A BLOCK: This Veterans Day weekend, we remember one of the biggest gambles of World War Two: the Allies invasion of France. As Ryan reports it was a titanic battle that led to the end of the war. CC: HISTORY
B Block: Worrying seems to be a part of life. While we here at Teen Kids News don’t have any magic spells to make all your worries disappear, Amelia got some tips on making worrying – less worrisome. CC: HEALTH
Sol has a fragrant way to deal with trouble sleeping.
C Block: In this week’s “Make the Grade” Christin gets a study tip about collaborating, from a high school student in Tennessee.
Hannah’s “Speak of the Week” report asks teens which school subject they think is the most useful.
In “Art Smart” Katie tells us why one of the most famous paintings in American Art almost didn’t come to pass. CC: ART HISTORY
The National Road Safety Foundation wants you to keep your hands on the wheel, your eyes on the road and your mind on driving so they bring us another important message. CC: HEALTH
D Block: Eden’s report shows us how a bag is changing lives around the world. CC: SOCIAL STUDIES
E Block: Oliva is back with her Jordan Journal. This week we learn that as country that is more than 90 percent Muslim, Jordan plays an important role in both the Christian and Jewish religions. CC: SOCIAL STUDIES