Adventure awaits at the official online home of the Magic Tree House series! Join Jack and Annie on more than 100 new missions. Travel through time, collect clues and solve puzzles to earn Mission Medallions. Plus, kid adventurers receive exclusive rewards as members of the Kids’ Adventure Club.
Join the free Magic Tree House Teachers Club and be the first to learn about new fiction adventures and nonfiction Fact Trackers. Download classroom resources and stay up to date on programs including the Magic Tree House Educator of the Year and the Read Around the World Classroom Challenge.
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MTH Educational Programs
Introducing the Magic Tree House Kids’ Adventure Club, the first-ever club where kid adventurers can come together. By joining the Kids’ Adventure Club, members will receive packages in the mail throughout the year, members-only goodies, and the opportunity to Skype with the person who knows Jack and Annie’s adventures best—Mary Pope Osborne! Be sure to sign up!
Are you the next Magic Tree House Educator of the Year? Enter by telling us how you incorporate the Magic Tree House books into your classroom for a chance to win a trip to New York City to have lunch with authors Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce, autographed sets of the entire Magic Tree House series, a $500 gift card for classroom supplies, and a Skype school visit with the authors. Three runners-up will receive an autographed set of the entire Magic Tree House series for your classroom and a $250 gift card for classroom supplies.
Take the Magic Tree House Read Around the World Classroom Challenge!
Celebrate 25 years of Magic Tree House by taking your students on a trip around the world and Jack and Annie—and be eligible to win exclusive prizes! Click here for challenge starter materials.
Inside the Treehouse is a mini magazine for big Magic Tree House fans. Every issue includes exclusive content like Q&A columns with Mary Pope Osborne and Natalie Pope Boyce, a “Hometown Heroes” spotlight highlighting a Magic Tree House fan, book facts, puzzles, digital code games, and more!
First Book is a nonprofit that provides new books to programs and schools serving children in need. If you work with children from low-income families, First Book can help you get new, high-quality books on an ongoing basis. Sign up, or learn more, at firstbook.org.
The perfect way to introduce young people to the joys of performing musical theatre. Developed by renowned educators, the Collection features condensed author-approved versions of classic musicals, custom-tailored to young people and schools. The music is written in keys appropriate for developing voices and shows can be expanded to accommodate any number of performers.
Magic Tree House (MTH) partnered with Random House Children's Books and JetBlue Airways from 2013 - 2016 for their annual “Soar with Reading” program, an award-winning literacy initiative. Over 300,000 MTH books were donated to children in underserved areas such as Boston, New York, L.A., & Puerto Rico. MTH also contributed to JetBlue’s book vending machines in Detroit and Ft. Lauderdale.
For 50 years, Reading Is Fundamental has been a trusted advisor to parents and teachers looking to motivate their children to read. For booklists and classroom activities, please visit us online at www.rif.org.
Today’s public schools often lack resources for students to thrive. As a result, teachers are spending $1 billion from their own pockets each year on supplies. DonorsChoose.org makes it easy for any individual to address the inequity , one classroom at a time. “Citizen philanthropists” can fund specific project requests from teachers. Choose a project that moves you, and then hear back from the classroom with photos and updates.
Books-A-Go-Go collects used and new children’s books, and gives them to children from low income families. These books are distributed through schools and organizations that serve these children.
Tools of the Mind is comprehensive, research-based program for pre-school and kindergarten-aged children emphasizing the development of underlying cognitive and social emotional skills, such as self-regulation, at the same time as the development of literacy and mathematics skills. Tools uses mature, intentional make-believe play and specifically designed cooperative learning activities. Magic Tree House books are the focal point for dramatization, listening comprehension, writing, reading, mathematics, and science activities.
Join Jack and Annie on incredible missions as they travel around the world and through time! Click here to play!
Put your knowledge of Magic Tree House to the test and earn a passport stamp! Click here to play!
Fact Tracker Showdown
Are you the ultimate Magic Tree House fan? Find out in three rounds of challenges and compete with friends! Click here to play!