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Top 5 Children Bloggers: Meet The Kids Who Make The Difference


By Dora Jelaković, September 20, 2013

Last time I was writing about children blogging and today I will present Top 5 children bloggers. These are kids who have decided to make a difference in the world of blogging. Read their inspirational stories and if you ever had a doubt about should you let your child write a blog or not, maybe this will encourage you to start thinking differently. Maybe it will even inspire you to finally start writing and share your fantastic ideas and imagination!

Childtasticbooks: Great Books For Great Readers

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Holly Fratter and her mom Sam created a fantastic blog where they give reviews about children books. Instantly I liked this blog where mother and daughter are both writing their different perspectives about books. Reading is their big and mutual love and they decided to share it with all of us. It is always great to see how little ones enjoy reading and developing critical opinion on what they have read!

Hagan’s World Of Awesome: Playing, Reading, Writing and Traveling With Me!

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Hagan, 7-year-old boy from Iowa, isn’t afraid to share anything from his life with you. He loves writing about his travels and adventures! Hagan Miller loves animals, sports and telling stories about his young life. His big and exciting trip to Alaska with his parents was inspiration for many of his blogs where Hagan delightfully wrote about how great it was for him to have had that experience!

NeverSeconds: The Girl With A Mission

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Martha Payne is definitely making a difference, not just in the world of children blogging, but among all the other bloggers. Her blog will inspire you and make ask yourself many questions.

“In recognition of Martha’s fundraising efforts, Mary’s Meals has built a kitchen in Lirangwe Primary School in Blantyre, Malawi, which will feed almost 2,000 children every day for a year.”

Martha is the perfect example how important is to speak and stand up for less fortunate ones. This brave little girl showed the whole world she can not be deceived and she did everything possible to help other children.

The Adventures Of Betsy Lou

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Betsy Lou is one of the youngest children bloggers in United Kingdom. Her parents are bloggers for many years now and Betsy grew up watching them write their blogs until she eventually came with an idea to have her own. That is how it all started. In her writing, Betsy wants to share everything that makes her happy in life and write about the things she is enjoying in school. She is also writing poems about everyday things that surround her.

Maelo Manning: Libdemchild

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Who says children don’t have opinions about politics? Well, this girl certainly does. Maelo is from South London and nothing can’t escape her critical eye and sharp mind. When she was only 10, Maelo asked her mom if she could start a political blog to support Liberal Democrat Party. She has been given 5 speeches at Lib Dem conferences. It has been really refreshing reading posts of 13 years old girl talking about politics and sharing her point of view about it.

BONUS: The Word According to a 7-Year Old

Siddipolis - Child Blogger

You know how the world according to the 7-year old looks like? Thrilling! We are very happy that our reader, Priya, let us know about her son’s first blogging endeavour! His blog is akin to an online journal, complete with drawing of his family and friends. We wish him best of luck with his new blog and many weekend trips and exiting adventures to write about!

All of these children are supervised by their parents who are taking daily care about what they write and publish. As you could have seen, some of the parents are actively included in writing blog with their children, having quality time together on the project that both have benefit from. All in all, children blogging is a wonderful way for those little ones to express how they feel and how they see the world around them. This is definitely one of the best ways for your child to spend free time and for you to be included in it too!


Author:

Dora Jelaković

Our blogger Dora has graduated at the University of Zagreb, where she majored in Business Economy, department of Marketing. She is interested in Promotion, Creative strategies, traveling and writing in general.

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12 responses to “Top 5 Children Bloggers: Meet The Kids Who Make The Difference”

  1. Dear Dora,
    Thank you very much for mentioning me in your very well written blog post.
    Maelo Manning

  2. avatar Nishith says:

    Hey! Thanks for sharing blogs that are exclusively maintained by kids. I’m more interested in blogging so I just want some inspiration.

  3. avatar Priya says:

    Hi! Just came across you post while searching for people who provide a platform to kid bloggers. My 7 year old has just started and is mainly writing about his personal experiences. Do visit his blog and if you have any tips on how we can make it better please do share. http://www.siddipolis.wordpress.com.

    Thanks,
    Priya

    • avatar Sanja Gardasevic says:

      Hi Priya,

      Thank you for sharing your son’s blog with us! It looks great and it’s always a special pleasure seeing children sharing their experiences with the world. As for the recommendations, you can find a lot of resources on our blog, but here are some for the start:
      – It would be great if you could add more pictures to your son’s posts aside to his drawings, which are really great. 🙂 In general, you should try to have at least one picture per post that would also be used on social media when sharing the content. You don’t even have to be showing the faces of your family, but a landscape photo from his trips or a picture of the bubbles you made during the science experiment would be nice.
      – Aside from recent posts, there should be a link leading to all blog posts.
      – Use Categories to assign your blog post a common theme and then put those categories in the header of your blog. So aside from “Home”, people can read more about “Life musings” or “Reviews” or “Travels” or something like that.
      – In time, also think to getting your son a custom domain name for his blog. An online destination where he will start building his online brand on.

      Also, we will make sure to include him on the list above and give him some boost. 🙂

      Hope this helps!
      Sanja

  4. avatar Cheejsbrew says:

    These kids are so awesome! I have a 7-year-old daughter, and it has never ever entered my mind that a kid her age could actually maintain a blog. My daughter loves telling stories too. Now I’m thinking about encouraging her to give blogging –or to even just start her own journal — a try!

  5. avatar Sanja Gardasevic says:

    Hi Cheejsbrew,

    You should definitely encourage her, it’s a great creative outlet and blogging is a skills that is increasingly appreciated! 🙂

  6. avatar Priya says:

    Dear Sanja,

    Thanks for including my son’s blog in the list..I’m so happy :D.

    Your tips on how I can make his blog better are awesome I will try and implement these in future. 🙂 Thanks a bunch!

    He has recently added a couple of more posts…do check them out!

    Regards,
    Priyadarshani

    • avatar Sanja Gardasevic says:

      Of course, we are happy to help!

      p.s. I love reading about his adventures and have to check out Kung Fu Panda 3 after such a stellar recommendation! 🙂

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  8. avatar Cris says:

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  9. avatar adamgomaa says:

    thank you so mush dora 🙂

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