KID REPORTERS’ NOTEBOOK

Trump Tries in New Hampshire

Stone Shen

February 4th, 2016

After a tough defeat in Iowa, the Republican candidate looks ahead.

Max catches up with Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz.

Ted Cruz Gains Momentum

Maxwell Surprenant

February 3rd, 2016

After his victory in Iowa, the Republican candidate hits the campaign trail in New Hampshire.

Lilian watches votes being counted at a Republican caucus at Urbandale High School in Iowa.

CLASSROOM NEWSBREAK®

A Kid at a Caucus

A Kid at a Caucus

Lilian Jochmann

February 2nd, 2016

What exactly is a caucus? Our Kid Reporter found out.

Florida Senator Marco Rubio, a top Republican candidate for president, addresses voters at the “First-in-the-Nation Presidential Town Hall” on January 23 in Nashua, New Hampshire.

CLASSROOM NEWSBREAK®

Talking Politics in New Hampshire

Talking Politics in New Hampshire

Kaitlin Clark

January 29th, 2016

Republican candidates answer voters’ questions at a town hall.

Blizzard Jonas 2016

“Snowzilla”

Courtney Pine

January 27th, 2016

The nation’s capital gets hit with a monster snowstorm.

Charlotte (left) with Hannah Vaughn (center) and Beth Slepian near the entrance of the Anne Frank Center USA in New York City

A Visit to the Anne Frank Center

Charlotte Fay

January 26th, 2016

How a remarkable teen’s legacy continues today

Ohio Governor John Kasich with Maxwell Surprenant at a “town hall” event in Goffstown, New Hampshire.

Kasich Meets New Hampshire Voters

Maxwell Surprenant

January 25th, 2016

The Republican candidate answers questions at a town hall meeting.

Alaa with Jenny Busey

Saving a River

Alaa Osman

January 24th, 2016

Why Florida’s longest river is in trouble

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders at the January 17 debate in Charleston, South Carolina. Clinton is the Democratic front-runner, but Sanders is now leading in some states.

CLASSROOM NEWSBREAK®

Democrats Square Off in South Carolina

Democrats Square Off in South Carolina

Gracie Wood

January 22nd, 2016

What issues matter most to kids?

An Interview With NBC's Chuck Todd— Video

Gracie Wood

January 22nd, 2016

Chuck Todd, moderator of NBC’s Meet the Press, talks about covering political campaigns.

Evelyn with Sarah Rintamaki, the Founder and Executive Director of Connecting for Kids

Helping Kids Learn

Evelyn Smits

January 21st, 2016

Community members use their talents to help children with learning disabilities.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talks to an enthusiastic crowd at a December campaign event in Orlando, Florida.

CLASSROOM NEWSBREAK®

Fired Up in Florida

Fired Up in Florida

Bobby Sena

January 19th, 2016

A young reporter covers the presidential campaign in a key state.

Shyam Thanullu and Preston discuss the flood.

Flooding in India Affects Kids

Preston Phillips

January 18th, 2016

In late 2015, heavy rains in Chennai caused flooding and severe damage.

Courtney (front row, second from left) with other young reporters and STEM experts on January 13 at the White House

The State of STEM

Courtney Pine

January 18th, 2016

The White House invites students to explore their inner scientist.

Fadden’s General Store has been continuously operated by the Fadden Family, in Woodstock, NH, since 1896.

New Hampshire Prepares for the Primaries

Kaitlin Clark

January 15th, 2016

For presidential candidates, the road to the White House begins in New Hampshire.

Garbage at the Boxx facility that will be taken to a landfill in Sarona, Wisconsin

“Boxx” Up Your Garbage and Recyclables

Connor Vijayapal

January 15th, 2016

Is the way you dispose of your garbage helping or hurting the environment?

Limestone rubble piles added to the lake bed help to improve fish habitats and water quality.

Bringing a Lake Back to Life

Erik Weibel

January 12th, 2016

Scientists and officials work together to improve a freshwater lake in Pennsylvania.

The artificial “hand” that designer Frankie Flood and his team created with a 3-D printer enables 10-year-old Shea Stollenwerk to perform everyday tasks more easily.

CLASSROOM NEWSBREAK®

A Helping 3-D Hand

A Helping 3-D Hand

Lilian Jochmann

January 8th, 2016

A little girl gets a life-changing gift.

 

 

Callaghan’s book has been translated into several languages.

Just Write

Luke Tyson

January 7th, 2016

After facing a serious illness, Garth Callaghan urges other parents to write “napkin notes.”

Spreading Smiles

Esther Appelstein

January 3rd, 2016

A sculptor brightens spirits around the world with “Seeds of Happiness.”

Gabe and Sonia Manzano

A Conversation With Scholastic Authors

Gabriel Ferris

December 31st, 2015

Our Kid Reporter gets insights and tips from children’s book authors.

Ken Mack, Manager of Snowmaking, and Kaitlin Clark, Kid Reporter, are standing under a tower snow gun at Loon Mountain Ski Resort in Lincoln, NH.

Snowmaking Behind the Scenes

Kaitlin Clark

December 28th, 2015

In New Hampshire, artificial snow gives resorts a lift.

Democrats Debate in New Hampshire

CLASSROOM NEWSBREAK®

Democrats Debate in New Hampshire

Democrats Debate in New Hampshire

Stone Shen

December 22nd, 2015

The Democratic Party holds its final presidential debate of 2015.

Christmas tree at the Navy Pier Winter WonderFest

Winter WonderFest

Maya Nayak

December 21st, 2015

Chicago residents celebrate the holiday season at the Winter WonderFest.

The top nine Republican candidates for president discuss national security and other issues at their final debate of 2015 at the Venetian in Las Vegas.

CLASSROOM NEWSBREAK®

Republicans Focus on Terror—and Trump

Republicans Focus on Terror—and Trump

Chloe Nguyen

December 18th, 2015

The Republican Party holds its final presidential debate of 2015.

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