I Kid You Not
Two minute read. Written by a grade 9 student.
On the 13th of October Indian nun Mariam Thresia was made a saint by Pope Francis at a grand ceremony at the Vatican City.
Written by Shruthi Chandrasekar, a grade 5 student
This was a test created by a professor at Stanford University (it’s one of the best universities in the world) that tested what is called – delayed gratification (where you postpone a reward to later rather than sooner).
Divija Vaish, a grade 11 student.
Jeff Bezos’ ingenuity was obvious from quite an early age- in fact, he was still in high school when he developed the Dream Institute, a centre that encouraged creativity in young students. He went on to graduate summa cum laude (which means “with the highest distinctions”) from Princeton University…
Written by Naman Sonpar grade 7 student.
The wearing of single-use face masks by the the public would generate 66,000 tonnes of contaminated plastic waste…
Written by Naman Anil Kumar, a grade 7 student
A camera that captures the images using the infrared radiation…
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