Kids News - Articles for Grade 3

One-Eared Pooch Named Van Gogh Lives Up To His Name

Jaclyn Gartner, the founder of Happily Furever After Rescue in Connecticut, was scrolling through photos of shelter pups last summer. A seven-year-old dog named Van Gogh caught her eye. The former stray pooch had been used as bait in a dog fighting ring. His left ear was so damaged that it had to be surgically removed....

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One-Eared Pooch Named Van Gogh Lives Up To His Name

Nine-Year-Old Fossil Hunter Discovers Massive Megalodon Tooth

Nine-year-old Molly Sampson and her 17-year-old sister Natalie had only one item on their Christmas list last year. They wanted chest-high waterproof overalls to "go shark's-tooth hunting like professionals." Their wish was granted. On Christmas morning, the sisters set out to Maryland's Calvert Beach with their father to put their new equipment to use....

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Nine-Year-Old Fossil Hunter Discovers Massive Megalodon Tooth

Lunar New Year 2023 — Leap Into The Year Of The Rabbit!

On January 22, 2023, over 1.6 billion people of Asian descent worldwide will celebrate the first day of the Chinese New Year, also called Lunar New Year. In China, the festivities last for two weeks and include many fun customs and traditions. Millions of city dwellers head home to spend the important festival with friends and family. The spring travel rush, or Chunyun, results in the world’s largest seasonal human migration....

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Lunar New Year 2023 — Leap Into The Year Of The Rabbit!

NASA Pinpoints The "Coldest Place On Earth"

A remote area in Antarctica has been identified as the "coldest place on Earth." According to NASA, the temperatures in the East Antarctic Plateau can dip to a bone-chilling -136° F (-93.3° C). That is several degrees colder than the previous low of -128.6° F (-89.2° C) set in 1983 at the Russian Vostok Research Station in East Antarctica....

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NASA Pinpoints The "Coldest Place On Earth"