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Georgia’s Youngest Certified Farmer
She has her very own garden where she grows beets, blueberries, okra, and carrots (her favorite).
How War Affects Children In Ukraine
CBS Correspondent Imtiaz Tyab talks to children at a shelter in Lviv, Ukraine about fleeing from the dangers of war and how they’re coping.
Nick News Break: April Celebrations
For the first time in 30 years, Easter Sunday, Ramadan, and Passover are all happening within the same month!
Nick News: Banned Book Club
CBS Correspondent Vladimir Duthiers talks with Banned Book Club founder Joslyn Diffenbaugh about the importance of children seeing themselves in the words they read.
Nick News: Enzo Rides To Fight Bullying
That Girl Lay Lay's Gabrielle Nevaeh Green joins Brandon Renteria and his corgi, Enzo, in Houston, Texas. Brandon and Enzo are on a mission to stop bullying and spread kindness.
Nick News: Game-time with The Chicago Bulls
What does a sports reporter do? Isaiah Crews gets some pointers on the job from Darnell Mayberry!
PAW Patrol Calling All Heroes Quiz
Test your knowledge on your local heroes!
No Job Too Big, No Pup Too Small!
Calling All Heroes to help make the world a better place!
A Conversation With The U.S. Surgeon General
The students of Jefferson Middle School Academy talk about mental health with Dr. Vivek Murthy.
Nick News: A Message From Miranda Cosgrove
Miranda Cosgrove, star of iCarly, wants to give every girl the confidence to become an empowered young woman!
Nick News: Ariel Community Academy
CBS News Correspondent Michelle Miller meets with the students of Ariel Community Academy on Chicago's south side to talk about financial literacy - aka how to stay smart with money.
Nick News Break: Voting Rights With Yolanda Renee King
13-year-old Yolanda Renee King, the granddaughter of Dr. Martin Luther King, explains the importance of voting and activism.
Nick News: Mrs. Doubtfire On Broadway
What really goes on behind the curtain at a Broadway show? CBS News Correspondent Vladimir Duthiers joins the children's cast of Mrs. Doubtfire to investigate.
Nick News: Girls On The Run
For the past 25 years, Girls On The Run (located in Washington DC) empowered young girls to run, learn, and be inspired.
West Powelton Drummers and Steppers
The West Powelton Drummers and steppers have performed for President Biden and are now the Philadelphia 76ers' official drumline.
Nick News: Afghanistan
CBS News Correspondent Imtiaz Tyab is in Kabul, the capital city of Afghanistan, talking to young boys and girls who share their experiences.
Nick News Break: Hailey Gallagher, Kid Advisor
Hailey Gallagher wrote a letter recommending herself as Kid Advisor to the President...and got the job! Now she's on a mission, encouraging kids to get their COVID-19 vaccine.
Nick News: You Are Not Alone
Kids like you speak up to share stories of hope and inspiration to remind you that if you are being bullied, you are not alone.
Nick News: Dealing With Bullies On Social Media
Side Hustle stars Jules LeBlanc and Jayden Bartels talk about dealing with negativity on social media, friendship, and how to deal with bullying.
Nick News: Luzi Castillo
Luzi Castillo surfs, skates, dances, plays basketball, and never stops reaching for the stars - she hopes to one day compete in the Paralympics!
Nick News: Sierra Canyon High School
The superstar academy pushes student-athletes to be the best, both on the court and in the classroom!
Unified Talks: Let’s Talk Identity
Learn from Special Olympics Youth Leaders and your friends at Nickelodeon how we can be inclusive of all identities!
Nick News Break: The 20th Anniversary of 9/11
Nickelodeon looks back on September 11, 2001, and answers your questions about a tragic day in U.S. history.
Nick News Break: Back To School
U.S. Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona answer your most important question about going back to school safely.
What Is It Like Being Kid Of The Year?
Gitanjali Rao, last year’s winner, talks about her experience and what it takes to become Kid of the Year!
Nick News: Early Immigration In America
To better understand America today, let’s take a look back at over 200 years of immigrants making their way to the USA from all over the world.
Nick News: DACA And Dreamers
Izabella Alvarez (aka Ronnie Anne on The Casagrandes) talks us through the differences between DACA and Dreamers, two important parts of current US immigration policy.
Nick News: Immigration In Hazleton, PA
The town of Hazleton in Pennsylvania, once bitterly divided over immigration, has since come together as thriving community full of possibility and celebration.
Nick News Break: Q&A With Dr. Vivek Murthy
U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy answers your questions about COVID-19, vaccinations, and masks!
Nick News Break: Q&A With Miguel Cardona
U.S. Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona answers your questions about going back to school safely as we navigate the ongoing presence of COVID-19.
Nick News Break: So, What Exactly Can Be Recycled?
Ryan Hickman founded Ryan's Recycling, and he's got the expert scoop on which items can and cannot be recycled.
George Floyd: A Meaningful Mural
Honoring George Floyd’s passing and all those lost to police violence with a painting by 2020 Kid of the Year honoree Tyler Gordon, depicting a kinder future we can all help create.
Check out these amazing murals created for schools in the Los Angeles area by artists at Nickelodeon Studios!
Gitanjali Rao:Kid of the Year!
Kids just like you are helping others get access to clean water, technology, education, and so much more!
Nick’s School Partnership Program
From sea to shining sea, Nickelodeon works with schools and districts to enrich kids’ lives by providing physical resources and virtual opportunities.
Want To Make The World A Better Place?
Use this tool to visualize your dreams, hopes, goals, ideas, inspirations, and actions!
Unified Talks: A Very Special Edition
Learn from Special Olympics Youth Leaders and your friends at Nickelodeon what it means to be an inclusive youth leader!
Stop The Hate, Stop The Violence
Racism and discrimination against Asian Americans & Pacific Islanders has increased due to COVID. Do your part to stand up and speak out against hate.