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Christmas is the Christian holiday that celebrates the day when Christ was born. Today, December 25th has taken on a bit of a different spin, with Jolly Ol' St. Nick bringing toys to kids everywhere.
It takes all kinds of people to make the world go 'round. Some people actually like Paris Hilton and others race snow shovels. Go figure!
Don't be surprised if you see a lot of peeps sporting red ribbons December 1st. It's World AIDS Day. Find out more about it here.
Snow isn't that mysterious. It's white and cold, right? But do you even know what snowflakes are made out of? Find out here.
Have you ever wondered where some Christmas traditions started? Get the 411 on the annual festivities here!
Winter solstice is the first day of winter. Check out all the celebrations that take place on the shortest day of the year!
Kwanzaa and Boxing Day fall on the same day. Find out all about both holidays in one handy story.
Do you know what the largest gift was? How about how tall the largest Christmas angel ornament was? Or the most expensive toy? You'd never guess what it is. Keep reading to find out...
Skeleton racing, invented by British tourists in Switzerland in the 1800s, started with sliders racing down a hill between two towns with the winner receiving a bottle of champagne. Find out how it started and got the name on Kidzworld!
The best part about being a sports fan is cheering on your favorite team when they win and booing and taunting them when they lose.