I Kid You Not
Written by Rajlaxmi Singh – a grade 6 student.
April is a mysterious month with many interpretations for its origin.
Written by Stuti Kathuria, a grade 9 student and Brand Ambassador at I Kid You Not
The term “fossil fuel” is heard quite often in our everyday lives, but what does it actually mean? Let us find out. Fossil fuels are naturally occurring compounds formed by the remains of deceased plants and animals. They are also known as mineral fuels…
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
Written by Dev Veer Vacher, a grade 9 student.
The teenage stars, which are also known as Matariki stars, are the brightest in the night sky, and are also amongst the galaxy’s youngest, being only seventy-five to one hundred and fifty million years old…
Written by Inaaya Kaul, a grade 11 student.
It is saddening to say that even in the 21st-century, the core of society is discrimination…
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