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Martin Luther King Jr. was a human rights activist, lawyer and pastor, and on top of all that he has gone down in American history as a hero for his part in the African-American Civil Rights Movement.Time to test your IQ in the Martin Luther King Jr. Crossword Puzzle!
The holidays are finally here, and part of getting into the spirit of the season is going on the hunt for the perfect presents - even for the pickiest people you know! We've got the low down on gifts that will get you in your friends and family's good books! Check out Kidzworld's 2013 Holiday Gift Guide for the best gift ideas this season!
Andi Unexpected by Amanda Flower is the first book in a new middle-grade mystery series following 12-year-old Andi Boggs as she solves a family tree mystery.
Warner Bros. and Habitat for Humanity have started the campaign “There’s No Place Like Home.” The campaign will feature several themed initiatives and builds benefiting Habitat for Humanity’s work to create decent, safe and affordable housing.
Signe Whitson exposes the 12 Dos and Don'ts for Stopping Bullying.
The best thing about making a collage is that there are no rules! All you need is some craft glue, paper and photos and you're good to go!
You may know the Eiffel Tower as one of the most famous manmade monuments in the world, and you’d be absolutely right! Read on to learn about the history of the spectacular Eiffel Tower.
When the once green leaves on the trees start to turn brown, yellow and red and fall to the ground, you know that autumn has arrived, and it's time to bust out those sweaters and go back to school. Test your Autumn Trivia in this Kidzworld Quiz!
Making friends at school can be scary. Here are some tips to help get you started for the new school year!
Road trips are a fun and exciting way to travel - you feel free as a bird as you follow your own schedules, stop whenever you want to see the sights and best of all, hit all of the local restaurants from California to Boston if you wanted to.