Be Water Smart
We are happy to announce the return of Be Water Smart News, the fun and exciting educational program designed to help students understand the importance of water. This program is available to K-8 teachers in the Sacramento, El Dorado and Placer counties, and the City of West Sacramento. Student supplements are available for all enrolling teachers and students will have the chance to win prizes from the Regional Water Authority and a visit from Les Leaky! [READ MORE]
What's Growin' On?"What's Growin' On?" is an exciting educational project that helps students discover the ways agriculture impacts their daily lives. For more information and to order at no cost go here!
Let Your Imagination FlowFor contest information and rules go here!
2014 Water Spots Video Contest
This supplement helps students test their international winter sports I.Q., hunt for Winter Olympic references in the news, discuss sportsmanship, and much more! There are lessons on geography, finance, research, problem solving, fundraising, creative writing and more -- all with a winter sports theme. Download your copy today! [READ MORE]
Pete Seeger believed deeply in the founding vision of America: justice and equality for all. Throughout his life he revived and used American folk music to unite people, and to work toward a more perfect world. For six decades he raised his voice in songs about peace, justice, and equality. [READ MORE]
2013-2014 Classroom Subscription
Keep your students connected to our community and the world with the e-Electronic edition (e-Edition) of The Sacramento Bee. The e-Edition is an exact replica of the newspaper that is delivered to you and your students electronically. Best of all, they can log on and read The Bee from any computer, laptop or tablet, whether at school or at home. Educational subscriptions are available to all classroom teachers at no cost. [READ MORE]
About Media in Education
The Bee's Media in Education (M.I.E.) program is a cooperative effort between schools, the community and The Sacramento Bee. The goal of M.I.E. is to: (1) educate, inform and inspire, (2) provide educational resources to classroom teachers, and (3) provide learning opportunities that engage students. M.I.E. encourages lifelong learning through the use of The Bee's electronic news and information services, and other community educational resources. The M.I.E. program provides e-Edition subscriptions to teachers, special projects based on important themes, lesson plans, and innovative activities relevant to students and teachers in Sacramento and throughout Northern California. M.I.E. is The Bee's online classroom and your partner for success.
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