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Friday 05/13/2016
This Summer, Get ‘Fit to Read’

One of the best things anyone of any age can do to keep their mind sharp is to keep their body healthy, and this summer, The Missourian will help young readers learn how to do both with its annual Summer Reading Program, “Fit to Read.”

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Saturday 04/30/2016
Tiny, But Mighty

A young Kirkwood family who had ridden the Amtrak train to Washington last week knew exactly what to do when they found a Little Free Library standing inside the depot. Kirkwood has five such libraries, where people are invited to “Take a Book, Return a Book.”

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Wednesday 04/27/2016
Riverbend Student Wins Spelling Bee

By Joe Barker

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Sunday 04/17/2016
Regional Spelling Bee April 23 at East Central

Spelling bee champions from 38 area schools will compete in The Missourian’s regional spelling competition — The Bee — Saturday, April 23, at 9 a.m. at East Central College.

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Saturday 02/20/2016
Ready. Set. Read!

Anyone who attended The Missourian’s Run to Read event a few years ago to hear children’s author/illustrator Meghan McCarthy’s presentation may remember her talking a little about how crazy the 1904 Olympic Marathon held in St. Louis was. She was in the middle of doing research for a book about the marathon and was shocked by what she was learning.

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Review: "Numbers (Picture This)" by Judith Nouvi

You can count on little ones loving books with photos of cute little animals. “Numbers, (Picture This),” by Judith Nouvi, has a bevy of creatures children can name and count too. This enchanting board book is the June Baby Buzz Pick, suggested by the Washington School District Parents as Teachers.

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Curriculum Resources

NIE Week Curriculum Available

This year, the American Press Institute (formerly the Newspaper Association of America Foundation) has partnered with the Newseum on  the annual curriculum. API has been creating Newspaper In Education Week curriculum for more than 25 years.

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Newspaper In Education Institute

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 the popular NIE Instructional Calendar.

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Space Place

Can you see underwater? NASA can!

If you could, what would you want to look at? Maybe to find out if a crab is about to nibble on your toe? Well, if you were really lucky, you might just see a beautiful coral reef.

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Monday 06/06/2016
Congratulations to the News Quiz Teacher Winner!

Congratulations to Abby Warden, a teacher at New Haven Elementary School, for winning our end-of-the-year News Quiz teacher drawing! Warden's name was selected from among all of the teachers who used the News Quiz in their classrooms this year! Warden's 5th-grade students made 455 entries into this year's News Quiz!

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Thank You

Friday 07/11/2014
Thank You & Testimonials

View Thank You letters from students and Teacher Testimonials from educators who participate in the Missourian In Education program.

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Contact Us

Writing Guide Helps Students Write Book Buzz Reviews

Students submitting Book Reviews on the monthly Book Buzz Picks have a great resource in the Book Buzz Review Writing Guide. The guide provides tips and suggestions for writing reviews and a page for students to organize their thoughts.

  • icon Updated: October 28

July Book Buzz Picks: "Extraordinary Feats"

We admire “Extraordinary Feats,” but accomplishing them isn’t a breeze if you’re a bee. Sometimes a drone will rise to the occasion, zero in on the sweetest field of flowers, making for a humdinger batch of honey.

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Thursday 07/28/2016
Review: "The Black Widow"
Updated: July 28, 2016 - 1:59 pm

ISIS is the timely subject of Daniel Silva’s latest spellbinding novel, “The Black Widow.” As current as today’s headlines, it is well-researched and authenticated with data collected from working intelligence officers.

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