I Kid You Not
Compiled by Manya Pandey
There are many news sites out there, but are they all safe for kids and teens? Also, do kids understand news written for adults?
Written by Aabhran Singh, a grade 11 student.
As the pandemic continues, more and more kids are engaging in online schooling while adults are working from home. All of this has been facilitated by Zoom.
One minute read. Written by Samarjai Mitra – a grade 5 student.
The Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja, written by Marcus Emerson tells the story of Chase Cooper, a young boy of eleven who joins his cousin Zoe’s school.
Written by Jiya Rajput, a grade 10 student of Sumermal Jain Public School.
Neeraj Chopra – winner of an Olympic gold medal in men’s javelin throw – has made India once again. He has just won a silver medal at the World Athletics Championship held in the United States…
Written by Sanjana Nayakanti, a grade 6 student
Rachael Blackmore made history by becoming the first-ever female jockey to win the Grand National race, the world’s most famous and demanding horse race.
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Did you know that reading the news is important for a child’s cognitive development and education?
This is why we explain news and current affairs, simply – so children find it easy to read, write and understand.
Sign up for our newsletter and up your child’s general awareness!