Cheat Sheet: Joe Jonas' Birthday, Weekend Without Oil and Back to School

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Joe Jonas will be celebrating his 21st birthday in high style, we're sure. Credit: WireImage

If you have a JoBros fan in your house, you're probably already aware that Joe Jonas' birthday is this week, his 21st to be exact (that's Aug. 15, 1989, if you want to impress your kids)! AOL Kids is celebrating the event with a Joe Jonas quiz so your favorite fan can put their middle JoBros knowledge to the test.

Raise your eco-consciousness and get your family involved by signing DoSomething.org's Weekend Without Oil pledge. By signing the pledge for the Weekend Without Oil, you'll be promising to be conscious of your actions from Aug. 21-22. Just by walking or riding your bike; not buying new sports equipment, makeup or electronics; and using reusable bags and aluminum water bottles, you could offset six gallons of oil in just two days. Isn't that amazing?

It's the middle of August and while for some of us that means heat waves and days spent on the beach, for many of us it mainly signals the end of summer break, or back to school! Whether you consider going back a blessing or a curse, AOL Kids has a back to school special feature that's sure to help. It's packed with ideas for great first day looks, as well as activities and games to keep kids from stressing out over the return.

Related: 10 Backpacks to Load Up on as Kids Head Back to School
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