- School Stuff
When the Olympic Games first started in Greece, they built a huge temple. As time passed, they wanted something more impressive so they built a statue so huge you couldn't even see the top.
It only took a couple of pages of Big Fat Liar to grab my interest. 14 year-old Jason Shepherd is about as sneaky as they come. Find out what happens when he meets someone even sneakier than him!
If Romeo and Juliet makes as much sense to you as cold fusion this is the guide for you. Kidzworld translates Shakespeare into plain English. - Page 2
Put a can of spray paint in Temper's hand and watch him create a masterpiece. He's not a vandal and he doesn't graffiti buildings. In fact, Temper even has his work on 50 thousand pop cans.
Grab a pen and piece of paper cuz Kidzworld has done some homework for you. Here's a list of records that have to do with water, like largest ocean, smallest lake... That sorta stuff.
If you miss your final exam in Chemistry, it doesn�t matter if you have top marks. These two guys made up an excuse for missing the exam and ended up having to answer the ultimate question.
In a zany attempt to bring the world a little closer balloon guy Addii Somekh and photographer Charlie Eckert traveled for three years taking snappy shots of people wearing wacky head-wieners.
It's no wonder the Lighthouse of Alexandria is considered one of the seven wonders. It used to be one of the tallest structures in the world. Oh, and it also had a mirror with magical power.