A BLOCK: Dealing with an illness as serious as cancer isn’t easy – especially if you’re a kid. And it’s not just the medical issues like hospital stays and treatments. As Ava’s reports, many young cancer patients live with a reminder of their illness every time they look in the mirror.
B BLOCK: In “Flag Facts”, Eric tells us which state is nicknamed “Crossroads of America?” CC: HISTORY
In “Guess the President” Luke tests your knowledge on the US President that was later named Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, and actually says that was his biggest accomplishment. CC: HISTORY
Daniella reports on an addiction some teens may not realize they have…the caffeine in soft drinks. CC: HEALTH
C BLOCK: In Emily’s “Vive la France” report, we learn about a train station that was turned into one of Paris’ most impressive art museums, the Musee D’Orsay.
CC: HISTORY & ART
D BLOCK: We’ve got first aid advice from the American Red Cross on how to deal with ticks. CC: HEALTH
In this week’s WORD you can test your vocabulary with the words: onomatopoeia; turgid; and flail. CC: ENGLISH & LANGUAGE ARTS
The National Road Safety Foundation has an important message about the dangers of distracted driving and seat belt safety. CC: HEALTH
E BLOCK: We’ve got another fun recipe from a student chef at the Culinary Institute of America…No Bake Peanut Butter Cereal Bars, the perfect food for when you are on the go. CC: FAMILY & CONSUMER SCIENCE
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