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    Currents4Kids.com/Infos-Jeunes.com is an engaging, online interactive current events resource for students in grades 3 and up.  This 21st century teaching and learning tool explores local, national, and international news stories. It works across all platforms, from iPods to iPads to desktop computers, allowing teachers and students to make meaningful use of the Internet whenever – and wherever – they choose.

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    The Canadian Reader / Nos Nouvelles is a classroom-ready current events resource for students in grades 3 and up. This publication, available in English and in French, combines current Canadian events and issues with geography to expand students' knowledge of Canada while enhancing their ability to read and understand informational text.

  • What in the World? / Le Monde en Marche (Level 1) is a photocopiable current events resource, published in English and French, for Canadian students in grades 5 through 7. Designed to enhance students' understanding of and interest in current Canadian and international events and issues, this publication addresses numerous curriculum outcomes while saving teachers valuable time.

  • What in the World? / Le Monde en Marche (Level 2) is a photocopiable current events resource, published in English and French, for Canadian students in grades 8 through 10. Designed to enhance students' understanding of and interest in current Canadian and international events and issues, this publication addresses numerous curriculum outcomes while saving teachers time.

Sample Issues

The Canadian Reader

What in the World? (Level 1)

What in the World? (Level 2)

Current Issues

The Canadian Reader

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  • Bats in Trouble
  • What's in a Name?
  • Giving Tuesday
  • Map: Canada
  • Comic: Food Banks in Canada

What in the World?

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  • Uber: A New Car-For-Hire Service
  • Operation Impact – Canada Joins the Fight Against Islamic State
  • Ebola: Update on an Epidemic
  • A Thirsty World

Current issues are available to subscribers only.

To purchase a subscription, please visit our order page.

News4Youth Student Site

What in the World? helps to inform students and many now actually look forward to reading some sections of the daily newspapers. [The resource] also helps to lighten the teacher’s load...major issues are laid out and assignments and exercises are fun, educational and age-appropriate.

 

C. McAloon, Grade 10 teacher High Prairie, AB

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