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  • Newsround All the latest news for kids from this BBC TV site, plus your chance to have your say! Includes The Press Pack Enter competitions and write reports for the BBC Newsround website. (UK)

  • Your Shout! – “where readers take over” An excellent online newspaper – “The Newspaper” is published towards the beginning of each school term and again soon after the half-term holiday. It is mailed directly to schools across the UK. This website is the online version of The Newspaper, updated every four weeks. You can also have it emailed if you sign up!

  • Children’s Express “Speaking for ourselves” – the young journalists of Children’s Express ask the questions, and get the answers. Over 600 news stories “by kids – for everyone”. This is a proper news agency with six bureaux around the UK whose members regularly see their work in local and national newspapers, and hear each other on radio and television.
  • Children's Pressline (New York, USA) Trains children in journalism

  • Write & Read reviews for anything! From computer games to books and toys, have your say and grade away – check out what other kids think before you splash your cash!

  • Childrens Games reviewed Add your opinion, or check out your favourites.

  • Cool Kids! Great site where you can contribute your own articles - you can tell everyone about your pet, or your sporting hero. There’s a “you’re the star” section, and art gallery, and loads of competitions and fun. So get typing!

  • Kids Ark An award winning site - Join in the mission to find and gather material about the world - animals, folktales, puzzles, pictures and monsters - before it all disappears.

  • Kidsnews.com News AND Reviews in one place. And if that's not enough, lots of tips for budding authors too. Children from all over the world have written in to have their say. Why not join them?

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