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Signe Whitson exposes the 12 Dos and Don'ts for Stopping Bullying.
Making friends at school can be scary. Here are some tips to help get you started for the new school year!
YouTube EDU, the largest classroom in the world, hosts over a million educational videos, including lessons from top teachers around the world, course lectures from top-tier universities and inspiring videos to spark your imagination.
Who doesn't love a hot dog? A baseball game or BBQ just isn't the same without one, but how much do you know about this fun food? Check out All About Hot Dogs to find out more!
We all enjoy the sun in the summer, but how much do you really know about that ball of fire in the sky? Check out these Sun Facts!
Bread, cheese, meat, vegetables and spreads - there are infinite variations possible when it comes to sandwiches, but some of them are so popular they have an untouchable reputation, get the rundown of Famous Sandwiches!
If there's one thing there's no shortage of online, it's funny felines - whether they're photo bombing your best self pic or have a meow that wows, they're always hilarious! Check out the Top 10 Best Cats on the Internet.
With their delicious combination of bread, veggies, ketchup, and a patty, hamburgers can seem like a nearly perfect food, but did you know that May is National Hamburger Month? It’s time to celebrate your love of hamburgers, find out more in All About Hamburgers!
Hard or soft, salty or sweet, there’s no denying that pretzels are a snack food that never fails to please, but how much do you know about them? The story of pretzels is just about as loopy as a pretzel itself – find out more in All About Pretzels!
We’ve all learned about poetry in English class, but have you taken the time to write your own? April is National Poetry Month so let’s discover more about this form of writing!
Twitter, Pinterest, Vine – social media can be confusing. Kidzworld has all the details on how you can connect with friends online!
How strong could a bunch of a teeny-tiny particles be? They’re so small how could there any strength to them. Well, this science project will redefine the old phrase, strength in numbers. Test how strong sand can be and fool your friends!
Everyone loves game nights and when it comes to trivia, everyone has at least one thing that they know better than anyone else, so why not give your friends and family a chance to show off! Find out more in How to Host a Trivia Party!
Whether you’ve been a part of one or just enjoyed the viral vids that followed, flash mobs are a huge part of modern culture, combining spontaneity, fun, and strangers. Find out more in All About Flash Mobs!
Do you need to share a secret message with a friend? Are the notes you pass in class being seen by unwanted eyes? Use this science trick to keep your secrets secret and learn something about polymers.
Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most influential political activists in 20th century American history, and played a key role in the African American Civil Rights movement. In honor of his contribution to U.S. history the third Monday of every January is a federal holiday - Martin Luther King Jr. day! Find out more in All About Martin Luther King Jr.
Do you like to make things? Are you the type to see a junk drawer and imagine a game or a pencil case or a form of transportation? Does your creativity run over the edges of your mind and into the everyday? Do you find a rubber band exciting? Well, perhaps you are a bona fide DIY'er! Take this Kidzworld Quiz to find out!
Sledding (or tobogganing) is a beloved winter pastime for lots of people, especially if you live in a place that gets piles of snow during the dead of winter, but how much do you know about how sledding became so popular? Find out more in The History of Sledding!
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.
The liquid state is a state of matter where molecules move freely. This free movement means that they tend to fill any container they are placed in and mix without restriction. So if liquids are easy mixers, how in the world do you stack them?