- School Stuff
Have you got a brother or a sister? How about two? Amy has 12 and if that's not enough Amy and her sisters are kinda special. How special? Amy's going back to the beginning to find out.
Bring It On brought it on. It's a movie that shows that cheerleading isn't all pom poms and short skirts. It's tough, it's in-your-face and it's wildly funny to boot.
This week's Survivor was boring, but there were still a few good moments. Like when Mike chases a wild boar with a knife. And things get tense when there's a tie between Mitchell and Keith.
It was old school, it was new school, it was as boring as school. Sure they hyped the whole deal as exciting and controversial, but I would have had less trouble staying awake in algebra.
Bart's attitude finally pays off! He gets to sing, dance and hang with *NSYNC. But, as usual, there is something fishy about his good fortune and it's about to go Bye Bye Bye.
This Welsh holiday uses leeks to celebrate. That's right, leeks. Boys take leeks to school and status is given to those who bring the biggest leeks and eat them earliest in the day. Ugh!
Teenagers around the globe are jumping on the vegetarian bandwagon, declaring their distaste for meat. But are teens neglecting their health in their fight against animal cruelty? Get the veggie 411 and start planning your vegetarian diet. - Page 2
Long before Martin Luther King Jr. walked onto the civil rights stage, many important events took place in the civil rights movement to establish equality and peace for blacks and other minorities. Check out Kidzworld's timeline of these historic events.