I Kid You Not
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
Write stories, articles, and letters that inspire readers to take action
Engage readers through the power of story
Use narrative and persuasive writing in fiction and nonfiction pieces
30 second read read. Written by Saina Doval, a grade 4 student.
Air Pollution in Delhi has been terrible in the past few weeks. The Delhi government had decided to come out with a scheme to reduce the pollution, called the odd and even rule
Written by Aryan Pratap Singh, a grade 8 student.
Since 2011, post the canning of the space shuttle program, NASA has had to rely on Russian made Soyuz capsules launching from Kazakhstan to take astronauts into space….
Written by DivijaVaish, a grade 12 student.
According to an analysis by the United Nations, more than 350,000 people in this region are suffering through famine conditions. In November, severe fighting broke out between the ruling party and the government troops…
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