What kind of things are 10-12 year olds interested in at the moment?
I'm looking at the idea of writing some pieces aimed at children of this age group, but I don't have children of my own, and am not particularly clued up on what certain ages of children are into, or how advanced they are in their understanding of vocabulary, etc...
Any advice would be very much appreciated.
If they are girls the answer is simple, Justin Bieber. I have a twelve year old and ten year old twin girls and he is pretty much the centre of their universe. Oh and the older one is pretty crazy about Hunger Games as well.
I have an 11 year old daughter who loves street dance and singing. Her favorite music at the moment is Nicki Minaj. She drives us all mad with her rapping.
She loves to read also and her favorite authors are Jacqueline Wilson and Michael Murpurgo. She buys a lot of ebooks for the kindle and carries it around with her everywhere. Her vocabulary is very good and I think this is down to the amount of books that she reads. In my experience, they like to read about similar aged people and their adventures.
She likes comedy and often watches sitcoms such as Mr Bean, Two and a Half Men and Friends.
Good luck with your article and I hope that this helps.
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