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What Can I Buy?

December 2, 2022

It is good to know how much things cost. Here are the prices of some different things. A small pack of colored pencils costs about one dollar. This is a movie ticket. It costs about ten dollars. You can also…

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TFK Press Club

Can You Go Global?

December 1, 2022

This week’s issue of TIME for Kids features news stories about the planet’s population, an international conference, and the World Cup. Each of these stories is about an issue of interest to people worldwide—not just those who live in your…

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Arts

Musical Nature

November 26, 2022

Terje Isungset is a drummer. He makes instruments out of something pretty cool. He uses ice! The instruments are played at the Ice Music Festival Norway. That is in Europe. Would you like to go to this concert? Under Construction …

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Recycled Music

November 25, 2022

Music of Recycling is an orchestra in Spain. Young people play instruments made from repurposed materials. Here are three of the instruments. Double Bass (Above) Meet Fernando Solar. He is the orchestra’s luthier. That is a person who makes stringed…

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Environment

Waste Less

November 18, 2022

Waste is anything you get rid of. Too much waste is harmful to the environment. Here are three ways to create less of it. Reduce Buy less. Make sure to buy only what you need. Choose items with less packaging.…

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Giving Green

November 18, 2022

Giving gifts is fun. But it can make a lot of waste. Here are some ideas for “greener” gifts. They are more planet-friendly. Choose Used (Above) Find gifts that have been gently used. Go to a thrift store. Or…

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Animals

Ready for Winter

November 11, 2022

Winter can be very cold. Less food grows. Animals have to prepare for these changes. Here is how some animals get ready for winter. Some animals migrate. Many birds migrate. They go where it is warm for the winter. Monarch…

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Animals

Arctic Animals

November 11, 2022

The Arctic is the area around the north pole. It is one of the coldest and iciest habitats. Here is how animals survive there. Walruses have blubber. (Above) Blubber is a layer of fat. It keeps walruses warm. Reindeer have…

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Where Have You Been?

November 10, 2022

On November 2, the northern lights, also called the aurora borealis, were seen in Tromsø, Norway. The colorful display has dazzled people for as long there have been people to see it. For people who live in countries in the…

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What's Your Animal Story?

November 3, 2022

Sir Väs, a deadly, seven-foot-long king cobra, escaped from its enclosure at the Skansen Aquarium, in Sweden, on October 22. A week later, after a desperate search, staff members were relieved to find that the snake had returned on its…

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What Matters to You?

October 20, 2022

When getting ready to cast a ballot, voters consider the issues that matter most to them. Then they find out how the candidates feel about those issues. The issues can be local, such as how a community should manage its…

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History

Egyptian Mummies

October 14, 2022

Have you heard of mummies? In ancient Egypt, kings and wealthy people were made into mummies after they died. Read on to learn more about mummies. Mummies were wrapped up tight. The body was dried with salt. Then…

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A Historic Discovery

October 13, 2022

Ancient Egypt had many rulers. Its youngest was King Tutankhamen. He became king when he was 9 years old. He died 10 years later. His mummy was placed in a tomb. It was hidden for thousands of years. King…

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