This special content is designed to help educate and inform students and connect parents, students and teachers with additional online resources through the News in Education program.
The News in Education program also promotes using our newspaper print and digital products for lifelong learning.
The newspaper is a tool for everyday learning. Newspaper readers stay informed about local, national and international news and current events, in addition to expanding their vocabulary and awareness of political and social issues around the world.
The newspaper also is a destination for fun and challenging games. The Life section offers puzzles and brain teasers to give children and grown-ups a mental workout. Daily features to challenge creative thinking include the crossword puzzle, the Jumble word scramble and the Sudoku number puzzle.
The Word Sleuth, running weekdays, is a word search puzzle. The Hidden Treasures hidden picture puzzle, running Tuesdays and Sundays, offers the opportunity to find hidden objects and color the picture created by Tipp City resident and author Liz Ball.
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Michelle Fong is the Life/Entertainment editor for the Dayton Daily News. Contact her at Michelle.Fong@coxinc.com.
How to access resources to help you learn from home
We have partnered with News In Education to share educational content for students in grades K-12 every day in the Life section while many students continue to learn from home.
This special content is designed to help educate and inform students and connect them with timely and relevant online resources. This program promotes using our newspaper products for lifelong learning.
Resources include Use the News lessons that help tap information from the newspaper for activities by grade level, geography questions based on major news events, last week in the news quiz, front-page stories that can prompt conversation as well as the week in history.
The Dayton Daily News, Springfield News-Sun and Journal-News Newspaper in Education’s ePapers are available to students and teachers for free as remote learning continues for many communities across the region. Subscribers can continue to log in via your normal name and password.
If you don’t have an account, visit www.nieonline.com/ohio and use the following information to log in:
Password: Ohio Newspapers
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