- Scholastic.com | Kids
Flashlight Readers, A Club for Kids Who Like Reading Ex. for Charlotte's Web: read a simple summary of the story with strong visual support, create an online cartoon, interact with others about the book, etc.
This online club provides an innovative, interactive literacy experience that invites beginning through advanced-level readers to enter the world of quality books and communicate with favorite authors.
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- Teacher Book Wizard
Find Children's Books by Reading Level, Topic, Genre. Level Books | Scholastic.com It is important that students are reading books that match their interest and also a right fit in its reading level. This site offers teachers a resource in helping find books for students by searching through various categories. Teachers can find the level of specific books based on grade equivalent levels, DRA, lexile ranges, or the guided reading system. Also, in finding appropriate texts for students in instruction and for independent reading, teachers can search books by subject/topic, reading level, student interest level, book type, genre, and language (English or Spanish/bilingual). Recommended by Eunice Park
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- Teaching Resources, Children's Book Recommendations, and Student Activities
Scholastic.com Lots of great resources for teachers, newspapers for kids, support for writing, etc. etc.
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- Scholastic.com | Text Talk
Program Overview of a Vocabulary resource for K-3, not ESL specific, but the approach seems to reflect effective ELL methods, particulary the emphasis on "talk". More preview would be needed for ELLs and possibly different voc. focus
Text Talk is a robust vocabulary instruction program for Grades K-3. The program was developed by leading vocabulary researchers and has been proven effective in scientific research.
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- Scholastic Classport 182 countries, ePals/penpals
Communicate with classrooms in 182 countries, students find an epal and teachers collaborate with teachers around the world.
Over 11 million students and teachers from 191 countries are building skills and enhancing learning with ePals. Over 120,000 classroom profiles link schools together as cross-cultural learning partners and friends. Established in 1996.
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- Graphic Organizers Scholastic
<p>Graphic organizers help students construct meaning. Use these learning tools to identify the strengths and weaknesses of your students' thought process.</p>
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