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Space Sights

August 31, 2023

Built using AI-assisted visual creation technology, the Beyond the Light exhibition opened in August in New York City. The exhibit features images from the Jame…

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Imagine 2123

April 20, 2023

TIME magazine has been around, well, a long time. Its first issue was published 100 years ago, on March 3, 1923. Life was different back then. The Ford Model T was the most popular car in America. Meanwhile, kids were…

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Got Science Questions?

March 8, 2023

When you have a science question not covered in school, where can you turn? Check out Tumble, a podcast for kids about scientific exploration and discovery. Hosted by Marshall Escamilla and Lindsay Patterson, Tumble takes questions directly from kids, then…

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United States

Spring Ahead

March 2, 2023

On March 12, clocks in the United States and at least 60 other countries “spring forward” one hour for daylight saving time (DST). We lose an hour of sleep. But we get more daylight until November, when clocks “fall back”…

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The Kid Report: Spring Ahead

March 2, 2023

On March 12, clocks will “spring forward,” giving us an extra hour of sunlight in the evening until November. Sounds good, right? But daylight saving time is a hotly debated topic. Even among lawmakers and experts, there’s disagreement over whether…

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World

Ancient Object Returned

January 5, 2023

On January 2, officials in Egypt said an ancient sarcophagus had finally been returned. It was stolen years ago. Investigators say the coffin was smuggled into the United States in 2008. It has been at the Houston Museum of Natural…

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Arts

The Kid Report: Musical Nature

January 5, 2023

The 18th Ice Music Festival Norway is scheduled to take place in Europe next month. You can read about this cool event in “Musical Nature,” in this week’s TIME for Kids. Twelve-year-old Eivind Sehl Mørch has attended the festival before,…

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8 Questions for Ernő Rubik

November 30, 2022

Have you heard of the Rubik’s Cube? This mind-bending puzzle is one of the best-selling toys of all time. Recently, TFK Kid Reporter Shaan Glazer met up with its Hungarian inventor, Ernő Rubik, in New York City. 1. When—and why—did…

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Science

Insects Up Close

October 13, 2022

If you enjoy learning about interesting jobs, find this article and more like it on Your Hot Job, TFK's new career-focused website for kids. What does your future hold? Where does inspiration come from? Levon Biss found it while looking…

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World

We Got This!

October 6, 2022

A team in Tarragona, Spain, prepares to form a human tower. The towers are called castells. Forming them is a centuries-old tradition in Spain. This group ga…

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