Dear Storyworks teachers
We want to make Storyworks your go-to -- for live learning sessions and your when your students are learning on their own. See below for our go-to remote learning tools, tips, and articles.
Your Storyworks Editors,
Lauren, Rebecca, Allison, Talia, and Shiran
Everything you need to get you and your kids ready to learn
All our stories are ready for your virtual classroom, but here are a few to get you started.
Save your precious live-learning time with these turbo-charged learning journeys. We’ve combined articles, videos, and close reading questions. Use as is or make your own!
We know your kids are catching up. Here are three learning journeys with lower-level stories and simple activities.
These stories and videos have a little extra WOW for when your kids are learning on their own. Plus, most digital articles now include questions and special learning quests at the end. Check these out from this issue and the archive.
Our nonfiction feature about the discovery of the Titanic comes to life!
At a time when kids labored in coal mines, a tragedy changed the nation
Our inspiring and uplifting fiction and nonfiction model resilience, and feature kids facing challenges — and overcoming them. Here are some favorites from the current issue and the archive
Share this letter with each issue. It’s packed with great ideas for how families can support their kids using Storyworks. Click here to see the September letter.
Empower your students to document their experiences, using our special My History Project kit.
Help your students learn about how our democracy works and how they can make their voices heard with Scholastic's free Election 2020 website!
In this new special video, Lauren Tarshis takes students deep into her research and writing process.