I Kid You Not
Written by Ahaan Anand, a grade 9 student.
Coronavirus has killed more than 219,000 people in total all over the world as I write this piece.
Vaccines are a way of forming antibodies and helping us fight diseases. They release a small dose of the weakened or dead virus into our bodies. This helps our immune system to form antibodies. Watch this video to understand simply, easily and quickly, how vaccines work.
One-minute read. Written by Rajlaxmi Singh – a grade 6 student.
Hubble was launched 30 years ago, in 1990. It was seen as a big development in astronomy since Galileo’s telescope.
Written by Saina Doval, a grade 5 student.
Have you ever seen those disgusting, crusty, leaflike fungi which are visible on rocks, walls, and trees?
Written by Ananya Vinod, a grade 3 student.
US President Joe Biden invited 40 world leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a virtual climate summit.
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