Faced with increasingly busy schedules, 12- to 14-year-olds experience a different adolescence than any generation before. Students from Bill Roberts School talk about their busy lives.
Students from Odyssey School of Denver share their thoughts about race after visiting the Colorado’s History Center’s exhibit, RACE: are we so different?
Eleven- and 12-year-olds are among the bubble of kids who have grown up in a digital world. Sixth-graders from Denver Discovery break down their digital lives for the older readers.
Fried Twinkies for dinner, only wearing underwear for the day and adopting an octopus—read what else kids say they’d do if adults no longer existed.
Unbeknownst to many, unusual laws exist everywhere. This month first graders invented their own laws.
Talking about money may be awkward for some people—not these fourth-graders. They want lots of money to buy things like “teeth you don’t have to brush.”
March 26 is Make Your Own Holiday Day, so this month fourth graders at Swigert Elementary invented their own.
Celebrities or athletes, parents or siblings, brave citizens—who do we define as heroes? Has the word preserved its intended meaning? Third graders share their thoughts.
This month fifth graders from Bill Roberts K-8 School explain homelessness, how to help, and what the government isn’t doing.
Oddball, endearing and quirky answers to life’s questions.