Virtual Vacations: The Colosseum July 10, 2020

We’re continuing our virtual travel series this week! So sit back and relax while we take you on a trip to—drum roll please—the Colosseum in

A Shrinking Hole In The Ozone Layer? July 10, 2020

If Earth were a superhero, then the ozone layer would be one of her shields. You see, the ozone layer that exists in the Earth’s stratosphere absorb

Xyza’s Summer Photo Contest July 3, 2020

When we think of summer, we think of vacations with family, time spent by the pool, ice cream, and hot summer nights hanging out in the backyard. But

Schools Around The World During COVID-19 July 2, 2020

We know, we know—summer’s here for kids in the United States, but did you know that in many parts of the world, June is the start of the school ye

Why Are Kids Supporting #BlackLivesMatter? June 28, 2020

#BlackLivesMatter protests erupted throughout the country after a Black man named George Floyd was killed by a police officer while in custody. People

Locusts Attack India June 26, 2020

A pink cloud brings a pretty image to mind, but perhaps not if you’re in certain parts of India these days. Millions of locusts have been descending

Diego The Tortoise Retires June 26, 2020

In January, we shared a story about an overachieving tortoise named Diego that—no joke—single-handedly saved an entire population of giant Españo

COVID-19: Where Are We Now? June 26, 2020

It’s been several months since countries around the world shut down to fight the novel coronavirus. While some countries are starting to loosen rest

This Month In History: June June 21, 2020

1) Father’s Day: June 1972 If the history behind Mother’s Day fascinates you, you’ll want to read this! Even though Mother’s Day w