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Jaime Joyce

Jaime Joyce is Executive Editor at TIME For Kids. She joined the staff in 2007. She earned master’s degrees from Bank Street College of Education and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, in New York City. For TFK, Jaime covered the 2012 and 2016 Democratic and Republican National Conventions, the 2017 presidential Inauguration, and the Women’s March on Washington. In her free time she enjoys visiting art galleries and museums.

Latest Stories


Lunch Money

November 9, 2023

One day when DeJuan Strickland was in fourth grade, he didn’t have the money for school lunch. “That really kind of stuck with me,” DeJuan, now 15, told TIME for Kids. This year, DeJuan, who goes by DJ, raised money…



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…



Kid Heroes for the Planet

April 5, 2023

Earth Day comes every April 22. It’s a day to do some good for the planet. It’s also a time to think about how to help year-round. Get inspired by reading about four young people who have taken action for…


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School of the Future

February 16, 2023

Ehrman Crest Elementary and Middle School, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, had its grand opening in August. In November, TIME magazine put the school on its list of best inventions. The honor focused on Ehrman Crest’s inventive design. There are mathematical patterns…



Girls Skate!

February 9, 2023

Sosina Challa lives in Ethiopia. That’s in Africa. When she was about 16, she saw a group of boys skateboarding in a parking lot. “I used to watch skateboarding in the movies,” Challa told TIME for Kids. “But I never…



Musical Nature

January 5, 2023

Do you play an instrument? Have you ever made one? Terje Isungset can answer yes to both questions. He’s a drummer. And he makes instruments out of something pretty cool: ice! He doesn’t use just any frozen stuff. “You can…


Plotting a Course

December 7, 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? Brandon Johnson is a vice president and senior golf course…



New Rules for Food Labels

October 6, 2022

The United States Food & Drug Administration plans to update its rules for labeling food packages. These rules tell companies which foods can be labeled “healthy.” The new rules have not yet been approved. If they are, only certain foods…



The Art of Work

September 15, 2022

There’s a mural in Winsted, Connecticut, that’s five stories tall. It’s 120 feet long. Artist Ellen Griesedieck created it. She had help from thousands of students all over the country. The massive artwork took more than 20 years to make.…



Legos in Space

September 8, 2022

NASA’s Artemis I mission won’t have astronauts on board. But it will have passengers. These include a Snoopy toy and a mannequin named Moonikin Campos. There will also be figures from the Lego Space Team. They’re part of Build to…