Yesterday, thousands and thousands of kids across both the United States and the world, participated in marches to end gun violence. Some kids also attended rallies supporting guns. Children like 11 year-old Naomi Wadler and high school senior Emma Gonzales gave powerful speeches asking the government to change gun laws. Kids can make a difference!
The MacArthur Foundation awarded 100 million dollars to the International Rescue Committee and Sesame Street for their program to help young refugees. A version of Sesame Street made especially for Syria will be available for kids displaced by that country’s civil war. Hopefully watching Sesame Street can give Syrian refugees some hope and happiness!
Arthur’s Big App
by PBS KIDS
In Arthur’s Big App children can tap and swipe their way through multi-level games that encourage positive social skills. Each game allows kids to explore the ARTHUR world and collaborate and compete with their favorite ARTHUR characters.
Windy’s Lost Kite
By Loud Crow Interactive Inc.
In this appisode, your child will help Windy on her journey to solve the mystery of her missing red kite. Adventure through wintry woods filled with sugary snow and roller skate through orchards filled with colorful paper leaves. Meet some of Windy’s friends and see if they can help.