Saturday, March 11, 2017

Scholastic Printables

Happy Weekend! I am so excited to be working with Scholastic Printables to share with you about their amazing online resources website. They contacted me and asked me to give them a try, and I am so happy to share about their wonderful resources with others! Stay tuned to the end of the post because I have a surprise for you!


Scholastic Printables give you instant, unlimited access to thousands of skills sheets, activities, lesson plans and more. The best part? These classroom resources are created by teachers and vetted by your trusted friends at Scholastic so you know that the activities and information being shared is top notch! 


Their website is so much more than just worksheets, and I have had the best time exploring the site and finding all of the fabulous tools embedded in their program. Scholastic saves me time and money, and I know that I can browse through their resources with confidence. Want to give it a try? You have access to a free trial just by clicking here.


One of my personal favorite features about the site are the reading passages! We are always on the hunt for text that helps engage our learners in the classroom. Scholastic Printables has a lot of content-ready reading passages and paired activities that are easy to access and use. 





Want so see exactly what you can find on the website? Here are some samples!


  • Reading Umbrella Graphic Organizer (PreK-3)
Encourage students to explore many different types of text by recording each student’s reading on this fun graphic organizer.

                Here is a direct link to try out the freebie. 

  • Make a Rain Gauge! (K-3)
Have your students make a rain gauge to measure daily rainfall with this template and easy-to-follow instructions. 



              Here is a  direct link to the rain gauge freebie. 

  • Quilt a Card: Spring Art Project (Gr 1-3)
This fun-to-make paper project is a creative addition to a unit on American arts and crafts or a great way to target early learning concepts of patterns and symmetry.

           Here is a direct link  to try out the freebie.

  • Spring Activities: Teaching With the Best of Instructor (Gr 1-4)
Nine great classroom-tested seasonal activity ideas, from Crop Circle Geometry to Under a Rock nature journals, to target key math concepts, spark writing, and build observation skills.


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Ready for the amazing news? Enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to win a free year of Scholastic Printables!!!!!! 











I received a Scholastic Printables subscription in exchange for writing this review. Although this post is sponsored, all opinions are my own! :)

13 comments:

  1. I would use them for morning work.

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  2. Can't wait to check this out. Thanks for sharing.

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  3. I would love to use these as additional resources during my maternity leave next fall!

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  5. As a first year teacher, I'm always looking for new things to try and I would love to be able to use the reading passages as a way to add something more to my reading groups. I know of a teacher in my school who uses the printables and raves about them and I would love to give them a try myself! I'll definitely do the free trial but having a year's access would be amazing!!!!

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  6. Love Scholastic and winning this subscription would be amazing!

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  7. I am a first year teacher. There can never be too many amazing resources to pull from! I am also switching grade levels, so these would be spectacular to have! I would utilize these printables DAILY! ��������‍��

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  8. Scholastic has some amazing resources!

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  9. This is fantastic! I was unaware that the world of scholastic printables existed.

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  10. I love Scholastic and this would be such a great resource to use with my students!

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  11. Cool! I am a new teacher so I'm trying to get my hands on ALL the resources! Scholastic Printables seem to good to be true! :)

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  12. I have been looking at this resource with intentions to buy. However, if I can win it, that's even better!

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