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Scholastic Magazines have long been a favorite of mine to use but I hadn’t used the SuperScience magazines so I was really excited to work with them! At our school we pride ourselves on individualized education and so my lessons here are tailored to meet the need of each student in a unique way. The great thing about these magazines is that it limits the student’s need for extensive reading but is highly informative and engaging. (Get 40% OFF Classroom Magazines with promo code 2905. It offers the ability to bring in multiple media into the classroom. It also offers plenty of material for a full 5 days in my classroom (not including hands on activity time). With your magazine subscription it includes FREE online resources – including videos, games, lesson plans, skills sheets, and more.
Using the Scholastic SuperScience magazines we received I created a Differentiated Guided Reading Lesson to utilize for an entire week of reading centers which you can find broken down below:
How to Use the Scholastic Magazine in Your Classroom:
Full 5 Day Reading Center Activities Includes:
Day 1 Reading Center Activities: Content Covers Page 2-3
Day 2 Reading Center Activities: Content Covers Page 4-7
Day 3 Reading Center Activities: Content Covers Page 8-9
Day 4 Reading Center Activities: Content Covers Page 10-13
Day 5 Reading Center Activities: Content Covers Page 14-16
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