Scholastic Printables club

Discussion in 'Elementary Education' started by Hamster, Jun 17, 2009.

  1. Hamster

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    Jun 17, 2009

    Has anyone subscribed to Scholastic Printables and Mini books? Do you like it? I think it will be good for RTI activities? Let me know what you think if you are a member. Thanks. :thanks:
     
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  3. snickydog

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    I subscribed to the printables (before it was with mini-books). A lot of the pages that are posted are ones from the Scholastic teacher books they produce. I'd use it when differentiating for my students since I don't have a ton of off-level stuff, such as letter-sound match pages for some of my struggling students and double-digit addition with regrouping pages for my advanced students.

    If you subscribe, see if they're doing a deal where you'd get bonus points - when I did it, I got 1000 bonus points, which was "worth" more than the subscription itself in free books.

    I think it had some good resources, although if you know other teachers in your building with lots of those teacher resource books Scholastic produces, you could probably borrow their books and get the resources for free.
     

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