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Invisible ink isn't something you just see in James Bond movies or in the X-Files. In fact even prisoners used to sneak messages out with invisible ink. Read on to find out how it works.
Think that being able to use Google makes you a search engine whiz? Think again. We've got the 411 you need to be a master web sleuth.
Lookin' to dazzle your peeps at this year's science fair? Check out these cool, inspired experiments that'll help you win!
Magician Roy Horn, of Siegfried and Roy, was mauled by his tiger on stage. Should wild animals perform in the first place? Take a look at both sides of this animals rights issue and then you tell us!
Wanna get the most bling-bling for your buck? Get the 411 on banks, credit cards and Visa's new deal with Hilary Duff!
Ditch the calculator and the pencil too! Kidzworld's got the tips and tricks you need to master your multiplication tables!
If you've ever been so cold that it hurt, you've had a taste of what it's like to have frostbite. Check out this chilly condition!
A new school year means new classroom dilemmas -- like whether or not to dissect. Here are some of the alternatives and how to talk to your teachers if you want to opt out.
Imagine you didn't have to bathe. This might be fun at first but if water isn't available then things could get smelly. During a drought farmers and cities can be in some serious trouble.
Beyblades are one of the most popular toys around but they're also a great example of some pretty cool science. Check it out!
Do you think you know all there is to know about dinosaurs? Take Kidzworld's dino quiz and find out how dino-smart you really are.
Geocaching is and outdoor adventure game, which uses the Global Positioning System. Find out more about becoming a geocacher right here.
If you didn't get grossed out enough last week, Kidzworld's got more animals that stink, poop and slime their way out of trouble.
Does the thought of dissecting an animal in science class gross you out? Well, quit being a squeamish baby about it and start cutting open some skin.
Do you know the difference between a solar system, a galaxy and the universe? How about which planets have rings or moons? Test your knowledge of Mercury, Mars, Venus, and more with this Space quiz.
Confused about Chemistry? Looking for simple answers? It's not that hard to follow if you break it down. Here's the basics of chemistry, matter, atoms and the 411 on the Periodic Table of Elements.
If you kept digging, what would you find? Probably lots of worms, roots, and a few dog bones. But if you went really far, you'd get geothermal energy.
Did Santa know what he was doing when he gave all his reindeer guy names? He's a pretty smart guy but all his reindeer are females. Don't let Rudolph's name fool you. Or am I fooling you?
Could you navigate the Starship Enterprise out of a black hole? Do you even know what a black hole is? Better brush up on the space talk, especially if you hope to pass your next test.
The Periodic Table of Elements that we use today has stayed the same for 130 years. Think you know what the symbols for Calcium, Sodium and Hydrogen are? Find out with the Periodic Table Quiz!