Classroom Magazines are available on a 30-day free-trial basis. You will be billed separately. Price shown is for class sets of 10 or more student copies and includes Teacher's Guides, a desk copy, and complete online resources.
makes current events relevant to your fourth#150;grade students and you curriculum. Each issue connects today's news to the science and social studies topics you need to teach. With lesson plans, complex informational texts, and challenging skills sheets, Scholastic News
is also perfect for building the language arts skills required by higher academic standards. Subscriptions include full access to Scholastic News
Online featuring videos, learning games, TexttoSpeech audio, and much more. Grade 4, Weekly.View a Sample Issue View a Teachers Guide
Take a look at the highinterest current events Scholastic News
Edition 4 has in store for this school year.Scholastic News Edition 4 Calendar
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I personaly love the scolastic news. I like to write what I think and I also love to read the news. As a student it is fun to read.
Subscriptions of 10 or more copies include full access to Scholastic News Online, featuring:
Read every issue on your interactive whiteboard, projector, or classroom computer.
Highly engaging videos provide essential background information on the topics covered in the magazine.
Lower Reading Level
Each cover story is available at an alternate lower reading level to help you differentiate instruction.
Skills sheets include writing prompts, practice tests, map/graph/chart reading activities, graphic organizers, and much more.
The TexttoSpeech feature reads specific sections or the entire issue aloud. Perfect for auditory learners.
"Know the News" games are a fun way to review each issue.
Student iPad® App
Students can read and interact with every issue right on their iPads!