Entrepreneurs make money by solving problems for others. Chase Reed is a teenage entrepreneur who runs Sneaker Pawn, the first pawnshop that specializes solely in sneakers. He is using a common commodity to help individuals who cannot secure loans from traditional banks. At Sneaker Pawn, sneakers are the currency.
In this episode, Sabrina Ma, founder of ARK (Acts of Random Kindness), is on a mission to change the world with kindness. She discusses what led her to start this school club. Reporters also discuss the importance of athletic trainers in schools. Other segments include the history of the seventh-inning stretch, how to enter science competitions, the history of the flag of Texas, and the You Will Rise Project. Part of the "Teen Kids News" series.
Bones are important to everyday tasks and movements. Students learn the functions of the following bones:spine, rib cage, tibia, femur, and skull. Part of the “Everyday Science for Preschoolers” series.
David Boboltz of the National Science Foundation provides information on where to obtain the appropriate glasses to view the solar eclipse. He advises those wishing to view the eclipse to check with their local libraries and various online sources.