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Children's Book Week

Children's Book Week

Do books inspire you? Do you get lost in stories of magic and adventure, vampires and corrupt societies? America's annual Children's Book Week celebra... read more
May 13, 2013 | 6 comments
Book Review: Requiem by Lauren Oliver (Delirium, Book 3)

Book Review: Requiem by Lauren Oliver (Delirium # 3)

In Requiem, book 3 in the bestselling Delirium trilogy by Lauren Oliver, the final showdown between the Invalids and the Cureds ensues. Who will trium... read more
May 11, 2013 | 4 comments
Mother's Day Gift Guide 2013

Mother’s Day Gift Guide: 2013

Mother's Day is upon us this Sunday, May 12th and if you're still wondering what to get your mom, aunt, or grandmother, Kidzworld have rounded up a li... read more
May 06, 2013 | 14 comments
Book Review: The Program by Suzanne Young

Book Review: The Program by Suzanne Young

In The Program by Suzanne Young, a teen suicide epidemic has Sloane and James fearing for their lives. But with The Program watching and threatening t... read more
May 05, 2013 | 5 comments
Animals of India

Animals of India

India is a country that is known for its incredible colors, spices and culture, but did you know it’s also home to hordes of exotic animals? Some of t... read more
Apr 30, 2013 | 55 comments
Gardening 101

Gardening 101

The sun is shining and spring flowers out – with all the greenery coming out you might be inspired! But before you start , check out Gardening 101 to ... read more
Apr 04, 2015 | 25 comments
All About Pretzels

All About Pretzels

Hard or soft, salty or sweet, there’s no denying that pretzels are a never fail snack food. The story of pretzels is just about as loopy as a pretzel ... read more
Apr 23, 2015 | 57 comments
Organic Vs. Green

Organic Vs. Green

Earth Day is almost here and there are lots of ways to help the environment in your everyday life just by watching what you buy! With so many differen... read more
Apr 15, 2014 | 21 comments
Pet Owners Day

Pet Owners Day

Did you know it is Pet Owners Day on April 18? Take some time to celebrate the furry family members in your life!... read more
Apr 14, 2015 | 46 comments
Book Review: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (Lunar Chronicles #2)

Book Review: Scarlet by Marissa Meyer (Lunar Chronicles #2)

In Scarlet, Marissa Meyer's sequel to the bestselling teen novel Cinder, we follow a modern day Little Red Riding Hood as she attempts to rescue her g... read more
Apr 06, 2013 | 4 comments
Poetry 101

Poetry 101

We’ve all learned about poetry in English class, but have you taken the time to write your own? April is National Poetry Month so let’s discover more ... read more
Apr 01, 2015 | 62 comments
Signs of Spring

Signs of Spring

Spring has sprung, it’s everywhere you look, from the weather forecast to the smiles on people’s faces! Find out more about the Signs of Spring!... read more
May 01, 2014 | 24 comments
Top 5 April Fools Day Prank Videos

Top 5 April Fools Day Prank Videos

April Fools Day is a day full of hillarious fun and it's the one day of the year that you're allowed a freebie-prank on your loved ones. Some people h... read more
Mar 24, 2015 | 15 comments
Top 10 April Fools' Day Jokes

Top 10 April Fools' Jokes

April Fools' Day is almost here, meaning you’ll have to get crafty and sneaky if you want to surprise your friends and family with some unforgettable ... read more
Mar 24, 2015 | 53 comments
LEGO Star Wars: Easter Egg Decorating Guide

LEGO Star Wars: Easter Egg Decorating Guide

Easter is just around the corner, so we thought we would help out Star Wars fans by providing you with a guide to how you can decorate your own LEGO S... read more
Mar 26, 2013 | 4 comments

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whatdaheck posted in General:
"-Gwen9--" wrote:I will get a Baja blast anyway. I'll get one too xD
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Pink_Kitty posted in Debating:
Grade schooler from 5 to 10 Tween 11 and 12 Teen 13 and up Adult at 18 Where I live you can't really get in trouble with the police until 13. At 12 you can babysit and your parents can leave you home alone for a while.
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0-1 yrs. Newborn 1-3 yrs. Toddler 3-4/5 yrs. Baby 6 yrs. Almost a small fry. 7-9 yrs. Small fry. (Except if YOLOSWAG / squeaker) 9-11 yrs. Big kid. (Except if YOLOSWAG / squeaker) 12 yrs. Preteen, should know enough. 13-14 yrs. JAWSTIN BIBUR 4EVER if female. Sagging and swearing loads if male. 14-16 yrs. I like girlfriends / boyfriends... And parties. 17 yrs. Of you go, in your new car, away from home. 18 yrs. You are either a big disappointment or the most successful and parents-be-proud-able child in history. Or you are in the army. Then just stay chill. 20 yrs. ARMY TIME! Except if you already went. 22 yrs (about). Start looking for dat job before it's too late! 22-65 yrs. Just keep working and have a nice life. (If you got a job) 65 yrs. RETIRE AT WILL! 100 yrs. A life goal, you should be fading away now. Let the next generation succeed you. If anything sounded offensive, I can edit this, and some lines are a bit of a joke or simple advice. Thanks for taking your time to read this chart over all the ages and about what should be happening then.
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-Gwen9-- posted in General:
I will get a Baja blast anyway.
reply 29 minutes

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