Category Archives: Kids

Kidsville Connection – March 2017

According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, economics is a social science concerned chie y with description and analysis of the production, distribution and consumption of goods and services. ere are people who study patterns in how much people earn, how much companies produce and distribute and how much people consume of di erent products. These people […]

Come Out and Play – March 2017

RINGO

Ringo is a fun game that comes from Poland. It is a relatively young game; it is only 50 years old. It was invented by Wlodzimierz Stryzewski. He is also famous for being a fencer and a journalist. Originally, the game was
part of training for fencing, but the creator realized that these […]

Around The World – March 2017

There is a lot going on in March. Daylight Saving Time starts on March 12 — get ready to turn your clocks forward an hour! St. Patrick’s Day is on March 17. Spring o cially starts March 20. There are a few other interesting days in March, too, like Pi Day. Pi is special because […]

WHAT’S IT LIKE TO BE – FEBRUARY 2017

Sarah Perreault | Senior Editor of The Old Farmer’s Almanac

Please tell our readers a little bit about yourself.
I live in New England, I love trivia and interesting pieces of information, and I enjoy working in my garden, kayaking and skiing with my husband and kids. I’m also a big fan of baseball! […]

WILDVILLE – FEBRUARY 2017

Animals and How They Prewarn Us of Extreme Weather

Without things like satellites and radar forecasting natural disasters is difficult at best. Earthquakes and tsunamis seem to come out of nowhere, catching people unaware. It is different for animals, though. There are many stories of animals sensing bad weather and other disasters before humans do. […]

WHERE IN THE WORLD – FEBRUARY 2017

US Extreme Weather Review

Weather is an important part of life for people all around the globe. When people talk about weather they mean the temperature and precipitation that changes daily. Precipitation is the water that falls from the sky, like rain or snow. Weather is determined by changes in temperature, air pressure and moisture […]

WEATHER – FEBRUARY 2017

The Myth, the Legend, the Polar Vortex

The polar vortex is coming! When you hear weather forecasters talk about winter’s blast of cold air you may have heard the term “polar vortex.” e term refers to unusually cold weather. But do you know what the polar vortex actually is?

The term polar vortex refers to […]

TRUMAN’S LETTER – FEBRUARY 2017

Hi, Kids!
I was just outside checking our rain gauge with my mom. I really like the fact that even with high-tech equipment and radar systems to help predict and measure the weather there are also simple and easy ways to record weather. The rain gauge was so much fun that my mom and […]

SPACE PLACE – FEBRUARY 2017

The Sun: More Than An Average Star

There is one object in space that is more important to us on Earth than anything else in the universe. It is a bright star that lies at the very center of our solar system. at star is our sun. It is a huge ball of super hot […]

KIDSVILLE KITCHEN – FEBRUARY 2017

How to Reduce Sugar In Lunch Boxes

At a time when even yogurt has come under scrutiny for its sugar content, it’s hard to know what constitutes a healthful lunch anymore.
Any way you slice it, too much sugar can be harmful for your health. The American Heart Association (AHA) recommends no more than […]