Introducing MSN Kids

Jun 12, 2018   |   Ben Goldfein, MSN Kids Editor

Girl with laptop; (C) Microsoft

We are excited to announce the launch of MSN Kids, a curated news site created for children in the elementary and middle school age group. Whether kids are in the mood to learn about amazing kids just like them, interesting people all around the globe, discover fun facts about animals, get answers to some of life’s biggest mysteries, or just sit back and enjoy great videos, MSN Kids is the place for them.

We saw a need for a place for kids to learn about the world in a safe, trustworthy and fun environment. The site offers editorially curated, age-appropriate news and features from partner publishers such as Popular Science, Sports Illustrated for Kids, National Geographic and USA TODAY.

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All content is kid-friendly and helps children find things of interest to stay engaged, learn, and have fun – with no sponsored content or advertising. Every day our editors will select content from our most-trusted partner brands that we think kids will love and parents will appreciate.

The content you find here will help your kids broaden their interests and carry on thoughtful conversations about important topics. But we also want to keep kids engaged with fun features.

For example, have you ever seen a hedgehog getting a massage?

No? Well what’s stopping you? Watch this amazingly cute video. It will make your day better. We promise!

Have you ever wondered why eating ice cream gives you a brain freeze?

Yes? Us too! Find out why.

Take a look around. Let us know what you think.

If you like what you see, please give your kids a chance to explore the site. We think they’ll love it. Maybe they’ll even learn how to save the planet!