Announcements for May 28, 2015
Your students live in a digital world. The eEdition is an excellent interactive tool that helps you and your students meet technology and core curriculum learning objectives.
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Love to Write?
Apply to be a Colorado Kids Reporter! It’s fun and there are cool perks
Youth Journalism Day
Thursday, June 11, 2015 – 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM
The Denver Post, 101 W. Colfax Ave., Denver CO
This is a one-day, intense and fun learning experience for kids ages 8 to 13. Here’s a great chance for budding journalists, writers and photographers to spend the day with professionals learning about journalism
This is the 73rd anniversary of the Executive Order 9066 which allowed the government to move thousands of Japanese people from their homes along the west coast to internment camps, one of which was in Colorado.
New materials from Miami University’s Fighting With Food project focuses on the process of inquiry and helps teachers engage their students in the topic of toxicants and the role nutrient dense foods in helping to combat their effects with a new graphic story style format.
NASA's Space Place
A monthly column on the latest space discoveries and technologies for elementary students
Daily Science Webcasts
All of nature shares the same breath, so believe the Raramuri peoples of Mexico.
-- May 28, 2015
A website for 4th through 8th graders. Show off your writing and photography, comment on stories other youth have written and have them comment on your writing, and get the chance to be published in Colorado Kids in The Tuesday Denver Post or the NextGen column in the YourHub.com section in the Thursday Denver Post. Check it out!! Our reporters have interviewed the mayor, the governor, movie stars and directors -- and it could be you.► Click here for more information
This weeks lesson:
► Honoring War Dead
Kid Scoop Teachers
Find new ideas to use the newspaper to teach across the curriculum. Lesson ideas for both print and e-edition newspapers!
Kid Scoop Parents Information
Tips for helping your child succeed in school and life, fun educational activities, recipes, crafts, book reviews and more.
A multi-media education program that brings interactive educational pages, online learning games, comprehension and vocabulary activities, video, web-quest resources, family involvement activities and more!
Kid Scoop Activity Pages
Just download and print!
• Skill development!
• Hands-on Minds-on Learning fun!
Kid Scoop Lesson Library
Lessons Ideas for using the e-edition and print edition of the newspaper in the classroom.
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