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To further motivate kids to read this summer, Scholastic's Emmy Award(R)-winning WordGirl(R) will serve as the national "Ambassador of Summer Reading." WordGirl, produced by Scholastic Media and airing daily on PBS KIDS GO!(R), is a crime-fighting superhero who uses her vocabulary strength in a never-ending battle for truth, justice and the use of the right word. Along with her trusty sidekick Captain Huggy Face, WordGirl enriches children's vocabulary, instills a love of language, and fosters better reading comprehension. Learn more: www.scholastic.com
Don't miss a chance to join WordGirl in her first-ever Definition Competition webcast. Teachers, make sure you register your class to join WordGirl here: www.scholastic.com WordGirl's Definition Competition is a way to engage your students with vocabulary words in an entertaining and interactive context. During the 30-minute, live webcast, students will enrich their vocabulary and have fun in the process!
No matter what you think you know... The real magic of Harry Potter lies within. Experience the adventure from the beginning. Go to www.scholastic.com to see the all new Harry Potter Online Experience and enter The Real Magic of Harry Potter Sweepstakes. You could win a trip for you and three guests to attend Universal Orlando Resort's The Wizarding World of Harry Potter! ------------- And check out the all new Harry Potter tab on the Scholastic Facebook page: www.facebook.com
Paddyfield / Scholastic- They have gr8 books, to order books you either have a catalogue (exactly the same one as what I showed you in the video) or you can order it online. Here is the link to order books easily online: -PADDYFIELD: www.paddyfield.com -SCHOLASTIC: there are different ones, I guess you want the ones for kids? www.scholastic.com/kids/ For Teachers, you can visit: www2.scholastic.com Why are the books in Scholastic so cheap? : You might see the prices in the Scholastic catalogue are $5, $3 and other cheaper / higher prices. No! It's not as cheap as you think it is! If you are in HK. You need to x11 and I don't know about other countries. You probably live in somewhere but Hong Kong...So I don't think this will help much! All I know is for Scholastic you need to x11. Sarry! :P wots sarry, anyway? Paddyfield..they are real prices in HK. I thought you also need to x11 and I saw one that is $135..I was shocked! Anyway, remember, theres deadline too!! (If your teacher gave you that catalogue) Comment down your favourite book(s). To get the catalogues, I am guessing your teacher gives you something like this, too...? Oh and, if you like reading, rate 5 stars. No, you're not a nerd! Everybody loves / likes reading, right? :) Subscribe if you think I ordered the coolio bookz and if you like Taylor Swift subscribe too (: Aye!!! Share to your friends about this channel about these books!! :P Requests, feel free to request for anything that I CAN do! (Wanna dance with ...
Now through June 30, 2010, anyone (any age!) can enter to win the BE BIG in Your Community Contest that awards $75000 in community grants to the BIG ideas that best demonstrate Clifford's BIG ideas. For details, check out www.scholastic.com BE BIG! is a national campaign that invites everyone, big and small, to take action and raise awareness for how CLIFFORD'S BIG IDEAS can make the world a better place. The mission of BE BIG is to recognize and reward others for their BE BIG actions, to catalyze change in local communities and to provide resources for everyone to share Big Ideas!
Kid Reporter Grace McManus talks with CBS anchor Harry Smith about reporting on the tragedy in Haiti. The two spoke a day after Smith returned from reporting on location in Haiti. Learn more here: www.scholastic.com
HP 5101 Mini Netbook—a one-to-one solution for the classroom. Visit www.scholastic.com for more information.
Scholastic Administrator evaluates the Asus Netbook—a one-to-one solution for the classroom. Visit www.scholastic.com for more information.
Be sure to catch this special holiday episode of WordGirl on Monday 12/21 and Friday 12/25! Visit www.scholastic.com and pbskids.org for more WordGirl fun and games!
Kid Reporter Chloe Anello interviews World's Tallest Man, Soltan Kosen, and the Editor in Chief of the Guinness Book of World Records, Craig Glenday. Learn more at: www.scholastic.com
www.scholastic.com The First Thanksgiving They spent two months at sea to reach a strange new world, and barely survived once they got there. Learn how the Pilgrims reached America and lived to celebrate the first Thanksgiving. urbanlegends.about.com Thanksgiving - History, origin, and traditions of an American holiday! www.allabouthistory.org 1863 Thanksgiving Proclamation by Abraham Lincoln Full text of the October 3, 1863 decree that finally made Thanksgiving an official US holiday. urbanlegends.about.com Black Friday: Biggest Shopping Day of the Year? Tradition has it that "Black Friday," the Friday after Thanksgiving, is the biggest shopping day of the year in the United States. Retail insiders say that is probably not the case. www.usatoday.com Cyber Monday: Biggest Online Shopping Day of the Year? The first Monday after Thanksgiving has come to be known as "Cyber Monday" because it is supposedly the biggest online shopping day of the year. The actual statistics don't back that up. chemistry.about.com Does the Tryptophan in Turkey Make You Sleepy? Theoretically it could, says About.com's Chemistry Guide Anne Marie Helmenstine, but the true lethargy inducer in any Thanksgiving dinner is more likely to be the carbohydrate count. www.csmonitor.com The First Thanksgiving - Myth vs. Fact What historians really know about the 1621 harvest feast in Plymouth, Massachussetts and how it evolved into the Thanksgiving holiday we know today. history1900s.about.com FDR and ...
