Nickelodeon Kids’ Bill Of Rights
First and foremost: you have the right to be seen, heard, and respected as a citizen of the world.
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 Master
What does it take to become a National Chess Master? CBS News Correspondent Vladimir Duthiers joins Tanitoluwa in Long Island to find out.