- School Stuff
You don't have to be some kind of circus freak to learn to ride a unicycle. Kidzworld asked Unisteve the Unicyclist for some tips on learning to ride on one wheel and he gave us the answers.
How many seconds are there on a shotclock in basketball and what's that white thing Allen Iverson always wears on his right arm? Read on to get the answers from the Kidzworld Coach.
I was 50-50ing across a rail when my board slipped out from behind me. I fell down and snapped my arm. I broke two bones in my arm and messed up my wrist. It really blows cuz now I can't skate for six weeks.
The players on a rival baseball team know my team is a heck of a lot better than them and they know my dad's my hero so they say, "You'll be just like your dad - a coward and a failure."
How come some guys don't call volleyball a real sport at my school? Is there something that is needed to be a "real sport?" Or do guys just say this because they can't play volleyball?
I'm going to basketball camp and I'm nervous because my cousin told me the coach who's going to teach us is mean. I know not to judge a person before meeting them - but I'm still nervous.
Whenever I play in a big basketball game, I totally freeze. I dribble, and someone steals the ball from me within like two seconds because I forget everything I know. Please help me.
"Do you know where I should start if I want to get sponsored? I can already kickflip, heelflip and ollie seven stairs." Get the 411 from the Coach on becoming a sponsored skateboarder.
Me and all of my friends LOVE basketball but they're so much better than me. I'm really, really good at making shots but when we play a regular game, I can't do anything with the stupid ball!
"What has happend to the game of baseball? I never thought I would say this - but it's messed up now." Find out what the coach thinks about juiced-up hitters and overpaid pitchers.
"I play softball, which has mostly the same rules as baseball, and I want to know why do guys think girls can't play baseball?" Read on to find out what the Coach thinks about softball.
Last year at school, during summer, we began playing outdoor sports like soccer and baseball. I was a little confused. Could you point out some of the basic rules of soccer and baseball?
"I really want to be a cheerleader but I don't know if I can. I'm a second grader who is seven. I'm fat and I weigh 78 pounds. Please help me." Read on for the Coach's advice on cheerleading.
"I was skate- boarding down a hill so fast that my board was wobblin'. Then I wiped out. The next moment I was in the emergency room. Ouch!" The coach gives advice on skateboard injuries.
I hate it when people always stereotype guys and girls. Not all of us girls have fluff for brains. I am definitely not a cheerleader type. I prefer REAL sports to the "girly" sports.
My coach doesn't do anything to us! On conditioning day, we sit and talk or we walk the track. The rest of the classes are out there running around and we're just sitting there. HELP!
I really like soccer but I'm too scared to head the ball. I'm afraid it'll hurt my head, so I just move out of the way. Then my coach and the other guys on my team yell at me. Any tips?
There's this guy on my team who plays in the outfield. He never catches the ball and can hardly throw. He strikes out a lot too. I wish he wasn't on my team. What should I do?