Free template for students to use with any article in order to prepare them to SHARE a CURRENT EVENT article with the classroom!

Free template for students to use with any article in order to prepare them to SHARE a CURRENT EVENT article with the classroom!

Current Event Newspaper Assignment-What's the SCOOP?

Current Event Newspaper Assignment-What's the SCOOP?

This is one simple way to talk about current events with your students. This gives students the change to write down a few things about some news and then they can bring them to class and talk about what they saw on the news.

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.

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.

10 Resources for Studying Current Events with Students

10 Resources for Studying Current Events with Students

If you want to include current events in your homeschool, but don't know where to start, check out these current events resources for students of all ages.

Kathys Cluttered Mind: God's World News - Early Edition Review And FREE Current Events Journal Page

Kathys Cluttered Mind: God's World News - Early Edition Review And FREE Current Events Journal Page

Current event bulletin board.....Display top current events each week; judged  on execution, not just interest.

Current event bulletin board.....Display top current events each week; judged on execution, not just interest.

Hear ye! Hear ye! Teaching current events doesn’t have to be boring. Engage and challenge your students in local and world events by using choice boards, which are perfect for the classroom because they allow for creativity and differentiation.

Current events in the classroom

Hear ye! Hear ye! Teaching current events doesn’t have to be boring. Engage and challenge your students in local and world events by using choice boards, which are perfect for the classroom because they allow for creativity and differentiation.

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