Current Affairs Events For Kids
Find news for kids that most will find interesting an informative. Read current events. Be a reporter. Write newspaper stories. Websites recommended by your Homeschool Guide.
CBBC News Round
News for and by kids from England and around the world. Topics when I posted this link were: should schools be allowed to smack kids? And wouldn’t it be great if skateboarding was taught in PE?
CNN Student News
CNN Student News is a ten-minute, commercial-free, daily news program designed for middle and high school classes. It is produced by the journalists at CNN. This award-winning show and its companion website are available free of charge throughout the school year. Conservative slant.
Design your own newspaper right online, with the news you want to read about daily.
Kids on the Net
Writing by children at home and at school all over the world. A site from the UK.
Learn the News
Stories from around the world. Each story includes vocabulary help and a worksheet. Published during the South African school year, January through October.
Read and discuss the news. See what you know about current events. Try the crossword puzzle. From the New York Times.
Response to the Akron Beacon Journal Attack on Homeschooling. By Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn, two homeschoolers.
Online News Hour Extra
From PBS. A youthful look at the news from Jim Lehrer. Questions answered about top stories. Student “takes” on the news.
Scholastic News Zone
A good source for a kids-eye view of international news.
Science News For Kids
Appealing, easy-to-read snapshots of scientific research, an inside track on science fairs, a chance to work with a well-known science fiction author, and opportunities to solve puzzles, do experiments, take part in polls, and ask questions of scientists and reporters.
TIME Magazine For Kids
Keep on top of current events, from news events to science discoveries. Updated Weekly.
Best Selling Homeschool Books Q1 2017
USA Today – Education
Utilize USA TODAY’s content and corresponding activities to enrich your classroom curriculum. Examine international cultures, business, history, technology, communications and more.
Weekly Reader Galaxy
Read the current news, pre-K through teens, enter a contest about what you’ve read. Last prize I saw here was a new Apple iMac computer!
The science behind the news explained so you can understand it.