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Valentine’s Day is the perfect day to tell your crush how you feel. But what if you’re too shy to say it in person? Here are some tips on writing a Secret Admirer Note!
In the Chinese culture, each year is represented by one of 12 animals, and the animal that's tied to the year you were born in has special meaning for you as a person.
February 14, 2010 (that's right, Valentine's Day!) marks the start of the Year of the Tiger on the Chinese Lunar Calendar. So what exactly is Chinese New Year? Find out right here on Kidzworld!
Valentine's Day is just around the corner. Click here to find out the perfect Valentine's date for you and your crush!
Steer clear of heart-shaped chocolates and red and pink teddy bears and let Kidzworld suggest some smart Valentine’s Day Gifts for Your Girl.
In honor of Black History Month, Nickelodeon is celebrating prominent African Americans throughout February 2010 by showcasing teens perform their own poetry about inspirational African Americans!
February is Black History Month. One cool thing to do is go on a field trip to commemorate the contributions made by African Americans to the United States!
Your guy has eclectic taste—sports, movies, travel, music—you know him better than anyone but finding the perfect Valentine’s Day gift is never easy. Let Kidzworld help you out with some smart gift ideas that work for almost any guy
Valentine’s Day is a great time to show your loved one how you feel, but what do you do if you're broke? Don't worry, Kidzworld's got you covered with the Top 10 Homemade Valentine's Day Gifts!
We’re all familiar with the hearts and candies and flowers associated with Valentine’s Day, but where did this sweetheart of a holiday originally come from?
Only one day a year's devoted to rodents. Groundhog Day celebrates all rodents – whether mice, chipmunks or rats. See what you can do to honor them this Groundhog Day!
This year, the Year Of The Tiger, Chinese New Year falls on the same day as Valentine’s Day. Take advantage of both holidays falling on the same day to attract new people, express love to family and friends or deepen your love.
Happy New Year! It’s January, which means the beginning of the 12 months that will make up the year 2014. Besides a new calendar, there are lots of other fun and crazy holidays to celebrate in January.
Want to throw your own Christmas bash? It’s not as simple as putting toothpicks into bite-sized pieces of food and letting your guests fend for themselves. Here are some tips for making sure your holiday party is grand!
The year was about 165 BC. A group of men led by Judah the Maccabee climbed to the top of a mountain overlooking Jerusalem. Find out more about the miracle of Hanukkah.
Like most Jewish holidays, Hanukkah has its own yummy food traditions and recipes. Soofganiot (jelly doughnuts) and latkas or livivot (potato pancakes) are fried food eaten during Hanukkah.
We reviewed a new app by Claire’s called Secret Santa Circle. It lets you and your friends start a fun gift exchange AND get awesome offers – just by joining!
We’re sure you’re happy to know you can celebrate National Candy Day every year! This November 4th, prepare your sweet tooth.
It's not just a cheesy (pun intended!) excuse for a holiday or a chance for Subway make more dough (ha ha!). National Sandwich Day is just about...sandwiches!
Oh, November - a month that’s got a bit of a bad rap. Falling in-between Halloween and Christmas it’s easy to forget that a lot of great holidays happen in November. Here are some of our favorites!