Resources for Teachers and Students
Welcome to Newspaper in Education
The Longmont Times-Call and Loveland Reporter-Herald Newspaper in Education program provides the Digital Replica Edition of the newspaper to encourage classroom learning.Timely examples of science, math, civics, and language arts help educators provide students with real life connections.
Lesson plans come alive when educators use the Times-Call and Reporter-Herald to make links with local, national, and international news. The Times-Call and Reporter-Herald provide an innovative learning experience that is far beyond textbooks.
For questions, or to send a request for Digital Replica Edition access click here. Or call 303-684-5306 (Longmont) 970-635-3662 (Loveland).
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Tap the wealth of information in your newspaper as a teaching tool:
Diversity, multiculturalism, worldwide events. You'll find plenty for classroom discussions in this listing of events.
Daily Science Webcasts
Fewer varieties of corn threatens the heritage of a Mesoamerican culture.
-- May 23, 2013
Whether its from the simple desire to help others, our environment, or our way of life, innovation is a process that begins with imagination and results in the creation of something of value for society. NBC Learn, in collaboration with the National Science Foundation, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the National Science Teachers Association, explores the process of innovations in this compelling 11-week video series.
May is Garden for Wildlife Month!
Plant a Schoolyard Garden at Your School
To help reconnect today's children to the outdoors, National Wildlife Federation assists schools in developing outdoor classrooms called Schoolyard Habitats®, where educators and students learn how to attract and support local wildlife.
These wildlife habitats become places where students not only learn about wildlife species and ecosystems, but also outdoor classrooms where they hone their academic skills and nurture their innate curiosity and creativity.
Teachers use the Kids Scoop page as a theme for your lesson plan
Parents use the Kids Scoop material to foster academic success, a joy of learning and family discussion.
Kids check out Kids Scoop Game Zone for fun, interactive activities to play as you learn.