Did You Know that Spider Webs Can Stop a Jumbo Jet in Full Flight? Here’s How

Did you know that all spiders produce silk, but not all spiders make webs? It is this that divides spiders into two groups: weavers and hunters. Generally, web builders are poor sighted and wait for their prey to come to them. The hunting spiders rely on speed and relatively good eyesight to capture […]

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How To Deal With a Guilty Conscience After Doing Something Wrong

We all regret having done something to hurt someone, which may leave you wondering to yourself  “Oh why did I say that?” “What must they be thinking” “I hope I didn’t upset them”.

It may also be guilt about what you ate, drank, said, or thought. You may feel that you […]

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The Puzzle That Most Adults Cannot Solve, But Which Most Children Can!

A simple logic puzzle which can bamboozle a lot of adults has 80% of children solving  it near-instantly.

The puzzle is this – which way is the bus going?

The identical windows at each end of the bus seem to offer no clue as to which direction it’s travelling – but […]

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AFRO EMOJIS: African Expressions Like “”NO VEX, CHAI, E MAKE SENSE”” in Emojis

CNN’s Esra Gurkan reports how a new sticker app featuring African characters and pan-African phrases has launched worldwide.

The app, called Afro Emoji, features phrases that are used everyday in Africa. These include Abeg no vex (Please don’t be annoyed), E make brain (It makes sense) and […]

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This is the Science Behind How Microwave Ovens Work

Microwave ovens cook food incredibly fast, warming up even refrigerated food in minutes or less. But how does this great invention work? Read on as experts on teenkidsnews.com provide the answers.

Microwaves – A Form of Energy

Microwaves are electromagnetic waves that fly through space at the speed of light. We can’t see […]

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Brain Teaser: A Light Riddle For Friday

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Kung Fu Panda 3 picks up from the end of the prequel – Kung Fu Panda 2 – where Po’s biological father, received a message alerting him of his son’s existence.

Po’s New Responsibility

His father, Li, then journeys from his village tucked away in the mountains to reunite with his long […]

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Interesting Things You Didn’t Know About TIWA SAVAGE

Tiwa Savage is a popular Nigerian Singer and song writer.

Here are a few things you didn’t know about her:

Tiwatope Savage popularly known as Tiwa savage was born on February 5, 1980 at Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria. She hails from Isale Eko, Lagos.

Tiwa Savage graduated from the University of Kent, bagging a […]

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Grammar Clinic: Summary of the 3 Types of Letters {Formal, Informal and Semi-Formal Letter}

Letter Writing

Types of Letters – Formal, Semi-formal and Informal

Letter Writing

You can find four basic elements in both formal and informal letters: a salutation, an introduction, body text and a conclusion with signature.


The salutation is also known as the greeting. Formal letters often begin […]

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Grammar Clinic: Idiomatic Expressions


Idiomatic expressions or Idioms can be explained as a group of words in a fixed order, having a particular meaning different from the meaning of each word understood in its own. An Idiom is a phrase or a fixed expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal

meaning. This means […]

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