Looking for a new kind of non-fiction? Introducing “Scholastic Discover More”

In the age of YouTube, Google and Wikipedia, today’s kids are looking for a new kind of non-fiction. In a few clicks students can enter a world of endless resources with video, images and games—but how many of those resources are really reliable and align to the Common Core State Standards? As the CCSS becomes a priority across school districts the demand for print and digital non-fiction resources has increased.

As Scholastic continues to partner with teachers we realize and recognize the need for more non-fiction books that engage our students and provide 21st century learning skills. We are excited to share our newest, multi-platform, non-fiction series Scholastic Discover More with you! Scholastic Discover More pairs non-fiction text, with digital companion materials that inspire students to explore their world and become lifelong readers.

We invite YOU to join scientists on their explorations, visit Scholastic Discover More, and enter this code: ONOURMINDSDM and enjoy a sneak peak of in-depth articles, charts, quizzes, and videos for a chance to dive deeper into the text.

Watch the Scholastic Discover More video here: 

Let us know what you think about Scholastic Discover More in the comments section!

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  1. We love Scholastic Discover More! What a wonderful site. I wish that the content was online only rather than PDF download and online but we really enjoyed it! Is there somewhere to sign up for emails for which books include online access?

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