A BLOCK: Musicals are a great way to entertain an audience. But as Ava reports, musicals can also be a great way to raise money for a good cause. CC: THE ARTS
B BLOCK: It’s a game that’s so simple…and so famous… all you have to say is that it’s a tower of stacked blocks. Katie shows us a world record breaking “game” of Jenga.
Sophia tells us why the band Coldplay has warm hearts. They give 10% of their income to charity.
We’ve got another important reminder of the dangers of driving distracted, sponsored by the National Road Safety Foundation. CC: HEALTH
C BLOCK: In this week’s “Make the Grade” Christin explains why starting at the end of a chapter could help you better absorb what you read.
Shane tells us why watching TV could make you gain weight. CC: HEALTH
If you’ve ever tried heating up pizza in the microwave, you’ll want to hear “Katie’s Kitchen Tip” because she has a trick that will help keep your slice from getting soggy.
D BLOCK: There are many big differences between France and the United States. Take for example, the architectural structure known as the arch. For most Americans, the image of an arch brings to mind the golden arches of MacDonald’s. But as Olivia reports, to the French, the arch holds a loftier place in their history. CC: HISTORY
E BLOCK: We’re back in the kitchen, this time with a recipe for a healthy snack made from avocados, and no, it’s not guacamole.
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