Lila tells about a collectable coin that’s worth 10 million dollars!
Category - Season 20
How IKEA – the company that’s got those instantly recognizable, vibrant blue huge buildings – got its name.
While it may feel intimidating, it’s important to speak up to your teachers, especially if you need extra help with something.
On our menu today is an easy recipe that you can make to impress your family and friends. Mango, Orange, Carrot pops.
When it comes to studying, extra help can be VERY effective, so Christin shares some advice on the value of study groups in this “Make the Grade”.
Reese tells us about a clean energy milestone in California.
Katie tells us about Picasso's most famous painting and his full name!
Blake’s got some stats on wind and solar power.
Carlynn gives advice on scholarships your parents can help you earn.
Christin tells us about the importance of proofreading your work, and gives us some tips on how to best do it.
A kitchen tip that will help you preserve food longer and therefore save money.
Chloe tells us about what Jay Z likes to collect and how Beyonce added to his collection in a BIG way!
Christin gives us some tips on how to build a resume that truly makes you shine.
Find out how talking to yourself could help you study.
The origin of the word freelancer.
Katie explains us why Michelangelo stopped signing his sculptures.
Carley Knobloch shows you some back-to-school items you’ll want to have on your list.
Most of us grew up playing board games, but very few of us ever invented one. Katarina introduces us to two teens who actually did!
In this Look Back we speak with another of our former reporters, and she’s still reporting… Kristina Ayanian.
Barbie is still the world’s most popular doll and it has become a collector’s item.
We get ideas on some must have back to school essentials.