Scholastic Book Fairs and Clear Channel Radio New Orleans have partnered with community sponsors to sponsor schools in the Recovery School District. (www.scholastic.com Sponsors make it possible for every child to choose any book they want from their school's Scholastic Book Fair. This video was shot at GT Woods Elementary, which is being sponsored by the Audubon Nature Institute of New Orleans.
Ms. Gonzalez-Serna makes reading a classroom event! Her daily literature discussions, in which children read and discuss the same book, help ensure that nearly each of her 5th grade students is reading at or above grade level. Learn more at: www.scholastic.com
Can WordGirl save Halloween? Watch the full episode airing Wednesday 10/28/2009 and Friday 10/30/2009 to find out! If you like WordGirl, check out more fun activities at www.scholastic.com and pbskids.org
Anne Lee tells On Our Minds what's new at Book Fairs and how the books are chosen! www.scholastic.com
For more information on this app please visit: www.scholastic.com Enter if you dare! Go on a hidden object adventure through a mysterious mansion solving I SPY riddles and puzzles. -------------------------------------- Available for $3.99 from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com
For more information on this app please visit: www.scholastic.com Rack up points and advance to bonus rounds while racing against the clock to solve I SPY riddles and challenges. -------------------------------------- Available for $3.99 from the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com
For more information on this app please visit: www.scholastic.com Go on a BIG adventure with Clifford and friends while practicing word-building, spelling and vocabulary skills! ----------------------------------------------- Available for $1.99 at the App Store on iPhone and iPod touch or at www.itunes.com
A sneak peak at Gordon Korman's funny, crowd-pleasing middle grade book, Zoobreak. Learn more here: www.scholastic.com ---------------------------------------- When Griffin Bing's class goes to a floating zoo, they don't expect to see animals being treated so badly. They don't expect to find Cleo, Dog Whisperer Savannah's pet monkey who's been missing for weeks. And they really don't expect to have to hide the animals once they've rescued them! Hilarity ensues as Griffin's team once more pulls off a heist...trying to break the animals back into a (better) zoo!
Learn about the amazing true story from Ruby Bridges herself. Learn more here: www.scholastic.com ----------------------------------------------------------------------- In 1960‚ Ruby Bridges walked through an angry crowd into a school‚ changing history. This easy reader explores her courage‚ staying strong in the face of racism and shaping our country. Scholastic Reader Level 2.
www.scholastic.com --- BONE creator Jeff Smith demonstrates his drawing technique and explains the importance of panels in comic book art.
Kazu Kibuishi talks about Book One in his Amulet graphic novel series. Learn more here: www.scholastic.com ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ After the tragic death of their father, Emily and Navin move with their mother to the home of her deceased great-grandfather, but the strange house proves to be dangerous. Before long, a sinister creature lures the kids´ mom through a door in the basement. Em and Navin, desperate not to lose her, follow her into an underground world inhabited by demons, robots, and talking animals.
Check out more at: www.scholastic.com -- Jake T. Austin, from Wizards of Waverly Place, talks about why he loves to read.
Suzanne Collins talks about her classical inspiration for The Hunger Games trilogy. Learn more here: www.scholastic.com
See the best of what happened when Whoopi Goldberg and author Gordon Korman discussed The 39 Clues Book 2: One False Note on December 1, 2008. ------------------------------------- Learn more at: www.the39clues.com and at www.scholastic.com
Visit us at: www.scholastic.com -- Welcome to TheScholasticChannel, your home for anything and everything Scholastic. And be sure to check out our other channels, ScholasticKids and ScholasticTeens.
