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Reading magazine adds digital content

  Scholastic has announced the launch of a new digital extension to its Scholastic News magazine called Scholastic News Interactive, free to all current subscribers of Scholastic News.
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 Scholastic has announced the launch of a new digital extension to its Scholastic News magazine called Scholastic News Interactive, free to all current subscribers of Scholastic News.

The SN Interactive program was designed to enhance the reading and learning experience by using tools that engage all reading levels and types of learners. The new digital features of SN Interactive include:

* Digital Issues and Skills Sheets
* “Anchor” Videos
* Differentiated instruction
* Vocabulary pop-ups
* Read-alouds
* Graph and map pop-ups
* Interactive student activities
* Digital archive

For demos of the Grade 1 and Grade 4 Scholastic News Interactive, visit www.scholastic.com/snidemo.

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