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  • Writer's pictureThe "SaY" Magazine

"SaY" It Like You See It: Become a Child Reporter Today

"SaY" It Like You See Reportage Series is a group of talented Kid Reporters, aged 8–14, from across the country and around the world.

Our young journalists report "news for kids, by kids", covering politics, entertainment, the environment, sports, and more in their hometowns and on the national stage.

Their stories will appear online and in issues of "SaY" Magazine.


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How to Apply We are currently accepting applications for the 2020–2021 program year. Learn more and download the application here.


"SaY" Kids Press FAQ

How can students apply to become Kid Reporters in SaY Kids Press?

SaY Kids Press is currently accepting Kid Reporter applications. All applications must be submitted via mail, and they must be received by July 31st, 2020. Learn more here

What does the SaY Kid Reporter application entail?

The downloadable application to join SaY Kids Press includes writing a news story, story ideas, and a personal essay. Editors annually select Kid Reporters based on writing ability, interviewing skills, and attention to detail.

Are there requirements to apply for SaY Kids Press?

To be considered, applicants must be between the ages of 8–14 (born on or between September 1, 2006, and August 31, 2012). Students in any part of the world are welcome to apply.

What do SaY Kid Reporters write about?

Throughout the year, SaY Kid Reporters cover issues and topics that matter most to them and their peers. This includes current events, breaking news, entertainment, sports, and more from their hometowns and on the national stage.


"SaY" Kids Press (sample) Questions

How does a CD player work? Are unicorns real? How do planes fly? Does God have a Father? Why is the sky blue? Why do we laugh when someone tickles us? Why does sun and rain create a rainbow? Why is the Dead Sea so salty? How is the oxygen constantly recreated? What came first? The chicken or the egg? How was the world created? Why is the water wet? How much money is there in the world? Why are the stars in the sky? Who was the first person in the world? Why are baby teeth called that? Can cars drive by themselves? Will there be a robot to clean up my room?

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