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Cat Caper

May 28, 2024

TFK Kid Reporter Abhijay Potluri attended a screening of The Garfield Movie. Read his thoughts below. Garfield is living his usual lazy life with Jon and his dog friend, Odie, enjoying all the lasagna he can eat. But the cat’s…

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Imagine This

May 20, 2024

TFK Kid Reporter Ninis Twumasi attended a screening of the new movie IF and interviewed the film’s young star, Cailey Fleming. Read his thoughts below. Imaginary friends: We’ve all had them. But what happens when you grow up? IF answers…

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Light Show

May 13, 2024

People in the United States, the United Kingdom, Spain, and other countries were treated to a colorful display in the sky this weekend. These displays, called auroras, are typically seen only near the Earth’s north and south poles. Thanks to…

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Showing Our Appreciation

May 6, 2024

Everyone knows teachers who go above and beyond to help their students learn and grow. This year, Teacher Appreciation Week starts May 6. To celebrate, we asked TFK Kid Reporters to make a sign for a teacher who inspires them.…

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Crafty Crabs

April 19, 2024

Plastic is everywhere. It has been found at the bottom of the ocean. It’s at the top of Mount Everest. Now plastic has been found in another unlikely place. Hermit crabs are using it as shells. A study about this…

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Eclipse Wows U.S.

April 19, 2024

On April 8, crowds gathered across the United States to see a solar eclipse. People wore special glasses. They watched the moon pass in front of the sun. The eclipse could be seen in 15 states. Millions viewed the rare…

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Cicadas on the Way

April 19, 2024

More than a trillion cicadas are coming to the United States. Many people find their loud buzz annoying. But don’t worry! Cicadas are harmless to humans. They don’t sting or bite. Cicadas are flying insects. They have red eyes. For most…

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Peach's Power Up

April 19, 2024

Princess Peach is starring in her own game. It’s called Princess Peach: Showtime! The game features a masked villain. Her name is Grape. Peach must save Sparkle Theater from her. Players can explore 10 powerful transformations. Peach can become a…

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Lessons from a Master

April 19, 2024

Maurice Ashley is the first Black chess grandmaster. He’s also the author of The Life-Changing Magic of Chess. The book presents the basics of chess. Ashley uses his experience with chess to explain them. TFK Kid Reporter Sophia Zhang spoke…

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Going for Gold

April 12, 2024

This summer, world-class athletes will sail down the Seine. That’s the river that winds through Paris, France. The city will host the 2024 Summer Olympics. The Games begin on July 26. The opening parade will take place on the Seine.…

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Sports for Everyone

April 11, 2024

The Paralympic Games will take place this summer in Paris. They’ll begin on August 28. These games are for athletes with disabilities. Athletes will come from 184 nations. The Paralympics began in England in 1948. Ludwig Guttman, a doctor,…

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A Dino-Mite Job

April 5, 2024

Myria Perez is a paleontologist. She works at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. The museum is in Washington, D.C. TIME for Kids asked Perez about her job. Can you tell us about your work? I work with fossils.…

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Fossil Find

April 4, 2024

A fossil is something from a plant or an animal that lived long ago. Fossils are preserved in rock. They help us understand the history of life on Planet Earth. Above is the fossil of an archaeopteryx. It was…

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Space Junk

March 29, 2024

All kinds of human-made objects are circling the planet. Can you guess how many? The answer is 100 trillion! There are 9,000 active satellites. The rest of the objects are things such as used-up rockets, bolts, and paint chips. All…

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