Getting published in a national magazine just got a lot easier for kids! Children in kindergarten through 12th grade who love to write—and teachers who would like their students to embrace the written word—are now able to submit their writing samples to Kids Can Publish to be considered for publication in the nationally circulated StoryMonsters Ink magazine. The magazine recently joined together with Kids Can Publish, a division of Five Star Publications, Inc., to help broaden its audience.
Teachers and parents can now submit their students' written works, such as poems, articles, stories, book reviews, etc. to Kids Can Publish/StoryMonsters Ink for print consideration. A completed permission form signed by a parent or guardian must accompany submissions. To download a permission form and for instructions on how to submit work, visit www.StoryMonstersInk.com.
$$$$ for Scholars
Looking for scholarships for some deserving students? Click here for a list of some little known awards that can help students pare down that tuition bill.
• Looking for Freebies For Your Classroom? Who Isn't?
• Common Core? Help!!!!
• Motivate Your Kids with Contests ...and Win!
• Not Enough Time to Do it All? Let the 'Net Plans those Lessons and Make those Worksheets.
• No Money for Field Trips? No Problem!
• Librarians Helping Teachers What a Crate Idea!
Do you have an idea for an article that will be valuable to PreK-12 Educators? Let us know! Contact Sharon@BaltimoresChild.com
Click to Read A Special Edition 2014-2015 online
A Special Edition 2014-15 is a compilation of articles and resources for parents in the Baltimore metro area who are raising children with special needs. Coordinated and produced by Baltimore's Child, this year's A Special Edition includes articles covering topics of general interest, from getting a diagnosis, to being a successful advocate in IEP team meetings, to finding support among peers, to managing stress. It also provides detailed listings of resources including recreation and fun programs, camps, schools, and local support groups, along with information relating to specific disabilities.
In addition, Baltimore's Child invited local services and organizations that work with children with special needs and their families to participate in a special advertising opportunity allowing them to tell their stories in their own words in A Special Edition. We’ve noted A Special Advertising Section at the top of each of those pages. The services provided by these programs and practitioners act as a directory in and of themselves.
We hope you find the information in A Special Edition 2014-15 helpful. Please direct feedback and comments to Joanne@BaltimoresChild.com.