20 Blogs Kids should visit to excel as an individual – Part 2

20 Blogs Kids should visit to excel as an individual – Part 2

We will continue to explore more blogs for kids from where we left in the first blog. We believe every blog will continue to inspire and spur your kid to action.

  1. funbrain.com

Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Blogging

 

 

  1. https://imaginationsoup.net
    Age Group: 7 – 16
    Genre: Reading, Writing & Day

 

 

13. speedofcreativity.org

Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Education

 

 

  1. kidblog.org
    Age Group: 7 – 16

Genre: Online Publishing

 

 

15.multiculturalkidblogs.com

 Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Community

 

 

  1. bizkids.com

 

Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Business

 

 

  1. lemonlimeadventures.com

Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Self-development

 

 

  1. thechildrensblog.com

 

Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Miscellaneous

 

 

 

 

  1. trulymadlykids.co.uk

Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Miscellaneous

 

 

  1. pirouetteblog.com

Age Group: 7 – 16
Genre: Fashion

 

 

There are lot many kids’ blog that you can add to this list to make it more comprehensive and complete. But the point that we wanna make here is that kids should follow blogs where their passion and interest lie.  With some decent writing and expression skills, kids can easily become expert bloggers as well. Happy blog reading!

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