Scholastic Interactives

Scholastic Interactives (elementary, middle, high)

Scholastic Interactives allows users to access many valuable resources for the classroom setting. There is a section called “Resources and Tools” that contains a lesson plan database, printable worksheets and graphic organizers, and many other tools. Another section called “Strategies and Ideas” offers just that: thoughts on how to teach more effectively. There is a section called “Books and Authors” and a section with interactive tools for students called “Student Activities.”

It is within this section that you will find:

Classroom applications are varied, but with the whiteboard compatibility, you will be sure to keep your students engaged on the topic at hand.

There are no accounts needed, so you can jump right in and use this site with your class today.


Storybirds are short, art-inspired stories you make to share, read and print.



Read them like books, play them like games, and send them like greeting cards. They’re curiously fun.

Teachers can sign up for a teacher account to manage students without emails, create assignments, and build beautiful libraries.  Authors choose from a wide variety of art to go along with a story, write their story and then share it or print it out.

Read Write Think

read write think (elementary, middle, high)

The best way I can describe Read Write Think is to say that it is a necessary instructional multi-vitamin! If you’ve not heard of this site or if you have heard of this site, but never visited it, you are missing out. This site offers lesson plans, calendar activities, professional development aids, parent resources, 55 student interactives, and much more. You need to visit this site. Today.

Whether you want to browse a bit and let your creative juices concoct your next lesson, or if you want a lesson “right out of the box” this site is for you. You will not be disappointed with the varied purposes and directions in which this site will lead you. You may run out of time, however, as this site is extensive.

No accounts are necessary. You literally can use the site immediately. Jump in and start looking today!

Click the image below to read about one example of a lesson plan that is available at Read Write Think:

Click on the picture below to learn about one of the 55 student interactives available at Read Write Think: