Some kids say summer reading helps keep their minds sharp. Others say they crave a break.
Should summer reading be mandatory? TFK's latest debate is online now.
Grades K-2: https://t.co/nV4uDYtFkt ☀️
Grades 3-6: https://t.co/4EG5S82C0z 📚
"You don’t want to be thinking about moves that are four moves ahead of where you are. You want to be thinking about the move you’re doing"
Meet Kyra Condie, one of four athletes representing #TeamUSA in the first-ever Olympic sport-climbing competition: https://t.co/iHbG54hPw3
The seawater in sinkholes is rich in nutrients—perfect for the animals living there. But scientists worry this may be a cause of red tide.
Kids can find out more in "Mystery of the Sea" (Apr 2021).
Grades 3-4: https://t.co/Y79HGw8k2N 🐟
Grades 5-6: https://t.co/Ey0CQ2EkPX 🐠
Many business owners say getting rid of cash helps streamline things. But some people worry cashless stores aren't equitable.
Kids can read about this trending topic in "Going Cashless" (3/2020).
Grades 3-4: https://t.co/TSVSdZatOE 💳
Grades 5-6: https://t.co/cp579bOiyE 💵
Texas made Juneteenth a state holiday in 1980. On Thursday, President Biden signed a bill making it a federal holiday.
Learn about the history of #Juneteenth and how it's celebrated by people around the country: https://t.co/S4rl1oBAs4
"I could learn from scientists all over the world"
"I love calling my grandmother over Zoom and making traditional Indian recipes"
We asked kids to share their pandemic experiences. These four found new hobbies using technology: https://t.co/51fEOz26oH
"My passion for 3D printing allowed me to help my community"
"I found ways to connect with my friends and family through baking"
We asked kids to share their pandemic experiences. Read what Pranav, Maya, Milo, and Abby had to say about their new hobbies: https://t.co/Jfejw5ckrw