Educator Lessons

Revealing the History of Hispanic Immigrants in St. Louis

Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15, by celebrating the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.

NIE and the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of St. Louis have teamed...

Yoga and Movement in the Classroom

Content provided by Yoga Buzz and Complete Harmony

The end and beginning of any school year marks a major transition for both students and teachers. Instill healthy and effective coping skills for your student or yourself with these five helpful tools.

Ready Set Summer Break

School's (almost) out for summer! Check out our Ready, Set, (Summer) Break! guide for educational programming, fun things to do and ways to prevent the summer slide!

Be on the lookout for our summer activity page in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on May 3!

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St. Louis Surge

The St. Louis Surge women's professional basketball franchise is revolutionizing sports in the St. Louis community. Their philosophy of recruiting character first is a key factor for their continued success. In seven seasons, the team has won five Regional Championships and two National Championships. To learn more about the team and their impact both on and off the court...

Cardinals in the Classroom

Newspapers in Education and the St. Louis Cardinals are once again partnering to bring you Cardinals in the Classroom - a six-week program that covers all the bases in the classroom!

NIE is proud to partner with the Cardinals Academic Program (CAP) for educational content. CAP integrates the game of baseball with school curriculum through hands-on activities...

Mr. Eads' Bridge

An ordinary field trip to the Gateway Arch turns extraordinary when Becky is transported to the 1870s. The creature that sent her into the past wants one thing for her: to learn. She meets the man behind the Eads’ Bridge, James Eads, and Laura Ascot, an architecture student. Between the two of them Becky learns a great deal about...

Hockey with Heart

Share your students' stories of leadership, perseverance and compassion - the top 3 winners will each receive a prize pack from the St. Louis Blues!

All students in grades Kindergarten - 12th grade are welcome to enter their stories by Sunday, March 10.

Get started today!

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Ready Set Winter Break

Winter break is just around the corner, and that means it’s almost time for the holidays! Check out our Ready, Set, (Winter) Break! guide for fun things to do over the break, how to beat cabin fever, healthy eating and more!

Be on the lookout for our holiday activity page in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Friday,...

Archery

In partnership with the Missouri Department of Conservation , Newspapers in Education is exploring archery. Nearly everyone can succeed at archery, regardless of age, size or physical ability. Studies show that archery programs:

Increase self-esteem Encourage physical activity Get kids outside! Can become an after-school activity MORE!

Content provided by the National Archery in the Schools Program...

Mizzou Minutes

It is often recommended that we read at least 20 minutes each day. Set a weekly goal for yourself and record the number of minutes that you read daily, along with what you are reading for a chance to win 2 tickets + parking to an upcoming Mizzou basketball game! Winners will be chosen at random.

Participating...