Fire Sweeps Through Tennessee

More than 14,000 people were forced to leave their homes in Tennessee this week as wildfires burned more than 17,000 acres. Almost 1,000 structures have been destroyed and 3,000 customers have no power as of Friday evening. Strong winds helped the wildfire spread quickly to the foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains, in Tennessee. It blazed through the […]

A Gift Guide for Your Disney-Loving Bestie

Lets face it. We all have at least one friend who is completely and totally obsessed with all things Disney. Check out our shopping list below. Whether they’re team princess, or all about the classic Mickey, there’s something that will satisfy the Disney magic lover in your life. Who knows- you may even find something for yourself. Snow White […]

OMG- Did you See the Holiday Decorations at The White House?!

Ok, I think we may need to step up our holiday decorating game this year. Unless, of course, you’re already using 70,000 ornaments around your house. Per tradition, first Lady, Michele Obama presented this year’s White House holiday decorations. Since its the Obama’s last holiday season in the White House, the crew went all out. […]

Advice for Kids on Starting a Successful Web Series

One of the most popular questions I get is “How can I start a successful YouTube channel?” I thought I might give you all a few notes that helped me grow my channel to approximately 37,000 wonderful subbies and 3.7+ million views. 1) Why do you Want to Start a Channel? This seems like such a […]

Meet the Inspiring Teens Being Honored at the Nickelodeon Halo Awards

Tune in tonight to watch Nickelodeon honor 4 young role models that are making a difference in their communities by “Helping and Leading Others” (HALO). Nick Cannon is host, creator and executive producer of the 2016 Nickelodeon HALO Awards. The one-hour musical event will feature special performances by Hailee Seinfeld, Zedd, Jason Derulo, Daya, Alessia Cara, and others. […]

Kids Pick the President 

If we were making the decision, Hillary Clinton would be the 45th president of the United States. This is according to Nickelodeon’s “Kids Pick the President” mini election. And us kids are usually right. “Kids Pick the President” has successfully predicted the outcome of every election except one (in 1988). This year, 905,928 kids voted […]

The Final Five Hit the White House

America’s gymnastic sweethearts, the Final Five, took over the White House this week. Gold medalists Aly Raisman, Laurie Hernandez, Simone Biles and Madison Kocian were in DC to join fellow Olympians and Paralympians for a presidential ceremony to honor their victories in Rio de Janeiro this summer. The 5th member of the Final Five, Gabby Douglas, […]

Is Coding Hard to Learn?

Take it from the pros, anyone can learn to code. With computers, tablets, and smartphones being such a major part of our lives, now is the time. Kids across the world are making apps, programs, games, and more. The only limit is our own imaginations. Check out the video and let me know what you […]

A Kid’s Guide to the Presidential Conventions

  Hi everyone! A lot of chatter has been flying around about this year’s election to replace President Barack Obama. I’m sure you’ve heard your parents and teachers talking about it. Or maybe you’ve seen stories on the news. Every presidential election is a big deal since it decides who will lead our country for […]

The History of Valentine’s Day

Hi Glitter Girls- With Valentine’s Day coming up this Sunday, you’ve likely already started preparing to give flowers, cards, or candy to the people you love. This has long become a tradition to honor Saint Valentine. But just who is this mysterious Saint? Time for a quick history lesson. The idea of Valentine’s Day origin […]