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Learn All About Seollal, Korean New Year!
Seollal, or 설날, is a day for celebrating and calling in the New Year! Learn all about some of Seollal’s awesome traditions with the help of Bossy Bear and his friends.
Words to Know: Helpful Definitions for Important Conversations
Want to learn more about identity, heritage and culture? Start the conversation with these helpful terms and definitions!
What Is Juneteenth?
June 19th is an important day in our history! Not sure why? Clyde McBride is here to help give you the facts!
Which Term Should You Use: AAPI or AANHPI?
When in doubt, ask! Choosing inclusive language whenever possible is important. Get definitions, fun facts, and more.
How to Make Qatayef Asafiri
Celebrate Ramadan with a tasty treat you can make at home! Grab a grown-up and an apron and learn to make Qatayef Asafiri.
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.
New Press Secretary On The Block
Karine Jean-Pierre is the first black woman and openly LGBTQ+ person to serve as White House Press Secretary!
Mysterious Discovery In Paris
Archaeologists will soon open a sarcophagus that was recently found under the Notre Dame cathedral. We can’t wait to find out what’s inside!
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.
Black History Month Reading List
Let’s celebrate Black stories with these amazing books!
Nick News Break: Winter Olympics
As the Winter Olympics in Beijing have come to an end, Nickelodeon explores which athletes made history, the United States' medal count, and when we can expect another Olympic event!
Rhymes Through Times Memory Game
Test your memory might as we learn about some of Black history’s most influential people.
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: Tanitoluwa Adewumi: National Chess Expert
Meet Tanitoluwa Adewumi, a national Chess-playing champ. Hear what motivates Tanitoluwa and how he rose to awesomeness.
Nick News: Civil Air Patrol
Check out "That Girl Lay Lay" cast member Gabrielle Nevaeh Green as she joins them for a day on the job.
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.
PAW Patrol Assistance Dog Quiz
Test your knowledge on assistance dogs with the help of the PAW Patrol!
PAW Patrol Water Safety Activity Sheets
Thanks to the PAW Patrol, we've learned a lot about water safety. Let's put that knowledge to the test with these activity sheets!
Celebrating The Animals In The Chinese Lunar Calendar
For centuries these calendars have followed a twelve-year cycle, using these twelve animals to represent each year!
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 Break: Infrastructure Bill
You may have heard people talk about the Infrastructure bill, new legislation being discussed in Congress to improve things like roads, bridges and even the Internet!
Read About Native American Heritage
Check out these books that you can read to learn and celebrate Native American Heritage.
Nick News: Boston Dynamics
Meet Spot and Atlas: they can walk, run, jump, and even dance. The wildest part? They're ROBOTS!
Nick News Break: Election Day 2021
Are you wondering why your parents are voting again? It's called an 'off-year election,' and Nick News has the scoop.
Nick Helps November Crossword
How well do you know your November holidays? This month's Nick Helps Crossword will put your skills to the test!
International Day Of The Girl
October 11th is International Day of the Girl, a day to celebrate the strong, driven, dream-chasing girls on Nick, around the world, and in your life!
Blue’s Clues & You! Quiz
Play along with Blue & Magenta!
Are You a Sports EXPERT?!
How many miles is a marathon? How many innings are in a baseball game? Take this quiz to see if you know your sports stuff!
The Blue’s Clues & You! Pledge
Blue encourages YOU to read, learn, and explore!
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.
Musical Math With Blue: Counting Dance
Josh, Blue, and Magenta are dancing and counting, and they want YOU to join in on the fun!
Simple Science With Blue: Weather
Josh and Blue have all sorts of fun outdoor activities to do, but they need your help to figure out the weather!
Simple Science With Blue: The Five Senses
Just like Blue, we explore the world around us with our eyes, ears, nose, hands, and mouth. Let's learn about our senses!
Musical Math With Blue: Shape Hunt
We're going on a shape hunt with Blue and Josh, searching for circles, squares, and triangles!
What Is Crown Day?
Each July 3rd is Crown Day, where we celebrate the beauty of Black hair, and how important it is to express & love yourself!
