Book Wizard: Teachers, Find and Level Books for Your Classroom | ScholasticTraditionally, each Scholastic Book Clubs flyer served multiple grades, but based on extensive research, editors redesigned the catalogs and the Club website to make it easier for teachers and parents to find "just right" books for children in each specific grade. New Common Core State Standards are based on specific skills at each grade level. Now, Club flyers are labeled for "1 st Graders," "2 nd Graders," etc. With grade-appropriate books at a range of reading levels typically found in each grade, students who excel at reading as well as those who struggle will find appropriate books. Along with the new grade-specific redesign, grade-and Common Core-focused book curation, and easier book-finding experience for families and teachers, Scholastic Book Clubs has been rebranded as the Scholastic Reading Club. Other new features that make the new Scholastic Reading Club flyers even better for teachers, parents and children include:. Teachers can still expect the same invaluable benefits they have always enjoyed with Scholastic Book Clubs.
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September 7, A love of reading is the great gift we can give students. Reading opens doors, it expands worlds, and it connects us to the rest of the world. Research repeatedly says the more time students spend reading the better readers they will become. We, as teachers, cannot assume that students are reading at home. Although I love hitting up Good Will, thrift stores, and yard sales as much as any other teacher, my go-to for building my classroom library is always Scholastic Reading Club. On the left side of the folder, I keep any free-book coupons from back-ordered items , bonus points, and birthday coupons.
Teachers have been using Book Wizard and Book Wizard Mobile for years to get information on books and share book lists with their peers. Scholastic Book Wizard comes with an easy-to-use barcode scanner that lets them scan, create and save book lists, or an entire classroom library to their existing Scholastic. Teachers can also modify existing book lists and share book lists with their peers through email, Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Looking for something specific? The app serves as a unique reporting tool available to all teachers, empowering them with the data they need to create an effective classroom library.
Why is it so difficult to find books that kindergarten students can actually read? Not only does Scholastic Reading Club offer the best prices around, but they are often the only place I can find books for my emergent readers. You know what I mean: the kind of books with big print, only 1 sentence on each page, and lots of repetition. I recently cashed in my bonus points to purchase some new leveled reading materials for my classroom. I ordered my go-to favorite books and took a chance on some new series.