I Kid You Not
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…
One minute read. Written by a grade 4 student.
There are two main type of eclipses – solar and lunar. Solar eclipses occur when the Moon passes between Earth and the Sun, leaving a moving region of shadow on Earth’s surface.
Written by Priya Kujur, grade 11 student
Serum Institute of India which is the largest vaccine manufacturer as announced that it will produce 100 million COVID-19 vaccine for India and middle-income countries.
Written by Naina Mahajan, a grade 7 student.
The awards strive to create awareness about the importance of water and to encourage people to adopt the best practices in effective water management.
One minute read. Written by a grade 8 student.
A peaceful, sit-in protest is taking place against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA) and police brutality
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