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Next On Kid Scoop

Here’s a look at upcoming topics Kid Scoop will feature in the weeks and months ahead.

Week of March 5

Meet Sonia Sotomayor

Celebrate Women’s History Month by getting to know Sonia Sotomayor who is the first Supreme Court Justice of Hispanic heritage. She is the Court’s first Latina, its third female justice, and its twelfth Roman Catholic justice.

Week of March 12

What are drones, Leprechaun Planes?

It’s a bird! It’s a bug? It’s waaaay too small to hold a person. Who flies in these little planes? This week Kid Scoop looks at drones and the benefits and problems this technology has created.

Week of March 19

Goof Off Day

What better way to celebrate Goof-Off Day than with a newspaper? Today’s page offers goofy games and newspaper crafts.

Week of March 26

STEM Basketball

Potential energy, kinetic energy and thermal energy—all these different forms of energy come into play during the game of basketball. Learn how a knowledge of this can help you understand what happens when the ball bounces.

Week of April 2

Close to Goal

Fritter is very close to his goal of raising $100 to visit the Six Wags Amusement Park. This week we see how watching a neighbor’s puppy can help him reach his goal.

Week of April 9

April Showers

Why does it rain? Where does all the water go? This week’s Kid Scoop page explains the water cycle and provides some fascinating facts about rain.

Week of April 16

Bunny Buddies Earth Day

Each year the Bunny Buddies pop up on Kid Scoop to get kids working with a buddy. Have older students do the page with younger students at your school. This year the theme is all about protecting planet Earth.

Week of April 23

Charity Dress Shop

An idea to help people, a letter to President Obama and a letter of encouragement back set this 5th grader on a path to creating her own organization called Charity Dress that collects and redistributes clothing.

Week of April 30

Getting Change

Everyone needs to be able to count change. Encourage your students to learn how with this week’s page.