Archive for June, 2012
When Cassandra was 10 years old, she had her sights on changing the world. So she pulled together a group of her friends and started a community service team. Their goal was to aid the community and the environment.
They became very interested in the issues of global warming and how people in their community were struggling to heat their homes during the New England winters.
So after spending time researching Cassandra and her friends decided More >
Although I play tennis year round, summer time is when most kids enjoy the sport of tennis.
There are summer tennis camps, tennis programs at sleep away camps and regular tennis instruction at locations throughout the country.
If anyone is looking for a program near them, they can go to the USTA website and check out programs nearby.
Here is an article about a mom in New Jersey who has created Viva Tennis, an instructional tennis program in Bernardsville for the whole family.
One of her programs called Tennis Kids, has partnered with the United States Tennis Association (who More >
The U.S. Open Golf Championship ended last week and while golf fans will be hearing a lot about the winner Webb Simpson, there is maybe an even bigger story for kids like us!
Remember the name of Andy Zhang. He is only 14 years old but he played in the same tournament last week as Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods. He came to the United States from China in 2008 when his mother brought him to California to play in the US Kids World Championship, which he won! Andy liked it so much here that his family moved to More >
They have created a fund to help game developers launch their games at an online Android GameStore.
Sean Spector, co-founder of GameFly says, “We plan to be a leading player in mobile games by launching our retail GameStore for Android and helping to fund mobile developers of all sizes to publish, promote, and sell their smartphone and tablet games.”
Right now GameFly is dedicated to giving consumers the best user experience possible and More >