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Allison Singer

Allison Singer is executive editor at TIME for Kids. Before joining TFK in 2018, she edited and wrote children's nonfiction books in New York City and London. Allie loves to tap dance and listen to music. She is most interested in stories about science, art, and people who help others.

Latest Stories

Science

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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Community

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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Community

Inspired by Stars

April 17, 2024

This year, we shared the stories of amazing kids who are making positive change in their communities. These Kids of the Month inspired our readers to take action too—and to tell us about it! Thank you for sharing your service…

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Opinion

Should Adventure Tourism Be Allowed?

April 10, 2024

Traveling by submarine to an underwater shipwreck. Trekking to the top of a mountain. Buckling in on a space ship. Extreme adventure tourists are always seeking the next thrill. According to Grand View Research, they were expected to spend more…

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Environment

Color Our World

April 3, 2024

People everywhere celebrate Earth Day on April 22. It’s a day set aside for us all to do our part to help the planet. But you don’t have to wait for April 22 to show your appreciation for the environment.…

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World

Historic Landing

September 8, 2023

On August 23, the Indian Space Research Organization landed a rover on the moon. India is the fourth country to do this. It’s the first to land near the moon’s south pole. The rover is named Pragyan. It has searched…

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Time Off

The Magic of Matilda

January 11, 2023

Maybe you’ve read Roald Dahl’s Matilda. Maybe you’ve watched the 1996 movie or seen the stage musical. The story of a young girl who saves her school from an evil headmistress isn’t one people soon forget. Roald Dahl’s Matilda: The…

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Should Schools Have Mental Health Days?

April 15, 2022

In December, United States Surgeon General Vivek Murthy put out an urgent health advisory. He warned that children’s mental health was in crisis. He asked for help from many different sources, including schools. Schools help protect kids’ mental health in…

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United States

Supreme Court Nominee

March 3, 2022

On February 25, President Joe Biden nominated Ketanji Brown Jackson to the United States Supreme Court. If the U.S. Senate confirms her nomination, she will replace Justice Stephen Breyer. He’s retiring. Jackson has worked for many years as a federal…

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United States

Gray Wolves Re-Listed

February 17, 2022

Gray wolves are going back on the endangered-species list. 
A judge ruled that the animals still need protection. That was on February 10. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) creates the endangered-species list. It took the gray wolf…

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