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Scholastic News: Games and Quizzes
Test your News IQ, travel with Mapman, run your own campaign for President of the United States, and then decide how you want to run the country!
Scholastic News Online | Learn about your rights as an American by playing the Celebrate the Constitution game!
Scholastic News Online | Take "The 7 Hat Challenge!" Step into the shoes of a future President-elect. You have a short time to learn the ropes, but thanks to your top-secret time machine, you can train with former Presidents to master all 7 roles of your new office.
Scholastic News Online | Kick off your campaign for President of the United States by playing "You're the Candidate" and learn what it's like to make a run for Oval Office.
Scholastic News Online | Create your own campaign poster with this fun drag and drop art activity!
Choose your cabinet and set your budget, but be prepared to explain your decisions to the press! Experience the job of President.
Ben Franklin travels to the 21st century to answer your questions! Conduct a virtual interview and write an actual article that you can print out and save.
Scholastic News Online | Match your geo skills with Scholastic cartographer, Jim McMahon. Where is Mapman this month? Follow the tips and hints to help find the answer.
Choose the background and objects to create an original picture and write your own message. Postcards will be posted on the Web site.
Scholastic News Online | Discover the words before the game ends. There is an original game for each of the following topics: entertainment, sports, and the news.