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Captivating Current Events, Skill-Building Instruction

Each exciting issue comes with powerful teaching tools that support your ELA, science, and social studies curricula. Here are some more of the resources you’ll get with a subscription to Scholastic News.


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Powerful Digital Teaching Tools

Every print issue is available in a whiteboard-ready digital version. Articles come to life on desktops, Chromebooks, and tablets too.

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Engaging Videos  

Differentiation Tools

Fun Review Games

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Engaging Videos  

Exciting videos offer multimedia extensions to the articles–with closed-captioning!

Differentiation Tools

  • Read-Aloud Audio
  • Multiple Reading Levels
  • Spanish Translations

Fun Review Games

Review the issue with a fun, Jeopardy®-style Know the News game.

Aligned to Academic Standards

Scholastic News supports state and national standards. Each issue comes with alignments, lesson plans, and skills sheets to help you meet your most important teaching objectives, no matter which state you teach in! Learn More

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Power up your Scholastic News subscription with Geography Spin and Science Spin


Delivered right in your Scholastic News bundle, Geography Spin and Science Spin supplement your main classroom magazine with colorful features and lessons. Just 99 cents per student!

How to get started:

Subscribe to Scholastic News and select the Geography Spin and Science Spin add-ons when checking out.

Already a Scholastic News subscriber?  Just call 1-800-631-1586 to add Geography Spin and Science Spin to your subscription.  

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