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© 2018 by Vicki Whiting, Editor Jeff Schinkel, Graphics Vol. 34, No. 13 Reading Kid Scoop with your family is a great time to learn about each other. Fill in the blanks on today’s Kid Scoop page and YOU are front page news! TODAY’S WEATHER: TODAY’S LUNCH: YOUR SOURCE FOR NEWS ABOUT YOURSELF ★★★★★ releases new list of favorites What: Think about something Where: that happened this morning. Did you When: almost miss the bus? Did you help make breakfast? Why: (DRAW A SELF PORTRAIT) Favorite Book: Who: News stories should always include facts. Favorite Food: Favorite Movie: A Busy Morning (YOUR NAME) Favorite School Subject: Favorite Weekend Activity: MORNING EDITION By (YOUR NAME) (FAMILY MEMBER’S NAME) releases new list of favorites Favorite School Subject: Favorite Food: Then list the who, what, when, where and why about this morning. Favorite Weekend Activity: Favorite Movie: OPINION How to Improve My School By Show your parents your completed Kid Scoop page. Then interview one of your family members for their own column on this page. Favorite Book: (YOUR NAME) Editorials are newspaper articles where opinions are shared. Write an editorial about your school. Try to offer ideas for a solution to a problem at your school. Favorite Animal: Favorite Animal: Favorite Song: Favorite Song: I’m Really Good At: I’m Really Good At: A Place I’d Like To Visit: A Place I’d Like To Visit: Standards Link: Reading Comprehension: Follow simple written directions. Be a Math Star Scavenger Hunt My Comic Strip In today’s newspaper, look for: • 3 numbers that add up to your age • 3 numbers that add up to your address • 3 numbers that up to a parent’s age Create a comic strip by writing a favorite joke in the bubbles. Then draw a picture in each frame to go with the words. How many differences can you find between these two pictures? Standards Link: Observation: Find the differences between common objects. Complete the grid by using all the letters in the word NEWS in each vertical and horizontal row. Each letter should only be used once in each row. Some spaces have been filled in for you. Standards Link: Research: Use the newspaper to locate information. the words by looking up, NEWSPAPER Find down, backwards, forwards, sideways and diagonally. BREAKFAST OPINIONS S I O P I N I O N S BUBBLES MORNING E T S A F K A E R B L W H A T L W N G T SOURCE SCHOOL B I D E A S R N N L ANIMAL B U S M P O E E I O COMIC U H I A H U H H N O IDEAS WEATHER B N P W E R W W R H A E N E W C I M O C WHAT WHEN R E H T A E W S M S WHO Standards Link: Letter sequencing. Recongized identical BUS words. Skim and scan reading. Recall spelling patterns. This week’s word: OPINION The noun opinion means a judgement, viewpoint or belief not necessarily based on fact. The class shared good opinions about the new school lunch menu. Try to use the word opinion in a sentence today when talking with your friends and family. It’s All About YOU! Look through the newspaper and circle five or more adjectives that tell how wonderful you are! Then, use these adjectives to write a short news story about yourself. Have you ever sweet-talked someone into helping you with a chore or into simply doing it for you? How did you do it? Standards Link: Research: Use the newspaper to locate information. NIE SpoNSorS Premier Properties Kings County Trophy Suzanne Marienau Cardoza, O.D.