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Kids’ Corner: How to avoid Children becoming liars

Some behavioural experts have argued that lying is natural. In most cases, we lie out of shame, to save face or avoid embarrassments, to brag or due to low-esteem. These make lies inevitable, more or less. Yet, sometimes we lie to avoid danger. Regardless, whatever prompts one to lie, lying is not socially acceptable; as such, it must be discouraged.   Since kids are the leaders of tomorrow, it is often recommended that parents teach their children to avoid lies,…

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Kids’ Corner: Common foods that can choke children

Arguably, it is the joy of every parent to see their child happy and healthy. According to the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP), a baby needs to be fed on the mother’s breast milk a minimum of 6 months before the child can start feeding on solid food.  How can you know that your baby is ready for solid food? Child experts mentioned sure signs such as when the child starts holding the head in a steady and upright…

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Kata Kata Ambassador Liam Katabira to Encourage literacy in Primary Schools in Uganda

In an attempt by kata kata cartoon magazine to encourage reading and writing amongst learners in primary schools in Uganda, the organisation is in talks with leading Primary Schools in the country, among them, Sir Apollo Kagwa Primary School Kisaasi, a member of a wider group under Sir Apollo Kagwa Schools. Under this program, Kata Kata youth ambassador Liam Katabira, an Old Boy (O.B) of one of the Sir Apollo Kagwa Schools, will be visiting schools to achieve Literacy…

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Hear The Young Writer’s Story

Do you want to become a young writer? Do you want your stories to be published? Possibilities can be endless – if you have the determination. Liam Katabira is a living witness of what a child can achieve if they are determined. Join the Kata Kata Young Writers’ Club and realise your dreams.

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Kids’ Corner: Stimulate Your Kids to Become Good Readers and Writers

“The real importance of reading is that it creates an ease and intimacy with the process of writing; one comes to the country of the writer with one’s papers and identification pretty much in order. Constant reading will pull you into a place (a mind-set, if you like the phrase) where you can write eagerly and without self-consciousness. It also offers you a constantly growing knowledge of what has been done and what hasn’t, what is trite and what…

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READ THE LATEST KATA KATA CARTOON MAGAZINE

The latest issue of Kata Kata Cartoon Magazine is out. The educational,  informative and yet extremely humorous magazine covers different aspects of life, from social issues to health, literary, technology, fashion, children, interior, food, destination. It is explosive! Read online or subscribe now! More: www.katakata.org/magazines/

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Donald Trump and Wife test Positive for COVID-19

The President of the USA Donald Trump and his wife Melania Trump have tested positive for coronavirus. President Trump, who has always dismissed the deadly virus as the common flu, which would soon go like the wind, has confirmed that he and the 50-year old First Lady tested positive and are now in quarantine. The positive test comes after one of Mr Trump’s closest advisers Hope Hicks tested positive for coronavirus. The 31-year old Ms Hicks accompanied President Donald…

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The Latest Issue of Kata Kata Magazine is out!!

Check out: PUBLISHER’S NOTE: Child Marriage ILLUSTRATED STORY: Enough Of Child Marriage In Kata Kata Village HEALTH: Foods that strengthen your immune system TECHNOLOGY: How advancement in technology is transforming the music industry BEAUTY: Ten amazing makeup removers you must have KIDS CORNER: Time for kids to learn more about animals TRAVEL & DESTINATION: Make Kenya your next destination FASHION: Stunning African women dresses that you cannot afford to miss INTERIOR: Top Interior Designs Trending in 2020 FOOD: Home-Made…

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Kata Kata ‘s brand Ambassador Liam Katabira (8) publishes his amazing stories.

In our efforts to stimulate kids to become talented writers and devoted readers, Kata Kata Cartoon magazine has recently published two interesting stories, written by its brand Ambassador Liam Katabira.  The two published stories titled The Dark well and The Artman are some of the many captivating tales written by the eight-year-old Liam Katabira, who is now busy visiting many schools in Uganda to encourage other children to devote more time to reading and writing because, accordingly to him, “reading and writing make…

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15-Year old Queen of Katwe Star Nikita Pearl Waligwa dies of brain tumour

Nikita Pearl Waligwa, the talented star of the film Queen of Katwe has succumbed to a brain tumour at the ripe age of 15. Nikita died in hospital in Kampala on Sunday after battling with a brain tumour, which had been first diagnosed in 2016 but was thought to have been successfully treated. She became prominent after starring in the 2016 film Queen of Katwe which was based on the true-life story of Phiona Mutesi, a Ugandan chess genius…

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ICC Chief Prosecutor’s Statement on the International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers

This International Day against the Use of Child Soldiers serves as a bleak reminder that around the world today, girls and boys in their tens of thousands are still being forced to fight and die as soldiers in wars. Children should have no part in armed conflict. Today, and every day, we must reinforce our collective resolve for urgent action to eradicate the practice and its horrendous consequences. In July 1998, the international community reaffirmed its commitment to put…

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Kids: The Bad Boy

Tom stood up and walked out of class. He did not ask the teacher for permission to go out of the classroom. He walked very quietly and slowly. He thought the teacher did not see him move out of the classroom. His teacher Wamala was holding a piece of white chalk and writing on the blackboard. It was time for literacy lessons. The teacher heard someone walking towards the door, he turned and pulled down his pair of eye-glasses…

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