Lesson Plans

On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month in 1918, an armistice, or agreement to stop fighting, was reached between the Allied nations and Germany in World War I. One year later, President Woodrow Wilson declared that Nov. 11, 1919 was a day to remember Americans for their military service in World War I. He called...

Mizzou Math

Many students whose eyes glaze over after few minutes of algebra will happily spend hours analyzing their favorite sport. Mizzou Math uses sports in the classroom to increase students’ interest in mathematics, statistics and science.

11/14 - Football and Physics - When the Mizzou Tigers take the field, the first thing on all fans’ minds is not going to...

Georaphy Awareness Week 2016

Celebrate Geography Awareness Week with NIE and the Missouri Geographical Alliance. This is the 100th anniversary of the National Park system and MGA has created a set of lessons about parks, just for us! Learn about soundscapes and shade trees. In addition we have lessons about the National Parks, the Netherlands and Slovenia.

Monday, 11/14 - Park in the...

Extra Newspapers

We’ve compiled a list of practical ideas & fun projects for you & your students to do with any extra copies of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Email us your finished projects to nie@post-dispatch.com for a chance to win great prizes! We may even feature them on the NIE Facebook page!

Fun Ideas

How-to: Build Newspaper Structures...

Spooky Story Series

Students and teachers will enjoy the original text of this well-known story, the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. You’ll find the story is very different than Hollywood versions. Only mild edits have been made for words no longer in popular use. The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is a natural for leading up to Halloween!

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