Newspaper For Children | Curious Times Weekly, the best newspaper for kids, brings to you the Top News of the week, Feature Articles and Special Art and Poetry By Curious Members. Enjoy Issue 103!
Teachers’ Day Special
Over 100 schools participated in Teachers’ Days on Curious Times. Today’s cover page gives us a glimpse of the Ed Leaders. Read their interviews and watch their videos on Curious Times. Read other participating school leaders’ interviews too (we did not receive their pictures).
Many teachers also participated and talked about what keeps them going. Do not miss their articles.
4-year-old pianist wins global music competition! Time Out says San Francisco is the world’s best city, Protest against farm laws heat up in Haryana, It’s an all-teen women’s singles final at the US Open, Lucky fisherman catches ‘fish with heart of gold’, Artificial light pollution leads to insect loss, Tokyo Paralympics Closing Ceremony, Perseverance rover collects first rock sample on Mars.
The world’s longest-running music performance will end only in 2640, Baby bats babble just like human babies, Inspirational Paralympian – Murlikant Petkar
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