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Challenge yourself with this not-the-norm pumpkin stencil – just copy and paste the design below, reformat it on your computer (choose a design program) to make it the size you want, ask a parent for help carving and voila! The perfect pumpkin.
Planning a Halloween party? There are certain spooky snacks you just can’t forget to serve to your ghoulish guests – otherwise it would just be a plain, old, anytime-of-year party, not a super-scary fright-night fiesta!
Ever wondered what life before TV was like? What did kids do for fun? One boy who lived at a time like this was Philo Taylor Farnsworth - he invented TV.
Summer’s the perfect time to brush up on some of your science skills for school in September. Don’t worry – it’s not all boring brainwork.
Looking to ace your science fair project this year? Why not reach for the stars with this simple, fun and district-winning science fair project on constellations!
Everyone loves strawberries! Bright-red, juicy and sweet, they’re one of the fruits we look forward to eating all summer long. This year, why not plant and grow your very own strawberries?
If you’ve been watching the news or talking to your friends, parents or teachers about what’s going on in the world right now, you’ve probably heard about something called the swine flu. Well, we’ve collected information from lots of different sou
While dinosaurs ruled the land, the oceans of the world were filled with incredible species of their own. Vast marine reptiles dominated the seas. Some of these fearsome swimming creatures grew to nearly 65 feet long – the largest predators the world ha
Nearly 2,000 different types of dinosaurs may have walked the earth at one time or another, and they came in a variety of shapes and sizes – just like us! Some had pretty weird features, like elaborate crests or uncommonly large claws.
Tyrannosaurus rex – “Tyrant Lizard King” – even the name’s impressive. When the T-Rex was first given his title, he was the largest land predator ever discovered. With his hugely powerful head and enormous, razor-sharp teeth, he soon became one
The term “dinosaur” means “terrible lizard,” but the truth is that not all dinosaurs were gigantic, ferocious, bloodthirsty creatures. While many were large, some were actually quite small; while many were meat-eaters, some survived solely on vege
Is there another country in the world as proud of its flag as Americans are of the Stars-Spangled Banner? An interesting thing about the stars and stripes is how much it has changed over the years – and also how much it has stayed the same. Starting out
On October 7, 2008, an asteroid the size of a car blazed through the atmosphere and crashed into an African desert.
Earth Day is coming up fast! In honor of this very special day, Kidzworld wants to help all you green (and brown) thumbs out there take better care of our leafy green friends – plants!
Can you tell a person’s gender by looking at their bare feet? You may think it's obvious, but surprisingly, it isn’t. This district-winning science fair project is super fun…that is, if you’re not afraid of feet (honestly, it’s a real fear!)
What’s believed to be the longest model railway in the world is being built by twin brothers Frederick and Gerrit Braun in the German city of Hamburg.
New pictures from Mars have revealed that water was running freely on the red planet about one million years ago.
Before you slip your dog some table scraps, check out Kidzworld’s list of harmful food for dogs.
The pilot who safely landed a passenger plane in the Hudson River in New York last week has been given a hero's welcome home.
Playing games with your dog can be really fun for both of you, but there are other reasons to do it, too.