July 18: National Ice Cream Day!
For National Ice Cream Day, we wanted to celebrate the life and achievements of black inventor Alfred L. Cralle - the inventor of the ice cream scoop. Pretty sweet!
Motion Comic- NOGGIN’s Big Heart World: I’ve Got This
This motion comic is all about listening, helping, and of course, dancing with friends!
Nick News Break: Race To Space
NASA has announced its new Artemis program, which will look to land the first woman on the moon by 2024!
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.
Kids, Immigration, And Equality: Discussion Guide And Key Terms
Immigration in the United States is a complicated issue. Along with the new Nick News special, these guides can help kids understand immigration's history and the immigrant experience in America.
Nick News Break: Juneteenth
Juneteenth is a national holiday commemorating the end of slavery. On June nineteenth, 1865, enslaved people in Texas learned they were free.
Nick News Break: What Are Taxes?
What Are Taxes? Great question! Taxes are meant to help countries, states, and cities provide public goods like education, park space, and roads for their citizens.
Nick News Break: On Recycling
What is recycling? What can you recycle? What can you make from recycled materials? Nick News has answers!
Nick News Break: Summer Olympics
Over 200 nations and 11,000 athletes are competing in this year's contests, held in Tokyo, Japan.
NOGGIN’s Big Heart Beats Album
Noggin’s Big Heart Beats album is a collection of original songs and music videos designed to help educate preschoolers on social and emotional learning skills!
Blue’s Clues & You! Activity Sheets
Learning is fun, especially if it's with Josh, Blue, and YOU!
NOGGIN Activity Sheets
Want to reach your reading goal, or have some beachy fun? Try these fun activities, they'll help you get it done!
NOGGIN: It’s Time For The Big Heart Awesome Show!
It’s Time For The Big Heart Awesome Show!
Nick News Break: What Happened At The Capitol?
You may not be old enough to vote yet, but your voice and your questions still matter. So let’s talk!
Nick News Break: What Is Impeachment?
What happened? What happens next? What does it all mean? Let’s find out together!
Nick News Break- Peaceful Transfer Of Power
Joe Biden becomes the 46th President of the United States.
Nick News Break: On Impeachment And Acquittal
The impeachment process is pretty complex! Luckily, this Nick News Break is here to help explain what happened.
Ocean Conservancy works with you to save the ocean from today's greatest global challenges.
Healthy and Helpful!
Establish healthy habits, express yourself, and learn to help out around the house with these handy printables!
Celebrating Differences For Autism Acceptance Month
Nick Helps and the Autism Society of America are working to educate others about autism and build an inclusive society.
Dora The Explorer Activity Sheets
Fun printables for coloring, puzzling, and exploring just like Dora.
How will YOU change the world?
We Love Every Letter
The alphabet helps me be me and you be you!
Slimy Science-y Slime Facts
Join Aria Brooks (All That) and some friends from the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County are on an exploration of slime in nature!
The Nickelodeon Town Hall: Kids Care
Host Kristen Bell talks to some very special kids doing extraordinary work in their communities.
Nickelodeon Kids’ Bill Of Rights
First and foremost: you have the right to be seen, heard, and respected as a citizen of the world.
Presidential Pets Pop Quiz!
Joe Biden’s dogs, Champ and Major, won’t be the first furry friends in the White House. Test your knowledge about presidential pets past and present!
Kids Help The President
As we prepare for a new president, these kids are offering up their advice for the Joe Biden administration.
Understanding Media And Why It Matters
With a little help from the National Association for Media Literacy Education, let’s talk about how to analyze information in an era where it can be hard to keep up.
Reverend Raphael Warnock
The first black senator from Georgia, Senator Warnock shows us how important it is to continue fighting for equality and equity.
Native American Heritage Month
Celebrate Native American Heritage! There are about 350 languages spoken in the US, and, of those, about 150 are Indigenous! In the last 20 years there has been a spike in Indigenous youth learning an
How To Talk About What We’re Talking About
Thank you to our partner, The Conscious Kid, for providing these important terms & definitions.