The May 2018 issue of Scope features a gripping nonfiction article that will draw your students into the fascinating world of the American wolf.

We often hear that a big hurdle students face is simply knowing the language of tests—the "instructional language" or "academic talk" that includes words like explain, describe, and conclude.

It was a deeply moving experience to put together Scope’s April 2018 nonfiction feature, “The Children Who Escaped the Nazi’s.” This article tells the incredible true story of 14-year-old Lore Sulzbacher, who escaped Nazi Germany through the Kindertransport, an operation that helped save the lives of approximately 10,000 Jewish children.

We can't wait for you and your students to pick up the April issue of Scope and read about how 12-year-old Bella Rossborough got plastic bags banned from her hometown.

The April 2018 issue of Scope features a Short Read about Mount Everest and how, after series of earthquakes, it may have shrunk an inch. After reading the article "Did the World's Tallest Mountain Shrink?", explore these awe-inspiring resources to keep the learning going around the cultural obsession that is Mount Everest.

 

Here's a sneak peek at what you'll find in the April 2018 issue of Scope.