The OctoBear Edition is ready for you and your students and is filled with fun and thought-provoking stories. Call 1-866-NEWS-KID if you need an issue mailed to you. This month’s main feature focuses on treasure hunting. Pirates and their hidden treasures are discussed, along with some famous finds and a few Arizona treasures. Amazing technology treasure hunters use concludes our October feature.
Thank you for utilizing Bear Essential News and these Common Core-based worksheets. You can download them from Bear’s website and send them out as needed. Teachers can sign up for worksheet notifications through the website:
For STEM learning, we are partnering with educators from the SciTech Institute every month. This time around, kids can learn what careers in advanced manufacturing have to offer (see pages 14 & 15).
You also might want to check out the Dirt-n-Worms chocolate pudding recipe from the Arizona Milk Producers & Dairy Council on Bear’s back cover!
Encourage your students and their family to participate in Bear’s Virtual Halloween Costume Contest.
Click here for the Phoenix contest.
Click here for the Tucson contest.
Your students in grades 3 thru 8 can join Bear’s award-winning Young Reporters Program. Students submitting their YR Sign-up Form will be mailed their official Young Reporter Kit so they can start reporting and have their stories published by Bear Essential News. We are also having monthly Zoom meetings with special guests Young Reporters can interview!
This literacy award-winning program and these worksheets are brought to you by the 501(c)(3) non-profit Bear Essential Educational Services.
Have a Happy Halloween,
Stephen B Gin, editor