And that's exactly why we're here.
Since 1981, we’ve been faithfully delivering the news to students while instilling a passion for learning and a curiosity about God’s creation. Combining our experience with the needs of today’s classrooms and homeschools, we’ve developed this video current events program for teens.
Our daily, ten-minute episodes include headlines, news briefs, and feature stories that break everything down for them without breaking their concentration.
Can’t spare ten minutes?
We get it. This program is created for watching in short segments throughout the day, assigning the show as homework, or streaming during lunch and free time. You'll receive an email update every morning that provides an outline of the day’s stories so you can determine how it fits into your schedule.
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People might ask how your teens know so much about the world. Feel free to tell them about WORLD Watch. We're not going to stop you.
The news you've covered and the concepts you've helped to explain have led to good conversations and more understanding about our world and the people God has placed in it.
We start our mornings watching WORLD Watch, and my kids love it. We have had some wonderful discussions and further investigation on some of the news reports. I have searched long and hard for something like this to engage our children in current events. You have hit the spot!
We watch it as a family every day, and it has been so educational. —Vivien
I appreciate the range of news stories and the balanced approach you use (informing us, but not scaring us).
Thank you for enriching our lives! Our whole family is enjoying your newscast. It’s part of our morning routine, and we keep recommending it to friends! We plan to use it as part of our homeschool program.
For my three kids ages 6-11 we watch in the morning as part of our routine (morning basket) with our rotation of prayer prompts. For current events oral reports that are part of our language curriculum, WORLD Watch is a cited source. All of my kids are becoming very savvy with current events and new technology inventions.
This show is a breath of fresh air after watching CNN10 for a few years. We watch every day right before lunch with a short discussion afterwards. We have ages 5-15 watching at our house. We always watch with a map or globe nearby! We love looking up the countries being discussed.
The content and presentation are invaluable in developing news literacy and civic awareness, and the science emphases are something I wasn't expecting but am deeply grateful for.
My class in the 8th grade loves your news cast. We watch it every morning.
My three kids (4th grade, 7th grade, and 9th grade) and I watch each morning before school. It has been a great way for my kids to stay up-to-date on current events without hearing a lot of opinions that go with it. It is a breath of fresh air for our family and just what we all need!
My own family has a subscription and we've been so blessed by it. It has fueled our prayer life and has enabled us to pray specifically for those all around the world. I am a middle school geography teacher, and see how instrumental it could be in the classroom.
I love learning about what's happening. You guys do a great job in explaining so middle schoolers like me can understand, which regular news sources don't usually do. I also love how your funny stories make it more interesting.
We are already SO thankful for World Watch! This past year or two has made us really wonder how to introduce our kids into discerning fact/opinion, being world-aware without being worried, etc. We appreciate the work y’all are doing!