Take our online quiz about the history of this national holiday.
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His Wimbledon win 45 years ago was historic, but his legacy includes fighting for social causes.
Shooting death of 16-year-old boy prompts city to bring police back to the area.
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A girl’s journey to the Tasmanian rainforest helps her learn about family and threatened animals.
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Democrats and Republicans supported the effort.
  • 4 days ago
Bringing comfort through their creativity earned each a community service award.
Two animal sanctuaries closed to visitors have been encouraging kids to write.
  • 4 days ago
Baseball is returning! While the season's still young, test your Washington Nationals knowledge with our quiz. Batter up.
  • Jun 26
Sports fans can spend hours debating which players are the “greatest of all time.”
Two others who took part in March 13 late-night raid are still under investigation.
  • Jun 24
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Drawing up a storm
A showcase of daily weather illustrations created by KidsPost readers.
  • Jan 10
Class of KidsPost
Sister Maria Sarradet’s class likes soccer and dogs, and they would like to visit Paris.
  • Jun 15
Gallery of the Week
KidsPost readers joined an international children's art project to document what they are feeling during the coronavirus outbreak.
  • Jun 22
As some restrictions are lifted, animals and humans are being reunited at zoos across the country and the world.
  • Jun 15
Death of black man in police custody brings calls for change, two weeks of large gatherings.
  • Jun 9
Summer is going to be different this year. But that doesn?t mean you can?t travel the world from the comfort of your couch. These images may help you create a bucket list for future vacations, but they can also inspire you to join the Summer of KidsPost with a vacation re-creation.
  • May 25
SpaceX launch set for May 27 would be first from U.S. soil since 2011.
  • May 16
Captain Tom Moore aimed to raise $1,200 for hospital workers. He raised $36 million.
  • Apr 30
KidsPost asked readers to write a poem to mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. We had so many excellent submissions from ages 6 to 14 that we decided to share more that the 10 selected as winners.
  • Apr 22