Monday, February 20, 2017

Scholastic Printables Giveaway

I absolutely love Scholastic!  From their book orders to their warehouse sales, what's not to love?

The one thing I wasn't 100% sure about was their printables site.  As a general practice, I don't use a lot of worksheets in my classroom, so I wasn't sure it would be worthwhile to me.  Boy was I wrong!

I was asked to try out their resources for a year to see what I think, and (THE BEST PART) to host a giveaway to give one of my lucky readers an opportunity to try them out for a year as well!

Since subscribing, I have checked out many items from language arts to math to art lessons.  I have been very impressed!  Not only has it saved me time in my own lesson planning, but it has also come in handy for sub plans!

One lesson I really loved was this lesson on comparing two poems.  I chose this lesson to help my students prepare for our upcoming SBAC assessments.

Students use two poems filled with figurative language to explore seasonal changes, and complete critical thinking and word work questions.  Best of all, this resource includes step-by-step instructions for 3 levels of differentiated instruction.

Notice how it is so much more than just a worksheet!  It includes lesson plans, ideas for differentiation, comprehension strategies, vocabulary strategies, and more!

About Scholastic Printables

Scholastic Printables gives you instant, unlimited access to thousands of skill sheets, activities, lesson plans and more.  These classroom resources are created by teachers and vetted by your trusted friends at Scholastic.  Save time and money, and browse with confidence.  To start your free trial, please click here.

I am teaming up with Scholastic to give away a free 1-year subscription to Scholastic Printables!


Prize: One (1) winner will receive a 1-year subscription to Scholastic Printables.  

Giveaway Sponsored by: Scholastic

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  1. So many great things! I would get Who Hibernates?: Mini-Book first!

  2. I would simply download some of the great signs, labels, checklists, etc that I could use immediately.

  3. I would like to get the sight word me poem.

  4. I teach learning disabled kiddos. Their levels vary. The area of differentiated math and reading would be great to try first.

  5. I would love to generate bingo cards for my 2nd graders using academic vocabulary!

  6. Some of the connect the dot fun activities

  7. Text Dependent Analysis practice.


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