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We want our kids to be news savvy but it’s difficult when not all the headlines, photos, and stories in the daily newspaper or on news sites are right for them. We’ve struggled to comprehend the news as adults, let alone teach kids about current events. Fortunately, The Juice Interactive News Digest can help teach kids in grades 5-12 about current events in an age-appropriate way that fosters media literacy skills.
The Juice provides fresh unbiased content about current events thanks to content written by credentialed journalists and educators. Their 200-word stories focus on the facts while interactive content strengthens learning through engagement. Multiple viewpoints are provided that require kids to use their critical thinking skills to understand the real issues.
Keep reading for a look at how The Juice aims to teach kids about current events by requiring them to think objectively about content designed for their reading level.
Using The Juice to Teach Kids About Current Events