What if you had the opportunity to get on TV and have your bedroom totally re-designed, all at the same time? With the Discovery Kids show, Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls, you can do just that. All you have to do is round up a team of boys and a team of girls and send in your application!
Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls - Get Crafty
Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls is based on the popular TLC show that has friends design rooms for one another with the help of some experienced home decorators. For this cool Discovery Kids show, you'll need to recruit a friend of the opposite sex who lives within a two or three minute walk of your house. You won't be working with Genevieve Gorder or Ty Pennington but you do get to choose teammates to join you in your interior design adventures, like your sister, cousin or best friend. The only catch is, you're going to have to OK things with the 'rents cuz they have to be around to oversee your shenanigans.
Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls - Do You Have What It Takes?
So, does this sound like something you'd like to be a part of? Well, if you are between the ages of 8-14, have a friend to switch with and a room you're ready to change, get working on your submission ASAP!
Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls - Get on the Show!
To grab an application form and find out more about the show, head to www.kids.discovery.com. And don't forget to tune into Trading Spaces: Boys vs. Girls Mondays through Fridays on Discovery Kids at 7PM and 10PM EST. You can also check the show out Saturday mornings on NBC's Discovery Kids line-up!
"Charulata" wrote: "katieee123_" wrote: I'm not going to judge her, it was most likely her parents fault. Poor girl.
I'm sorry , But I don't think it's her parents fault. Her parents didn't tell her do anything with anyone , She did. Her parents isn't involved in this case!!
She's 13. Kids that age base some of their decisions off of what their parents say. Her parents should have told her what's right and what's wrong, which they most likely didn't do since apparently they didn't care.