Prepare students for life in today’s world
News-2-You students not only learn about the issues and events going on in their world but also so much more, and it’s all tied to their weekly newspaper. Students learn critical thinking skills through the many activities in each edition; expand their knowledge of cultures, customs, and places in the world; discover different career options—all while collaborating to create their own newspapers for bringing home and sparking meaningful discussions with parents.
with high-interest topics
No matter where students are learning—self-contained, resource room, general education, or virtual and home settings during remote learning—News-2-You reaches them with relevant topics and materials at just the right level. There are always fun and engaging topics and articles like The Great British Baking Show, Women’s Rights, Amazing Young Athletes, 16 year‑old climate change activist Greta Thunberg, Kids’ Choice Awards Voting, Singers on Social Media…and much more!
with all the features of a daily newspaper
Each weekly edition includes topical articles about people and places in the news along with popular features and activities like recipes, jokes, games, puzzles, Sudoku and much more.
Let’s go travel the world!
Students choose their preferred mode of transportation (Skis? Motorcycle? Skateboard?) and travel to each destination via a point-of-view video. Then it’s on to exploring different locations around the world that are connected to each week’s news topic.
tied to the week’s edition
There’s an engaging new bi-monthly book exploring a career tied to the news topic. The books are filled with rich photographs and created with full symbol support from the popular SymbolStix PRIME database. These Spotlight books help students answer the “who” question as they make real-world connections.
their own newspapers
Strengthen the school-to-home connection by guiding students through Class News, a fun, interactive, collaborative process for generating unlimited custom newspapers! Students can email their newspapers or print and bring them home, where parents are thrilled to have meaningful discussions with their unique learners about community and world events.
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