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Free, daily, 10-minute current events newscasts along with materials such as downloadable maps and discussion questions to help students develop critical thinking skills and better understand the stories covered in the news.

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Current Event -Science

{FOLLOW ME on TpT to know when you can download new products for FREE!} This is a general Science Current Event from my Current Event Pack for intermediate students. Students select an article from your teacher designated sources (websites, magazines, etc.) and complete the current event printable that you have selected. In my TpT store, you will find a Current Event Pack that includes colorful versions specific to different branches of science such as life, space, earth, and physical.

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Current Events: Social Studies (Rubric included)

Current events are a great way to keep kids informed of what is going on in the world around them. This current event sheet and rubric allows students to choose an article that interests them to share with the class. They must highlight important key events, answer questions and write a summary. Students then present their current event to the class on an assigned day.


6 Ideas For Teaching Current Events

6 Ideas for Teaching Current Events - 2 Peas and a Dog. It is important that students are exposed to current content in our programs no matter what subject area or grade we teach. In this blog post you will find 6 easy to implement ideas for teaching current events in your classroom.

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Current Event - Social Studies

{FOLLOW ME on TpT to know when you can download new products FREE!} Need some help with Social Studies? Need an activity to go with that Weekly Reader? Want to integrate reading and social studies? You are sure to love using social studies current events in your classroom!

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Current Events in the Classroom

Use current events in your elementary classroom to teach social studies, reading, and writing skills. Students practice summarizing the article, citing their sources, and providing their opinion.


"What's the Scoop?" A student reporter watches the news during the week and brings 3 headlines on Friday to share with the class. EASY way to incorporate current events and public speaking in the classroom!

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Current Events Printables - Use with Any Article! Great for Informational Text

Here are 14 Ready to Use Current Events Activities. There are 12 Current Events worksheet and graphic organizers that can be used with any article....