- School Stuff
Kidzworld has some tips and tricks on how to keep your locker organized for back to school. Check it out!
Your summer’s been great, but now it’s time to hit the books and head back to class .Feeling a bit nervous about your first day? Kidzworld’s got some tips for you on how to calm those first day back-to-school jitters!
Does homework stress you out? Kidzworld has a few simple solutions to help you avoid or eliminate your homework stress.
While this cool new product from MOMS Made Easy, called a HomeWork Box, doesn’t magically guarantee you an “A” on your school assignments, it can make homework a whole lot less stressful!
The first day of school is tough for everybody—new class, new teacher, new everything! Check out some basic no-nos you want to avoid on your first day in Kidzworld’s What NOT To Do On Your First Day Of School.
Find out how to impress your teachers from the get-go with these back-to-school tips. Kidzworld's got the scoop.
Want to know how to ace your school project? Well Kidzworld has the recipe that will make your teacher dish out the A's!
More than 13 million kids can’t buy basic school supplies for back-to-school. DoSomething.org and Staples are teaming up with actress Nikki Reed for the 3rd Annual National Staples/Do Something 101 School Supply Drive.
Black Holes aren’t just made-up stuff in sci-fi movies – they may actually exist! So what exactly are they – and what are the chances of you ever coming across one in your lifetime?
The Aquafier Magnifying Lens Kit gives you a whole new way to build a one-of-a-kind magnifying glass using a few simple things: two large clear plastic fiber optic quality lenses, an oversized custom-made rubber band and WATER!
Ever feel like writing a poem? Poetry and writing are a natural part of our lives - a great way to express your innermost thoughts and feelings. You don't need to be a pro to write poetry! Check out our tips, below!
Ever walked across the room to pet your dog and got a shock instead, taken off your hat on a dry winter day and had a "hair raising" experience or made a balloon stick to a wall by rubbing it on your clothes? It's not magic - it’s static electricity!
Thanks to one brave teenager, a system of reading and writing is available to blind and partially blind people all over the world.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, aka FDR, was the 32nd President of the United States.
There’s another famous “Nellie” besides singer Nelly Furtado: Nellie Ross, who was the first woman to become a governor in the United States.
Too cold to grow outside? Grow an indoor garden – and learn about science – with the Science On A Garden Adventure kit.
Kidzworld takes a look at the 8th and final book in Jenny Nimmo’s amazing Charlie Bone series—Charlie Bone and the Red Knight.
Ever wonder what President Obama and his family eat? Who works at the White House? What the president, first lady and their daughters do in their spare time? Whether there really is a bowling alley and movie theatre in the White House?
Stuck on a topic for your next science fair project? Kidzworld’s got the best ideas for projects that’ll knock the judges’ sicks off! Check them out!
Klutz comes up with some SUPER books about SCIENCE (seriously, we’re impressed) that include everything you need to do explosive science, build a solar car, experiment with batteries, launch foam rockets and build LEGO projects!