“TIME For Kids” Releases Free Digital Earth Day Issue

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For the last 25 years, TIME for Kids has been a trusted source for millions of elementary students. Llast month the publication was made available digitally to students to access for free from their homes. Timed to Earth Day, TIME for Kids has released a special edition issue available for free in the TIME For Kids digital library.


The cover story explores how scientists are taking a penguin census in Antarctica as part of a global penguin census to better understand the impact of climate change. Other stories in the issue include how the Netherlands is dealing with rising sea levels, a debate on if cars should be banned from cities, five Kid Heroes for the Planet, how classrooms in Africa are being built from recycled plastic garbage, the plants and animals of South America’s Amazon rain forest, a group in Pakistan is planting native trees and an interview with Bindi and Robert Irwin.

—Jennifer Swartvagher

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