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Dinosaur: Book Review :: What Is A Dinosaur?

The term “dinosaur” means “terrible lizard,” but the truth is that not all dinosaurs were gigantic, ferocious, bloodthirsty creatures. While many were... read more
America – The Making Of A Nation :: History Of The American Flag

America – The Making Of A Nation :: History Of The American Flag

Is there another country in the world as proud of its flag as Americans are of the Stars-Spangled Banner? Learn all about the history of the American ... read more
Jul 01, 2016 | 8 comments

Meteor-Right

On October 7, 2008, an asteroid the size of a car blazed through the atmosphere and crashed into an African desert.... read more
Plant Power: Keeping Our Green Friends Happy

Plant Power: Keeping Our Green Friends Happy

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... read more

Feet :: A Smelly Science Fair Project

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 fa... read more

Train Trip

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.... read more

Mars H2O

New pictures from Mars have revealed that water was running freely on the red planet about one million years ago.... read more

Bad Foods for Dogs

Before you slip your dog some table scraps, check out Kidzworld’s list of harmful food for dogs. ... read more

Hudson Hero

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.... read more
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Training Games to Play With Your Dog

Playing games with your dog can be really fun for both of you, but there are other reasons to do it, too. ... read more

Teach Your Dog to Fetch

Teaching your dog a few simple tricks, like how to sit, how to shake a paw and how to fetch, is fun, entertaining and rewarding for both you and your ... read more

Life on Mars?

Space experts say they’ve found large amounts of a gas that could be a sign of life on the red planet.... read more

Super Sausage

No one in Romania is going to go hungry after a world record-breaking sausage was made there!... read more

Teach Your Dog to Shake

Teaching your dog some simple tricks is fun and entertaining for both you and your pooch. The success you’ll have training your dog depends on rewardi... read more

Teach Your Dog to Sit

Teaching your dog to sit is one of the most basic training exercises. Many people don’t teach their dogs this exercise, and that’s a big mistake. When... read more

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unicornsrule626
"angelover4" wrote:in my opinion when ur at a younger age like 7 8  9 or 10.....youd like homeschooling better but wn u start getting older up into ur teen yrs I think public or private school is better cuz it gives u more of a social life. And its just better that way. because I've been homeschooled since 3rd grade and I'm in 8th grade now,  I have a very small social life. I have done stuff like dance and cheerleading but still, I only have one good friend (actually she is AWESOME!)
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unicornsrule626
"rainbowpoptart" wrote:It depends on the person. Homeschooling may be better for this guy, but public school may be better for that one. Overall, neither is "better" than the other. They both have their ups and downs, coming from someone who has [technically] done both.All of the problems, of course, can be fixed. I'll use the two most common complaints I hear as examples.Homeschooling doesn't give you enough social interaction with real life people? Go outside. Ask your local school if you can participate in any extracurriculars.You don't think the curriculum in public school is flexible enough for you, but you don't want to convert to homeschooling? There are plenty of educational books, videos, and websites that are easily accessible online or from the library (seriously, Khan Academy and Crash Course saved my life, bless those men). nice! I have asked my local school but they refused because I'm not vaccinated (we don't believe in vaccines) but NY is one of the strictest  states for homeschool. we are moving and I might be able to go to high school but I could always stick with homeschool. With the social side, i have lots a lot of my social skills so now I'm really shy but i can work and fix that
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MarshmallowHeart
I'm 17, I joined Kidz World when I was 12! in just 3 months I'll be 18
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rainbowpoptart
It depends on the person. Homeschooling may be better for this guy, but public school may be better for that one. Overall, neither is "better" than the other. They both have their ups and downs, coming from someone who has [technically] done both. All of the problems, of course, can be fixed. I'll use the two most common complaints I hear as examples. Homeschooling doesn't give you enough social interaction with real life people? Go outside. Ask your local school if you can participate in any extracurriculars. You don't think the curriculum in public school is flexible enough for you, but you don't want to convert to homeschooling? There are plenty of educational books, videos, and websites that are easily accessible online or from the library (seriously, Khan Academy and Crash Course saved my life, bless those men).
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