Building Interests and Curiosity
Children who read for pleasure are likely to do significantly better than peers who rarely read. The robust and varied selection of titles in BookFlix provides something for everyone, helping to ensure a positive and rewarding reading experience for all.
Building Early Literacy Skills
After reading the fiction and nonfiction pair, young learners can test their new knowledge with the Puzzlers. Puzzlers are more than just activities. They help build critical comprehension, vocabulary, and other important early literacy skills.
Building Knowledge
In addition to the authentic and engaging nonfiction Scholastic titles in each theme, the more than 1,100 curated websites offer opportunities for further exploration and additional reading practice!
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Enhancing In-Class Instruction and Library Programming
BookFlix creates more opportunities for early learners to discover the excitement and joy of reading—in school or the library. Find out how.
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Connecting Fiction and Nonfiction
Teachers who purposefully integrate multiple forms of text in the classroom engage student interests and experiences, while building background knowledge and supporting understanding of fiction and nonfiction.
Read Aloud
Comprehension begins with learning language in connection with experiences with text—hearing written language read aloud and engaging with books. Reading is not just a skill we help our students acquire but an integral part of the way they learn to use their minds.
Providing Access
The average home with children ages 0–17 reports having 104 children’s books. However, children who are frequent readers have 141 children’s books in their homes vs. 65 books for kids in infrequent readers’ homes. Increases in reading volume and stamina points to higher academic achievement.
Connecting Fiction and Nonfiction
Teachers who purposefully integrate multiple forms of text in the classroom engage student interests and experiences, while building background knowledge and supporting understanding of fiction and nonfiction.
Read Aloud
Comprehension begins with learning language in connection with experiences with text—hearing written language read aloud and engaging with books. Reading is not just a skill we help our students acquire but an integral part of the way they learn to use their minds.
Providing Access
The average home with children ages 0–17 reports having 104 children’s books. However, children who are frequent readers have 141 children’s books in their homes vs. 65 books for kids in infrequent readers’ homes. Increases in reading volume and stamina points to higher academic achievement.
Get Started on BookFlix!
Call +1-646-330-5288 to speak to a Scholastic Specialist.