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Share Your Feelings

November 2, 2018

If something in the news makes you feel worried or upset, what should you do? TFK asked an expert, DR. HAROLD KOPLEWICZ, president of the Child Mind Institute. Here, he offers some advice. I hear people talking about the news.…


A Promising Start

October 12, 2018

There’s a new public school in Akron, Ohio. Teachers greeted students on opening day with cheers and big smiles. But no one had a bigger grin than basketball hero LeBron James. “This is a huge moment in my life,” James…


Bye to Bullying

September 21, 2018

Stomp Out Bullying kick-starts National Bullying Prevention Month in October. This year, the group has declared October 1 World Day of Bullying Prevention. On this day, schools around the world unite to end bullying. Students and teachers wear blue to…


Teacher's Pup

September 14, 2018

“Hi, Brody! Hi, Shelby!” Abby Walker says as she enters her principal’s office. Brody is a mix of Labrador retriever, Great Dane, and German shepherd. He runs toward Abby. Shelby is a border collie mix. She is also eager to…


Food and Nutrition

Fish for Lunch

September 14, 2018

Salmon burgers. Salmon mac-and-cheese. These items are on the school-lunch menu in Sitka, Alaska. Thanks to Sitka’s Fish to Schools program, the fish is fresh and locally sourced. Sitka is on an island in the Pacific Ocean. Nearly 20% of…

Young Game Changers

Meet Our Kid Reporters

September 7, 2018

This year’s TFK Kid Reporters were chosen from 300 applicants in a nationwide competition. The crew will report on local and national news for TIME for Kids. Here are some fun facts about our newest reporters. Want to be a…

The View

Inspiring Educators

April 20, 2018

This year, Teacher Appreciation Week runs from May 7 to 11. To celebrate, TFK asked five successful people to write about one of their most memorable and inspiring teachers. Bill Gates Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates uses his wealth to help…

The View

A Show of Hands

March 16, 2018

Alice Paul Tapper was on a fourth-grade field trip last year. She saw something that upset her. The girls were standing in the back of the room. They were listening politely as the guide spoke. The boys crowded together in…

Young Game Changers

Homemade Fun

April 27, 2012

Caine Monroy, 9, has always loved arcades. Last summer, instead of playing someone else's games, he decided to make his own. Caine was spending his summer vacation at his dad's auto-parts store in Los Angeles, California. There were plenty of…


Video: Ruwanka Purasinghe, Geotechnical Engineer

February 20, 2010

Meet Ruwanka Purasinghe, a geotechnical engineer, in this video from NBC News Learn. You can learn more about Purasinghe and geotechnical engineering in the Mar…