I Kid You Not
Written by Nihal Dhingra, a grade 9 student.
The Arctic sea ice reflects sunlight off its pristine white snow surfaces. This frozen sea at the top of the world acts as a giant screen that helps keep the planet cool and its temperature stable…
Written by Naina Mahajan, a grade 6 student.
Do you know the difference between hurricanes, typhoons, and cyclones?
Know human bones? Take this Quiz!
Written by Stuti Kathuria, a grade 9 student.
Plagues and several diseases have had a significant role in our history, and they have taken many forms. In this article, we will be discussing some of the significant pandemics and epidemics our people have faced throughout time, going as far back as 165 A.D, and how they affected the Earth’s expansion and well-being…
Written by Sanjana Nayakanti a grade 5 student (originally written in April 2021)
The new wonders fascinate the old and the young. Let’s have a look at some lesser-known facts about these monuments.
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