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Back Onstage

September 10, 2021

Live theater in New York City was hit hard by the pandemic. Many Broadway theaters were set to reopen in September. Some used the time off to make big changes. One group wants to make Broadway more diverse. It is…

Entertainment

To the Rescue

September 10, 2021

PAW Patrol has been entertaining TV viewers since 2013. Now the pups are in theaters. Fans can also catch them on Paramount+. Paw Patrol: The Movie follows a boy named Ryder and a team of dogs. They are on a…

Arts

Feeling at Home

September 10, 2021

Rashin Kheiriyeh is an author and illustrator. She was born in Iran. Later, she moved to the United States. Her new book is The Shape of Home. It is about a girl’s first day of school in the U.S. “The…

Technology

An Electric Future

September 3, 2021

In January, General Motors (GM) made an announcement. The company plans to stop selling gas-powered cars. This will happen by 2035. Instead, the company will make more electric cars. GM is just one company making electric cars. This could help…

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History

Charge Ahead!

September 3, 2021

Electric cars are not new. They have been around since the 1800s. Look at the timeline to learn about the history of electric cars.

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Environment

Burst of Fire

August 27, 2021

The ground rumbles. Hot liquid, ash, and rocks shoot out of a mountaintop. The air is filled with smoke. These are the sights and sounds of an erupting volcano. A volcano is a kind of mountain. The mountain has an…

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Environment

Hot Zone

August 27, 2021

The Ring of Fire is a horseshoe-shaped belt around the Pacific Ocean. It is about 25,000 miles long. It is home to three-quarters of the world’s active volcanoes. Some of the most famous volcanoes are in the Ring of Fire.…

United States

Back to School

August 20, 2021

Kids all over the country are going back to school. Many are returning to classrooms. “I can’t wait to see my friends,” Stella Smit, 8, told TIME for Kids. She goes to school in Denver, Colorado. In parts of…

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The View

Sharing Stories

August 20, 2021

We asked kids about their experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. Read what four of them had to say. What has the pandemic been like for you? Write to us at tfkeditors@time.com. Isaiah Magala Destin, 10 Charlotte, North Carolina The pandemic…

World

Ready, Set, Sail!

July 23, 2021

This spring, 12 sailing teams took part in the first Ocean Race Europe. The race began on May 29. It set off from Lorient, France. Teams spent 22 days at sea. They sailed on the Atlantic Ocean. They also sailed…

Animals

Kids Care About: Sea Turtles

July 23, 2021

TFK Kid Reporter Sophia Hou cares about sea turtles. She talked to experts about why these animals are in danger. Learn how you can help. Sea turtles live all over the world. They live near coasts and in open waters.…

Science

A Kid's Best Friend

July 7, 2021

Researchers recently studied the bond between kids and animals. They recruited 30 children and their dogs. The kids brought their dogs to a large, empty room. The kids walked around the space. Sometimes, they paused or changed direction. “The…

United States

First Pets

June 30, 2021

When the First Family moves into the White House, its pets come too. Many animals have lived in the White House. Read on to learn about five presidents and their pets. President Barack Obama Presidential term: 2009–2017 Obama had…

World

Ready to Compete

June 23, 2021

Some of the world’s best athletes will be at the Summer Olympics, in Tokyo, Japan. There are four sports new to the Games. Learn about them. Then meet some members of Team U.S.A. Sport Climbing Colin Duffy is 17 years…

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