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How to Celebrate Parents Day

How to Celebrate Parents Day

We’ve all heard of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, but did you know there’s a day to celebrate both? Parents Day falls on the fourth Sunday of every Ju... read more
Jul 24, 2014 | 40 comments
Science Project: Slime

Science Project: Slime

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 in... read more
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: World's Largest Camping Read-Along

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: World's Largest Camping Read-Along

The world's largest camping read along is this Friday(July 27th), with some of the kids in DIARY OF A WIMPY KID: DOG DAYS reading along with Jeff Kinn... read more
Rose Cooper Q

Rose Cooper Q&A: Secrets From The Sleeping Bag

Kidzworld interviewed with Rose Cooper the author of Secrets from the Sleeping Bag: A Blogtastic! Novel. Find out what Rose what her favorite book of ... read more
Amelia Earhart Bio

Amelia Earhart Bio

This summer marks the anniversary of legendary pilot Amelia Mary Earhart’s disappearance - July 24th is officially Amelia Earhart Day. Find out more a... read more
Jul 20, 2015 | 22 comments
You Can Wear Your Daisy Chain as an Anklet

Make Your Own Daisy Chain Necklace

Summer is the time for picnics and long lazy afternoons hanging outside with friends. And while you’re lazing around in the park around the picnic bas... read more
All About Ice Cream

All About Ice Cream

It’s probably no surprise to you that July is National Ice Cream Month, in the summer an ice cream is the perfect cool treat to help you beat the heat... read more
Jul 19, 2015 | 508 comments
Make Your Own Sidewalk Chalk!

How to Make Your Own Sidewalk Chalk

Have you ever wanted to draw on a really big canvas? A canvas the size of your neighborhood? Well, you can. Sidewalk chalk is the perfect thing to use... read more
The Stooges’ Summer Fun Travel Packing Guide

The Stooges’ Summer Fun Travel Packing Guide

Got a family road trip coming up? Don’t get caught without these essentials! Check out some of our must-have fun items for traveling families this s... read more
Book Review: A Hero for WondLa by Tony DiTerlizzi

Book Review: A Hero for WondLa by Tony DiTerlizzi

Eva Nine visits her own kind in the majestic city of New Attica in A Hero For WondLa, the sequel to Tony DiTerlizzi’s bestselling sci-fi book for kids... read more
Jul 09, 2011 | 1 comment
Top 10 Summer Beach Reads

Top 10 Summer Beach Reads

There’s nothing like hitting the sandy beach with a cute bikini, a bottle of sunscreen and an awesome book to read. Kidzworld lists the Top 10 books y... read more
Make Your Own Tie-Dye Towel

Tie-Dye Beach Towel

Beach weather is here and to enjoy the waves and sun you're going to want to bring a beach towel to the shore with you. This tie-dye craft is a great ... read more
May 28, 2015 | 46 comments
Book Review: Planet Tad by Tim Carvell

Book Review: Planet Tad by Tim Carvell

Join Tad as he journeys from the 7th grade to the 8th grade in Tim Carvell’s quirky novel about a year in the life of an average middle schooler. Kidz... read more
Do-It-Yourself Party Decorations

Do-It-Yourself Party Decorations

Summer is the time for parties! Well, any season is the time for parties really, but summer brings the party outside and all that sunshine is somethin... read more
Jul 04, 2015 | 41 comments
Quicksand!

Science Project: Making Quicksand

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 d... read more

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suprisedioxide
I'm not saying humans should be tested on. There are alternatives where humans and animals are both not tested on such as "Organs on chips" which basically mimics the structure and function of human cells and tissues and they have been proved to replicate human medical responses more accurately than animal experiments do. There's also another alternative which is cell and tissue models that are used to access the safety of medicines as they replicate key traits of normal human skin. Besides not all animals react the same way as humans depending on different medicine types. There's various alternatives being used now that don't harm animals in anyway. I believe humans and animals are equal in fact we all come from the same kingdom so why should they be treated any different?
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GoobGoesQuack
Woah, okay so, years ago when I was 12,13 maybe, I started this story and remembering it and finding it on here (with a different account,of course) is amazing, so if anyone wants too, I can maybe restart it? Or I can rewrite it, either way just say if you want me too!!!
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Lynx_The_Lynx
Lynx_The_Lynx posted in Debating:
Uniforms - other kids can't see your taste in fashion and you don't stand out by what you wear, AND they can't judge you if you're different. With uniforms, people are being judged on their personalities, not the brands that they wear.
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MovingBrick
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