Missourian in Education

Congratulations to Jenna Mohesky, a 4th-grade student at St. Bridget School, for winning this week’s News Quiz. Jenna wins a $10 gift card to Sugarfire Smoke House in Washington, our sponsor for the Week #25 Missourian In Education News Quiz, based on news in the Jan. March 18-19 weekend iss…

Congratulations to John Schenk, a 6th-grade student at The Fulton School at St. Albans, for winning this week’s News Quiz. John wins a $10 gift certificate to Imo’s Pizza in Washington and Union, our sponsor for the Week #22 Missourian In Education News Quiz, based on news in the Jan. Feb. 2…

Book Buzz News

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Newsbee is no wanna-bee this month. He’s over the moon about the reviews that arrived at the hive. This makes your literary bee buddy so proud he could add another stripe to his chest. Thanks to the teachers, moms, dads, grandparents and other family members and friends for helping grow read…

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Newsbee’s Book Buzz characters this month are a wonder — all have a can-do attitude and display courage in the face of opposition. You’re sure to enjoy meeting a rooster that refuses to have his voice silenced, an artist who pushes past the norm to develop his own style, and a street-wise at…

Area students put Newsbee’s motto, “Page On,” into practice this month; lots of wonderful reviews arrived at the hive. Congrats to all who submitted reviews, and to the teachers who encouraged them to do so. Hope to see book lovers of all ages at Family Reading Night on Friday, March 3, at W…

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Reading in bed gets high marks, whether you’re surrounded by a hive full of drones, or prone in a cozy bed sharing a book with a loved one. This month’s “Bedtime Stories” are sure to make slumber time prime time, a trio of reads that will have you begging to keep the lights on, for “just one…

Baby Buzz

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  • Reviewed by Christy Schmich, parent educator, Washington School District
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Talk to any pediatrician, librarian or literacy expert, and they’ll stress the importance of reading to little ones, starting at birth. Parent educators with the Washington School District would echo their advice.

Animals and interactive fun make “Amazing Animals: A Spin and Spot Book” spot-on for tykes. Parent educators with the Washington School District know what appeals to the younger set and have named the board book their February Baby Book Buzz Pick.

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Welcome to this year's News Quiz! Take the quiz each week to practice your news I.Q. and for a chance to win great prizes!

Contact Us

Contact Dawn Kitchell, Educational Services Director, at kitchelld@emissourian.com for information about the Missourian In Education and Record In Education youth readership programs.

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Curriculum Resources

This 33-card set provides elementary and secondary Newspaper In Education activities in math, reading, science and social studies. Print, trim, hole punch and secure with a ring to make a set of task cards to use in the classroom or at home.

Our membership to the Newspaper In Education Institute provides local educators access to more than 300 instructional resources, including teacher guides, student supplements, character education materials, numerous subject-specific resources, video & audio teacher training modules, and …

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