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Learning Through Literature
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Bringing classic and contemporary literature into your classroom helps turn your students into enthusiastic, interested, successful readers! Here you'll find a range of programs to help students dive into the wonderful world of books and develop important skills, as they read and respond to engaging fiction and nonfiction trade books.
Grades K–9
Practical teaching guides for fiction and nonfiction. Each teaching guide features lesson plans, information about specific authors and genres, and graphic organizers for skills.
Literacy Leaders Institute
Grades 6–12
A four-day institute providing literacy leadership and instruction to promote achievement across the content areas. For middle school and high school teachers and administrators.
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Classroom Libraries
Grades PreK–9
Scholastic offers a number of paperback book collections at a variety of different reading and interest levels. Choose from The Magic School Bus, Clifford, and a number of grade-level collections of other popular titles.
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Scholastic and Grolier Fiction/Nonfiction Sets
Grades PreK–4
Pairing fiction and nonfiction titles with silmilar themes is a great way to build on students' interested and comprehension skills.
Scholastic BookUpdate
All Grades
Scholastic BookUpdate is a FREE monthly electronic newsletter that keeps you up-to-date on the latest books released each month from our trade book publishing imprints - including Scholastic Press, Arthur A. Levine Books, The Blue Sky Press, Orchard Books, Scholastic Reference, The Chicken House, Cartwheel Books, and Scholastic Paperbacks. Be in the know — get the latest breaking news on new picture books, novels, and nonfiction titles, as they're being published.
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Social Studies Resource Units
Grades 4–6
The one resource that pulls your favorite theme together, Social Studies Starter Units feature a teaching guide and 3 quality paperback titles.
Weston Woods Videos
Grades PreK–4
Short audiovisual adaptations of beloved children's stories that enhance children's love of books and reading. All are available for public performance usage. Some of the best-known videos include Where the Wild Things Are, Corduroy, and Curious George, with new titles frequently developed.
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