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"NBC News for Universal Kids" is a newscast intended to engage 6- to 11-year-olds in current events so that they can become media-literate, discerning viewers of the future. Stories offer context and information about government, society, and culture, giving young viewers the opportunity to start their own conversations about what's happening in their world. Whether it's a gymnast competing with a prosthetic leg, a geometry student applying math to construct houses, or a group of students helping the elderly learn technology, the stories are intended to inspire hope by featuring young people making a difference.

Latest episodes

aired 1 day ago
News presented in a lively and engaging way to help kids understand their increasingly complex world and become global citizens.
aired 4 days ago
Ways to reduce, reuse and recycle.
aired 5 days ago
Learning the science behind why flowers are so colorful.
aired 6 days ago
Learning about alopecia and the love and support Luke Nelson received from his friends.
aired 7 days ago
News presented in a lively and engaging way to help kids understand their increasingly complex world and become global citizens.
aired 8 days ago
News presented in a lively and engaging way to help kids understand their increasingly complex world and become global citizens.
aired 11 days ago
Learning about the individuals who both say they are the president of Venezuela, and how it's impacting the country.
aired 12 days ago
Learning what pi is and how people celebrate Pi Day on March 14.
aired 13 days ago
An after-school program teaches girls ages 6 to 18 how to ice skate.
aired 14 days ago
The Boy Scouts of America invite girls to join.
aired 15 days ago
Women's History Month in March honors the leadership and accomplishments of women from the country's past and present.
aired 18 days ago
Burmese python snakes are hunted in Florida.
aired 19 days ago
Students at Corbett High School in Oregon attend classes for only four days a week instead of five.
aired 20 days ago
Choreographer Charm La'Donna works with such stars as Selena Gomez and Meghan Trainor.
aired 21 days ago
Learning how parts of a mattress can be reused.
aired 22 days ago
Ten-year-old activist Yolanda King, the granddaughter of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., follows in his footsteps.
aired 25 days ago
Children entrepreneurs, including Ryan from RyanToys Review.
aired 26 days ago
News presented in a lively and engaging way to help kids understand their increasingly complex world and become global citizens.
aired 27 days ago
Natalie Asatryan, the youngest female yoga instructor in the U.S., bends over backward to do good.
aired 28 days ago
News presented in a lively and engaging way to help kids understand their increasingly complex world and become global citizens.
aired 29 days ago
News presented in a lively and engaging way to help kids understand their increasingly complex world and become global citizens.

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