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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?
The 2012 US Presidential Election is set to take place November 6th, 2012 with current President Barack Obama up against some new contenders. Find out more about the 2012 Presidential Election!
What is the best part about Halloween? The costumes? The candy? Getting to roam your neighborhood well into the night? Or is it the science?
Do you have a big English test coming up? Or maybe you just want to brush up on your grammar. Either way, take this English Grammar quiz to test your smarts!
The new school year is approaching and it's time to discover what your back to school style will be for 2012-13! Take this quiz and find out!
Having a smartphone can mean endless ways to connect at all time to your friends and family as well as tons of fun games and apps - but apps can be more than just fun, they can help you get organized for the back-to-school season too! Check out Kidzworld's Top 5 Smartphone Apps for Students!
The sun is waning, the leaves are browning and whispers of back to school are in the air. Time to gear down with some fabulous new back to school gadgets for 2012!
They’re squishy , they’re fluffy, they’re sweet and easy to eat - but what exactly are they and how did they come to be one of the most popular treats? Still don’t know what we’re talkin’ about? Marshmallows of course! Find out more in All About Marshmallows!
You may dread the end of summer, but returning to school does have some highlights - literally! We’re talking highlighters, backpacks, binders and other back to school supplies that are fun to shop for, organize and show off to your friends at the beginning of the school year.
Personalized notebooks help you express your creativity and stand out from the crowd.
Roller Coasters have had a long and bumpy ride to becoming the most well-known (and often feared!) amusement park attractions, whether they give you an adrenaline rush or make you toss your cookies a roller coaster is always a ride to remember. Find out all about how they were invented in The History of the Roller Coaster.
Ever wonder how a lava lamp works? All that light and slow motion liquid is so mesmerizing you may think it’s magic, but really, it’s science. And when you understand the science behind it it’s easy to make your own lava lamp!
There are plenty of ways to enjoy slime, no doubt about that. But one of the best ways to enjoy it is to make it! This recipe for slime is easy and involves only a few simple household items. And it makes a great science project.
Have you ever seen a movie where the hero is dashing through the jungle when they step in a bog of quicksand which sucks them down to their untimely death, or what seems their untimely death until they're saved at the last minute? Well, quicksand doesn't actually work like that. Sorry to bust your movie going experience, but quicksand is rarely deeper than a few feet and if you hold yourself still you will float to its surface and be free. Try this experiment to see exactly how quicksand works!
Never thought you could do rocket science? Well, think again. This project uses the basic principles that send rockets to the moon. You won’t need jet fuel though, just a balloon.
On these fast approaching summer days have you noticed how when you’re out in the sun you’re so much warmer than in the shade? Does it get so hot that you feel like you’re cooking? Well, this is a science project to explore how strong the sun’s rays really are. This homemade solar hot dog cooker is sure to cook up some interesting science and some delicious hot dogs for your summer.
Whether you’re a chess champ or the King of Clue Family Game Night is a fun-filled way to spend quality time with your parents and sibling and also spark a little friendly competition between you and the people you love the most. Find out how to host a family game night!