This chapter explores childhood cultures as spaces for children's construction of language and literacy repertoires, unveiling how children accumulate practices as they participate within and across varied cultural spaces and multiple communities. It looks at how children locally produce their own set of practices, "fashioning" their own cultural scene. The chapter discusses the literacy possibilities when unofficial and official worlds meet. In peer culture, children form distinct peer groups where materials and words signify their belonging in friendship groups. The chapter explains how children arrive at the unscripted moments: through flexible spaces and open exchanges. It highlights that individual and collective interests are ultimately the key to participation in literacies, both in and out of school. The chapter shows that the world is ever expanding for children because of social media, digital tools, and other materials within the cultural milieu of childhood.