What Is It Like Being Kid Of The Year?
Gitanjali Rao, last year’s winner, talks about her experience and what it takes to become Kid of the Year!
How To: Make An Origami Reptar
Get crafty with this awesome DIY video on the Rugrats’ favorite green dino! And if you’re getting into origami, get this: An ancient Japanese legend says if you fold one thousand cranes, you will be granted a wish!
Avatar: Appa Origami
Make your very own Appa with this incredible video tutorial! Fun fact: Origami is derived from two Japanese words: Ori (folded) and Kami (paper). Before that, the art was called “orikata” (folded shapes).
What You Can Do To Help Our Planet
April is a time to celebrate the Earth, but kids can help make the world a greener, cleaner place all year-round!
The Science Of SpongeBob
What really goes on under the sea? Nickelodeon linked up with some awesome partners to bring you the answers! We talked with experts at Ocean Conservancy and Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County about the deep-sea science behind SpongeBob and all his Bikini Bottom buddies.
Nick Helps Spotlight: Ocean Conservancy Wildlife Facts
Ocean Conservancy works with you to save the ocean from today’s greatest global challenges, protecting animals big and small from the Seahorse to the Humpback Whale!