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SNN's Extra! Extra! E-Tools is a suite of 6 tools designed to foster meaningful learning. Check out 1) SNN's Curricular activities customized to each story, 2) Extra! Extra! Writing Practice, 3) SNN 1000, 4) SNN 800, 5) My Notes and 6) Weekly News Quiz.. Explore and Enjoy! 
 
   
Extra! Extra! Writing Practice Practice your writing skills by summarizing the information contained in the story at the left. What is the main point of the story? What are the key findings? Why is the story an important one? What are its implications? When finished, you can either print or email your document.
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  • February Fun: Great Backyard Bird Count

    February Fun: Great Backyard Bird Count

    Feb. 16, 2017 - The calendar says it's the middle of February. But temperatures are forecast to climb into the 50s and 60s this weekend. There could be record numbers of birders sitting comfortably, instead of freezing, in their backyards. From Friday through Monday, birders in more than 100 countries will be counting birds. They will then submit their checklists to the Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) database.

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  • Hidden Figures tells riveting story of human computers

    Hidden Figures tells riveting story of human computers

    Feb. 13, 2017 - Before digital machines were called computers, human mathematicians were called computers. Beginning in the 1940s, a group of African American female mathematicians crunched books full of complicated numbers. They worked in the West Area Computing Unit at NASA's Langley Lab in Virginia.

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  • February Fun: Great Backyard Bird Count

    February Fun: Great Backyard Bird Count

    Feb. 16, 2017 - The calendar says it's the middle of February. But temperatures are forecast to climb into the 50s and 60s this weekend. There could be record numbers of birders sitting comfortably in their backyards. Normally they would be freezing. From Friday through Monday, birders in more than 100 countries will be counting birds. They will then submit their checklists to the Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) database.

    Read More
  • Hidden Figures tells riveting story of human computers

    Hidden Figures tells riveting story of human computers

    Feb. 13, 2017 - Before digital machines were called computers, human mathematicians were called computers. Beginning in the 1940s, a group of African American female mathematicians crunched books full of complicated numbers. They worked in the West Area Computing Unit. It was at NASA's Langley Lab in Virginia.

    Read More

* SNN Stories with less than 800 words.

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