Your holiday wish has been granted!
You get TWO news projects for the price of ONE!
One is a newspaper project and the other is a news broadcast project.
The newspaper project plans for each student to write a news article for each section of the newspaper: health, sports, entertainment, economy, and national news. I have included some crazy topics for kids who need a little incentive:
Hot Chocolate: The New Energy Drink?
NBC Announces Santa Will Join “The Biggest Loser” after the Holidays
Sugarfree Sugarplums? Eggless Eggnog? What’s Next?
White House Announces Operation Fruitcake to Thwart Childhood Obesity
Elf Doctors Report Spike in Cholesterol
Frosty Indicted for Fraud
Too Many Lights! Power Companies Scramble
RudolphGate: Did He Bribe his Way to the Top?
Unemployment Rates Soar in January
Candy Cane Credit Cards: Are Companies Targeting Children?
CNN Confirms Carolers Pepper-Sprayed by Police
Kain Quits: Santa Joins Race for Presidency
PETA Protests the Mistreatment of Reindeer
E.L.F. (Elf Labor Force) Strikes for Better Wages
GM Announces Sleigh Recalls
ESPN Confirms: Dasher Fails Drug Test
Heavyweight Title Prize Fight: Blitzen vs. Donner
Michael Vick Arrested in New Reindeer-Fighting Scandal
Canadian Candy Canes Defeat Greek Gumdrops in Overtime!
Wisconsin Badgers Win Ticket to the Frosty Bowl
“CSI: North Pole” Premiers on Dec. 25th
TLC Announces “Fruitcake Boss” has Highest Ratings
DWTS Announces Dancer and Prancer to Join in January
Television Watchdog Group Blasts “Santa in the City”
The news broadcast project is for a 4-member news team and a 3-week planning cycle. The task is to create a professional newscast based on events at the North Pole. An anchor will bridge the gaps between three feature stories: an event, a crime scene, and a tragedy. Your kids will have a BLAST!