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Whether you’re throwing your own party or if you’re going out on the town, make these simple decorations and make this New Year’s one to remember.
The holiday season is coming to a close, and you know what that means - time to ring in the New Year! There are lots of different ways to welcome the new year, find out How to Celebrate New Year's Eve!
There are lots of different cultural holidays in December, from Christmas to Hannukah, but one holiday you may not know about is Kwanzaa - a week-long celebration of African and African American history! Find out more in All About Kwanzaa!
Christmas morning finally arrives and you wake up early and scamper down the stairs to the living room where the tree twinkles and the presents are spilling out from under the tree’s lowest boughs and the stockings are plump with goodies.
There's nothing better than curling up by the fire with a good book. If you're looking for recommendations, check out Kidzworld's list of the top 10 teen books of 2012.
The holiday season is called the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be one of the most wasteful times of the year. Going green doesn't have to mean turning into a Grinch during the holidays. Check out these Eco-Friendly Holiday Tips!
Can't decide what to get for Christmas? Check out Kidzworld’s recommendations for the tech geek in your life!
December is full of parties for Christmas, Hanukkah, New Years and more. If you want to stand out and thank your hostess for an amazing party, check out Kidzworld’s list of Best Hostess Gifts.
Snow has always been a cozy feature of the holiday season. Cozy if you’re inside by the fire and not standing out in a blizzard. Making your own snow is perfect for Science Projects or for adding another Christmas decoration for the house.
If you’re sick of making boring old friendship bracelets, then maybe it’s time to step it up a notch. Why not try designing a Scrabble tile pendant? These make fun, wearable necklaces that you can design with almost any image.