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"Under Dick Robinsons leadership, Scholastic has become the largest publisher and distributor of childrens books in the world and a leader in educational technology and childrens media, with such well known brands as Harry Potter, Clifford the Big Red Dog, The Magic School Bus, Goosebumps and many others. Since he became President in 1974, CEO in 1975 and Chairman in 1982, Scholastic has also expanded its business internationally and continues to nurture its relationships with teachers, school leaders and librarians throughout the US and the world through its well-known Scholastic Book Clubs and Scholastic Book Fairs, Scholastic Classroom Magazines and www.scholastic.com. The companys groundbreaking reading intervention program READ 180 set the industry standard for use of proven technology in classrooms, and Scholastic continues to build on its strong position with other research-based technology programs such as ReadAbout:, FASTT Math and Scholastic Zip Zoom English." (From mediaroom.scholastic.comTaking place June 1-12, 2009, the Cyber Summit on 21st Century Skills is a nation-wide online event where educators, administrators, business people, policy makers and parents—anyone who desires to have a voice in the future of education in our country—can learn and be heard as we work together to advance the 21st Century Skills Movement. To be heard and join in the discussion, visit www.21stcenturyskills.org and participate for FREE between June 1-12, 2009.
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Join Sabira and other muggles for this exciting read-a-thon celebration at Scholastic Headquarters in NYC and online at www.scholastic.com/readharry on September 23rd. Reading starts at 8:00 am and goes until the last page is read!
Booktalk for Millicent Min: Girl Genius by Lisa Yee What would it be like to be eleven--years--old and about to become a senior in high school? Learn more about Millicent Min: Girl Genius at www.scholastic.com
Booktalk for Elijah of Buxton by Christopher Paul Curtis. Elijah was special. He was the first free baby born in Buxton, the first person there who had never been owned by a slave master. Learn more about Elijah of Buxton at www.scholastic.com
Scholastic Booktalk for The Wright 3 by Blue Balliett Miss Hussey's class is investigating art again. But this time it's not a painting, it's an entire house! The Robie House has secrets, and so do Petra, Calder and Tommy. Will this uneasy trio be able to get along well enough to discover the house's secrets and save the architect's favorite building? Learn more about The Wright 3 at www.scholastic.com
Scholastic Booktalk for Inkheart by Cornelia Funke. What would you do if every time you read a book out loud, it came to life, whether you wanted it to or not? Enter the world of Inkheart, and find out. Learn more about Inkheart at www.scholastic.com
Scholastic Booktalk for Rules by Cynthia Lord. This summer, Catherine's life will be turned upside down, as she struggles to figure out what "normal" really means. Learn more about Rules at www.scholastic.com
Scholastic Booktalk for Click by Nick Hornby, Roddy Doyle, Gregory Maguire, Linda Sue Park, David Almond, Tim Wynne-Jones, Ruth Ozeki, Deborah Ellis, Margo Lanagan, and Eoin Colfer. A box of shells and a stack of signed portraits. Why did Grandpa Gee leave them to Maggie and Jason? What to they mean? Learn more about Click at www.scholastic.com
Scholastic Booktalk for Notes From the Midnight Driver by Jordan Sonnenblick. This is a story of Alex Gregory, his jazz guitar, his best friend Laurie, a lawn gnome, an angry judge, and a feisty old man dying of emphysema, and how the combination changes all of them. Learn more about Notes From the Midnight Driver at www.scholastic.com
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Will Voldemort be Defeated? Answer the question in the Shrieking Shack: www.scholastic.com and visit the website: www.scholastic.com/harrypotter/
Who Will Live? Who Will Die? Cast your vote on the new Scholastic Harry Potter website, in the Shrieking Shack Poll. Go directly to the Shrieking Shack: www.scholastic.com Or visit the website: www.scholastic.com
The Harry Potter Knight Bus Tour finally debuts June 1, 2007 on the TODAY Show with Meredith Viera. For the bus schedule, visit www.Scholastic.com/HarryPotter
Who Winds Up With Whom? Harry and Ginny? Harry and Hermione? Ron and Hermione? Lupin and Tonks? Cast your vote on the new Scholastic Harry Potter website, in the Shrieking Shack Poll. Go directly to the Shrieking Shack: www.scholastic.com Or visit the brand new website: www.scholastic.com
Is Snape Good or Evil? Cast your vote on the new Scholastic Harry Potter website, in the Shrieking Shack Poll. Go directly to the Shrieking Shack: www.scholastic.com Or visit the brand new website: www.scholastic.com
Who Will Live? Who Will Die? Cast your vote on the new Scholastic Harry Potter website, in the Shrieking Shack Poll. Go directly to the Shrieking Shack: www.scholastic.com Or visit the brand new website: www.scholastic.com
Drums, Girls & Dangerous Pie by Jordan Sonnenblick Featured on the Scholastic Book Fairs Middle School Fair for Spring 2007. Check out all the Author Videos at: www.scholastic.com/bookfairs/books
Tyler Hilton Read For 2007 Public Service Announcement. Visit www.scholastic.com for details.
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Masiela Lusha Read For 2007 Public Service Announcement. Visit www.scholastic.com for details.
Sabrina Bryan Read For 2007 Public Service Announcement. Visit www.scholastic.com for details.
A video I made for Fatty Koo's song "Cruise Control". I got the information from www.scholastic.com