I Kid You Not
Written by Asara Sawhney, a grade 6 student
Even though the Harry Potter Series is very popular I am still going to review it as it one of my all-time favourite book series…
Written by Harman Dhingra, a grade 2 student.
Mangrove forests are not ordinary forests. They are salt-water forests that have special, salt-tolerant trees and shrubs, which grow in salty marshes and brackish water (mix of fresh and salty water)…
Written by Aahana Garg, a grade 10 student. A colossal container ship which is the length of four football pitches, has become wedged across Egypt’s Suez Canal, blocking one of the world’s busiest trade routes. This ship was knocked off course by strong winds…
Written by Prakriti Panwar, a grade 11 student.
Chile (a country in South America) has thought of a rather effective way of fighting Coronavirus. It is giving something called ‘immunity passports’- in which recovered Coronavirus patients are eligible for this card (they can also receive it digitally).
Weekly news-round up sessions over Zoom
Quizzes and discussions to help kids understand the news
Reading suggestions – on on kid-friendly news and platforms
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