We delved into the Storyworks archives to bring you some of our most beloved stories about friendship. We hope these cross-genre stories spark conversations with your young readers about the importance and joys of friendship, as well as how to make and keep friends.
Celebrating Black Stories
Our most beloved stories for Black History Month, from a powerful play about a kid who led a series of sit-down strikes to a gripping nonfiction article about the co-discoverer of the North Pole.
Earth Day Every Day
Earth Day is a time when over a billion people around the world recognize and appreciate our natural world. Learning about our environment is a great way to celebrate—and Storyworks has you covered with these incredible stories from the archives.
Women Who Changed History
Our most beloved stories for Women's History Month, from a powerful play about the heroes behind the 19th amendment, to the inspiring true story of Sylvia Mendez.
Debates En Español
Available in both English and Spanish, this collection of debates will serve as excellent linguistic support and scaffolding for the Spanish-speaking students in your classroom.
Includes a Teacher's Guide!
Disaster and Survival
Our most popular stories about natural disasters—and how people survive these difficult events. We hope you enjoy sharing these stories with your students.
Courage and Resilience
Our most beloved stories about courageous and resilient kids, both real and imagined. We hope these stories spark conversations with your young readers about how to cope with difficult situations, how we change as people, and how to build resilience.
Adapting to Change
We delved into the Storyworks archives to bring you some of our most beloved stories about kids who adapt to change. We hope these stories—both real and imagined— spark conversations with your young readers about how to adapt to the changes that happen in their own lives.
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage
Delightful and inpsiring stories that feature Hispanic characters, authors, and real-life role models.
We delved into the Storyworks archives to bring you some of our most beloved stories about courageous kids who made change throughout history and today. We hope these stories inspire your students to make change in their own communities.
Stories for Halloween
From a play about a headless horseman to a poem about bats, these scary tales and creepy stories from the Storyworks library will delight your students and help you celebrate Halloween. Enjoy!
Celebrating Native American Heritage
Celebrate the richness and diversity of Native American cultures with these plays, poems, and articles from Storyworks.
Image Credits: CELEBRATING FRIENDSHIP: Shutterstock.com; EARTH DAY, EVERY DAY: Charlie Reaney/Getty Images (Turtle); COURAGE AND RESILIENCE: Artwork by Greg Ruhl from The Superkids Reading Program Wilma Rudolph © Zaner-Bloser, Inc. Used with permission from Zaner-Bloser, Inc. All rights reserved.; YOUNG CHANGEMAKERS: Granger, NYC/The Granger Collection (Newsies); DISASTER AND SURVIVAL: Noah Berger/AP Images (Fire) CELEBRATING BLACK STORIES: Phil Skinner/AP Images for Scholastic Inc (Yolanda Renee King) WOMEN WHO CHANGED HISTORY: Illustration by Randy Pollak; CELEBRATING HISPANIC HERITAGE: ILLUSTRATIONS BY JERRY CRAFT; Celebrating Halloween: Gary Hanna; Autumn: Art by Leslie Stall Widener;