Kids these days… one minute you’re walking them into preschool and the next you realize they’re building websites. Let’s face it, today’s children grow up in such a fast-paced technological environment that even if you were born in the 1990’s, you’re already way behind 8 year-olds.
So it might not be surprising – but it’s still great to see – the extent to which kids are taking to Wix. The ease and delight with which kids are using the Wix platform to build and design their own websites. Watching kids build their own website using the Wix.com platform shows us how technology helps youngsters develop their talents and reach out for their dreams.
With the following five great websites, we want to let the kids do their own talking. Let’s give them a warm welcome:
eARTsicle.com by Sarah
Art is for grown ups? Who says? Sarah is a proud kid artist, and she decided to create a website in order to share artworks made by children of various ages. While she’s especially interested in art that focuses on nature, Sarah emphasizes that her website is open to all sorts of themes and genres. She’s also a big fan of Popsicles, which is something we can all relate to.
The “Fashion is Life” Blog by Cassie
This young blogger is devoted to everything fashion-related. Combining her two big dreams – becoming a fashion designer or a computer programmer – Cassie from Massachusetts set out to create a blog that allows her to share her passion with the world. Whether she’s reviewing nail polish colors or exploring a new trend, Cassie’s blog is definitely a bookmark-must for young fashion fans.
As a singer, songwriter and actress, 15-year-old Sierra is blessed with many talents. Good thing she has such a gorgeous website to show off her skills and performance. With several TV performances and an EP on the way, Sierra is already marching on the path towards success. She may be young, but trust us, this girl can sing.
On this optimistic and truly inspiring website, 12 years old Miriam Bethencourt from North Carolina is spreading her message: “I want to prove to the world that money is not as important as happiness,” she writes. On her site, Miriam publishes short stories that she authors, shares her thoughts and ideas and invites visitors to share their opinions on her work.
Michael Jivo, Voice of the Future
He started doing voiceovers at the age of 12. Now, a few years later, Michael Jivo is one of the busiest teenage voice actors around. You can hear Michael’s voice on commercials, video games, cartoons and more. Looking at this kid’s website, it’s obvious that he’s a real pro’ at what he does. He even has his own LinkedIn profile!