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Scholastic News Online, America's Leading News Source for Kids | Scholastic.com

Scholastic News Online is the place for kid news with games and quizzes, debate topics, and in-depth reports. Use our teacher and parent guides to help your student benefit fully from our great source of information. Includes materials from Scholastic News classroom magazine.

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Bring thought-provoking current events topics into the classroom with articles connected directly to your curriculum. Age-appropriate current events, high-interest nonfiction, and a complete digital learning package make Scholastic News the #1 news source for kids.

Create a Campaign Poster | Scholastic News Online Election 2008 | Scholastic.com

Create an election campaign poster using images and symbols. Includes teacher lesson plan to teach students about media literacy. Part of Scholastic News Online's Election 2008 special report.

Create a Campaign Poster | Scholastic News Online Election 2008 | Scholastic.com

Create an election campaign poster using images and symbols. Includes teacher lesson plan to teach students about media literacy. Part of Scholastic News Online's Election 2008 special report.

2008 Presidential Nominees Timeline | Scholastic News Online Election 2008 | Scholastic.com

Learn about the 2008 Presidential nominees with an interactive timeline. View video, images and articles about important events in American history and John McCain and Barack Obama's lives. Part of Scholastic News Online's Election 2008 special report.

2008 Presidential Nominees Timeline | Scholastic News Online Election 2008 | Scholastic.com

Learn about the 2008 Presidential nominees with an interactive timeline. View video, images and articles about important events in American history and John McCain and Barack Obama's lives. Part of Scholastic News Online's Election 2008 special report.

Scholastic News Online: Election 2008 | Scholastic.com

Read our extended news reports of the Election 2008 campaign. This special report include stories, activities, background information and more.

Learn About the Issues and Where the Candidates Stand | Scholastic News Online Election 2008 | Scholastic.com

Learn about the key issues of the 2008 presidential campaign and where the candidates stand. Then test your knowledge with the Where the Candidates Stand game. Includes lesson plan and links to Election stories and other activities.

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Kids Press Corps Oil Spill Report on Scholastic News Online

Kids Press Corps Blog on Scholastic News Online

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MTV News Correspondent Gideon Yago Talks to Scholastic News Online

MTV News Correspondent Gideon Yago Talks to Scholastic News Online.

Scholastic News Online: Election 2008 Candidate Game | Scholastic.com

Read our extended news reports of the Election 2008 campaign. This special report include stories, activities, background information and more.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC NEWS ONLINE 12/30/2010

Your Top News From 2010 | Scholastic News Online

What were the past year's most popular news stories? Take a look at our top 10. These were the stories, scoops, and headlines you and thousands of others read the most on Scholastic News Online in 2010.

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Scholastic News Online: Black History Month

Celebrate Black History Month with Scholastic News Online! Scholastic Kid Reporters from all over the United States interview leaders in the...

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC NEWS ONLINE 4/19/2013

Earth Day News From Kids | Scholastic News Online

Three reports from Scholastic News Kid Reporters in Oregon, New Jersey, and New York about some big environmental issues in their states.

ARTICLE: SCHOLASTIC NEWS ONLINE 2/18/2008

Presidents' Day from Scholastic News Online | News for Kids

There is no school on Monday for students all across the country. Many companies are closed, too. Almost everyone gets some time off as the nation celebrates Presidents'?? Day. The holiday honors two of our greatest Presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln