to NCTM standards. Plus the Math in Literature feature helps students learn math concepts through language arts.

Scholastic Science World Magazine
Grades 6–10

Science World brings to life the latest breaking news and discoveries in every field of science, while helping students build critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Science World has 24 full-color pages in each issue, vivid science photography, hands-on activities, and free classroom posters. Plus, the NEW! Careers column features exciting real-world science jobs.

Scholastic ART
Grades 4–12

Inspire your students with an engaging and balanced art curriculum with Scholastic ART magazine. Each full-color issue delivers art history, profiles of great artists, and hands-on workshop projects. The elementary Teacher’s Edition shows you how to use ART with grades 4–6.

Grades 7–12
Family and Consumer Science

Teach Family & Consumer Sciences, Health and Life Skills in your classes with Scholastic Choices magazine. Motivating articles and activities cover family life, careers, nutrition, substance abuse prevention, character education and more. True teen nonfiction, debates and skill building exercises engage students to learn about and discuss difficult adolescent issues.

Scholastic Foreign Language Magazines - Spanish

Give your foreign language students an accessible and comprehensive way to learn Spanish with Scholastic Spanish Magazines.

Scholastic Foreign Language Magazines - French

Give your foreign language students an accessible and comprehensive way to learn French with Scholastic French Magazines.

Scholastic Foreign Language Magazines - German

Give your foreign language students an accessible and comprehensive way to learn German with Scholastic German Magazines.

Scholastic Choices
Grades 7–12

The same accessible, kid-friendly approach and educational value you have come to expect in Choices magazine can now be found in Choices books. These teaching supplements tackle some of today’s toughest teen issues and are perfect for lessons and small group instruction. The four new titles cover the following topics: dealing with anger, money management, substance abuse and peer pressure. Each book provides real-life teen stories, research and statistics, and opportunities for students to share their own stories and ideas.