- School Stuff
In 2014 we said farewell to one of the most beloved modern African American writers - Dr. Maya Angelou. Did you know that she was not only a poet, but a journalist, a dancer, and an actress?
African American activist Rosa Parks has been called "The Mother of the Freedom Movement" and "The First Lady of Civil Rights." Find out more about this incredible woman in her Kidzworld Bio!
Black History Month is a time to celebrate the amazing contributions of African American rights activists. Test your IQ in the Black History Month Crossword Puzzle on Kidzworld!
Celebrate The Book of Life & National Reading Day, January 23 with Your Family Stories!
We all know that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles started out as abandoned scientific pets - Kidzworld caught up with Eco Star Station in LA to hear about some real life turtles named after TMNT!
Kidzworld has chosen B.C. Children's Hospital in their Sharing is Caring Campaign by donating Toys, Blu-ray & DVD's, Books and Video Games.
The 'Hour of Code' is a global movement happening Dec. 8-14th, 2014 inspired by CSEdWeek and code.org to introduce computer programming to tens of millions of students in 180+ countries.
Some people love tech toys so much it's hard to get them to look up from their latest gadget - even when it's to give them a new one! Check out Kidzworld's Tech Gift Guide 2014!
Kidzworld is calling all students to join us December 8th - 14th, 2014 in an Hour of Code with Tynker!
Kidzworld has teamed up with Rabbids to offer you a fun giveaway! Enter for a chance to win a $500 gift card or copy of the book!