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It seems that snow days sneak up on our classes when least expected. Use this collection of resources to "plan ahead" for snow days. Maybe you want to stop and appreciate snow for snow's sake by creating snowflakes and studying this striking weather phenomenon. Or perhaps your class needs a way to convene for some snow day collaboration. Whatever your situation, you will find tools and ideas here for any grade level.

Share this link on your class web page or TeachersFirst public page so your class is prepared. Even if a blizzard should close your school for a week, these links can  prevent cabin fever for all, and keep the learning moving!

 

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Get the latest front page news from U.S. and international newspapers and network news sites with this impressive current events site. Browse through the featured articles and click...more
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Get the latest front page news from U.S. and international newspapers and network news sites with this impressive current events site. Browse through the featured articles and click on a headline to access the full story. If you can't find what you're looking for on the home page, scan through the site's current stories, organized by topic or region of the world.

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Use this site as a resource for current events projects - assign students various weeks through out the semester in which they are to be the class news reporter, keeping their peers up to date and informed. Have students research whats going on via this news site, and present a small presentation at the beginning of class every day during their week. Students can either orally present, or for the technologically inclined, create a short video summarizing the same information. Have students create news briefs and share them using a tool such as SchoolTube reviewed here. Create a standing assignment for snow days: If it snows and school is closed, search this site (or Google News) for the most amazing snow story to share when we return to class! Share the stories from home on a class wiki or blog.

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