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Newsela has many articles of interest for students. You can login using Google. You can also change the reading level.
National Geographic Kids
Large collection of approachable, fun multimedia resources about animals, habitats, countries, and cultures.
Time for Kids
News magazine for kids can drive current events conversation
Kid-friendly news site enriched by reader supports, timely topics
Kid-centric news from the Washington Post
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April in the Library
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Book Lists and Reading Ideas
Lesson Ideas for Teachers
Take a deeper dive into cartoons. You can take a look as a class to drive deeper discussion or print out and have students look at this independently.
Is it Legit?: Five steps for vetting a news source
Many sources compete for attention online, including partisan blogs and bogus sites posing as legitimate news organizations. It can be tough to know what to trust. Follow these steps to cut through the noise and learn how to evaluate sources for signs of credibility – as well as for red flags that signal a source should be avoided.
"Fake news" — yesterday's Yellow Journalism — dates back to 1800s
Open the link to this article, read and take the quiz. Let's fight against misinformation, learn how to be an informed reader.
Check out these author interviews, book trailers and more for some fantastic dystopian titles in our library.