Twihards rejoice! The full trailer for ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1′ is finally here (and by the looks of it, it may be the most intense of the movies yet. Needless to say, we know where millions of teen girls will be on November 18…) (The Hollywood Reporter)

Reading Rainbow — the educational program for children — is getting a modern spin (with RRKidz, a digital platform to promote reading for today’s tech-savvy kids. LeVar Burton, one of the creators and hosts of the former PBS program, is launching the iPad app, which will include voice-over-enhanced children’s books, games, videos, and more) (Fast Company)

We’ve missed VH1’s ‘Pop-Up Video,’ the program that aired in the 90s and early 2000s (where music videos were played along with informative pop up bubbles. But in a nod to nostalgia, the program is returning next month! The first artist to get the special music video treatment is Britney Spears and we can hardly wait. In other 90s revival news, Nickelodeon’s favorite popsicle stick, Stick Stickly – who formerly hosted “Nick in the Afternoon” – is returning to host an all request block of programming on Friday nights as part of “The 90s Are All That.” Viewers will vote online for the shows they want to see that night and Stick will announce the winners. Check out the commercial here!) (Popdust) (AV Club) (TeenNick)

The Licensing Awards were last night (and we’ve got the list of winners for the kids and youth categories. “Star Wars” merchandise is out of this world, ranking as the top goods in three categories. But that’s not all…Sesame Street, Hello Kitty, and Peppa Pig all took home awards too!) (Kidscreen)

Disney Channel is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month (with special programming aimed at preschoolers, kids, tweens, and teens. Wilmer Valderrama of “Handy Manny” and Maria Canals-Barrera of “Wizards of Waverly Place” will host small segments discussing Hispanic traditions and real kids will share their experiences as well. The network will also air programs featuring Hispanic stars including the original movies “Gotta Kick It Up,” “Cheetah Girls 2,” and “The Wizards of Waverly Place Movie,” as well as the TV show “Handy Manny”) (Crushable)

As Gen Y girls grow up and become mothers (they have certain expectations from brands that differ from moms of previous generations. For starters, Millennial moms are very social and media savvy having grown up with the Internet, so they expect brands to always be responsive online, employ gaming strategies, and provide apps. And if moms are this in tune with technology, you can expect their kids to be as well) (MediaPost)