Studies Weekly: What Do You Get When You Request a Free Sample
Did you know you can preview Studies Weekly with a free print sample?
When you use our Request a Sample form at studiesweekly.com, you will get grade-level samples of our award-winning K-6 social studies curriculum and sample publications from our new 7th and 8th grade United States History and World History curricula we are prototyping.
Our colorful and engaging periodical-style pages are unique in the industry and encourage your students to dig into history through primary sources.
Your students will love our hands-on curriculum where they can highlight, take notes and complete learning strategies right on the publication. We’re the only standards-based social studies publisher that encourages your students to chop up their “textbooks,” so they can cut up and incorporate their publications into multiple assignments and activities.
Studies Weekly’s balanced literacy approach can be used in your Language Arts block to fulfill many ELA standards through non-fiction reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing and technology use.
Ready to Use
Spend less time prepping for instruction, and more time engaging students with ready-to-use lesson plans that incorporate essential learning strategies, activities and worksheets.
Get weekly newspapers or magazines for every student in your classroom for the entire school year — with full access to our online education platform — for just $8.15 per student.
You can also specifically request the Spanish-language version of our publications for California and Texas. Florida also has a Spanish option, but only through the online platform.
Go Further Online
Our samples are pretty impressive, but they are only a small part of your complete curriculum package. With purchase of weekly newspapers or magazines for every student in your classroom for the entire school year, you have full access to our robust online education platform. The online component takes your students deeper with more primary source videos and images. It is also extremely user-friendly with audio reader and highlighting functions, and full Google Classroom integration.
Interested in Science?
If you teach in a state that has not yet adopted Studies Weekly at the state level, your free sample also includes K-5 Science.
We’re creating a completely new NGSS based K-5 Science curriculum. Each unit centers on a guiding question, which helps students answer the “why” and wonder of science. Our new science curriculum will utilize the five Es. Your students will Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate and Evaluate all aspects of science. Student-centered learning activities, experiments, and demonstrations challenge your students to test predictions, find solutions, draw conclusions and display their knowledge and skills.
While the new science is not available in all states yet, it will be.
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