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Sibling Rivalry in Kids

Having more than one kid can be a blessing for parents when kids have strong bonding between them. Siblings can be the best of friends and set an example of brotherhood or sisterhood. Ironically, this so-called brotherhood or sisterhood is not found in many families. If you have more than one kid or having a single kid and planning for another addition to your family, you must read this blog because here we are providing you some facts about sibling rivalry.  Parent's Worries about children's Rivalry 1. Sibling fights often create chaos in a family. 2.  In most cases, parents get emotionally hurt, and children may get physically hurt. 3. If children's grudges against each other do not get sorted out, in the future, they may have poor relationships as adults. 4. Children may become less sensitive about each other and show a lack of empathy or least care for others. Solving Children's Rivalry 1. Children want your attention. You need to recognize the individual's need

Help Your Child to Succeed in School

There are so many things to take care of your kids. However, regardless of anything else, these basic guidelines can help keep you zeroed in on what's generally significant for achievement at school. Backing from guardians is vital to assisting kids with having an excellent academic record. Here are some fruitful ways that should be considered for kids' success in schools. 1. Having seen the infrastructure of the school premises and playground can assist you with associating your kid when your kid talks about the school day. 2.  You have to be strict about the homework. Your kid must try to do it fast. It generates a sense of responsibility within your kids. 3. Make sure your child has a nutritional fiber, and protein-rich breakfast before going to school. It will help your children to focus more on their studies. 4. Your kids need to be organized.  When your kids take care of their belongings, it saves their time to find out things such as erasers, pens, pencils, etc., needed

Gandhi Facts For Kids

1. Mahatma Gandhi is one of the most famous leaders and advocates for justice in the world. 2. Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi was born in Porbandar, India on October 2, 1869. 3. Mohandas went to England to study law at University College London.  4. Gandhi led the fight for Indian independence from the British Empire. 5. Gandhi also fought for civil rights and liberties for the people. 6. Gandhi is often called Mahatma Gandhi. The Mahatma is a term that means Great Soul. 7. Gandhi was assassinated on January 30, 1948.  He was shot dead while attending a prayer meeting. 8. He organized several non-violent civil disobedience campaigns. One of Gandhi's most successful protest was Salt March.  9. Gandhi was put in prison several times for organizing these protests.  10. He would often observe fast for peace and communal harmony. Stonebridge Academy Preschool in McKinney Texas   Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this tex

Ant Information For Kids

  1. There are more than 12,000 species of ants all over the world. 2. An ant can lift 20 times its body weight. 3. Ants are social insects which live in colonies 4. There are three kinds of ants in a colony: The queen, the female workers, and males. 5. The queen and the males have wings, while the workers don't have wings.  6. The queen is the only ant that can lay eggs.  7. Some of the ant's species can swim.  8. The bullet ant is assumed to have the most painful sting. 9. Ants can be found on most of the continents except Antarctica 10. Ants don't have ears and lungs. Some of them don't have eyes. Stonebridge Academy Preschool, Mckinney Texas Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger ×

Saber Tooth Tiger facts for kids

1. Saber Tooth Tiger was a ferocious animal with two large saber shaped teeth. 2. Studies suggest that saber tooth tiger specially hunted large animals. 3. Bison (American Buffalo), Musk-oxen, Ground sloths, American Camels, Prong Oxen, extinct hairy elephants, etc., were its prey. 4. Fossil studies say that other species of saber tooth cats might have killed and eaten humans. 5. It was found in North and South America. 6. It existed between 55 million years to 10,000 years ago. 7. It was the primary predator in the woodlands and grasslands. 8. Previous studies of fossils suggest that it became extinct, mainly due to climate change. 9. The scientific name for Saber Tooth Tiger is “Smilodon” which means tooth like a double edge knife. 10. Its two long canines could grow up to 8 inches, which helped in stabbing its prey. 11. The fully grown Saber Tooth Tiger size was about that of a modern-day African Lion. Stonebridge Academy Daycare  Mckinney , Texas Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Gin

Red Panda Facts For Kids

  1. Red Pandas are charming and endearing creatures. 2. They are very few in numbers and efforts are required to save them from extinction. 3.  Red panda predominantly lives in trees. 4. Red pandas are bamboo eaters though they can eat fruit, acorns, roots, and eggs. 5. They are shy and solitary mammals comparable to the size of domestic cats. 6. Red pandas aren't pandas, they are not related to the giant panda. 7. The red panda is nocturnal. That means they are active at night. 8.  Red pandas have a red-brown fur. 9.  The normal life expectancy of red pandas in the wild is somewhere in the range of 8 and 10 years. In imprisonment, they live for up to 15 years. 10. Red pandas have an excellent sense of hearing. Stonebridge Academy daycare  is an exceptional childcare and education center Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger × Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger

10 China facts for kids

1. China is officially known as the People's Republic of China. 2. China has the largest population in the world 3. China is one of the largest countries in the world. It has 9,706,961 sq km area. 4. China borders Afghanistan, Bhutan, Burma, India, Kazakhstan, North Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Laos, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan, Russia, Tajikistan, and Vietnam. 5. Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China. 6. Yuan (¥) is the currency of China. 7. China belongs to the continent of Asia. 8. The most populated city in China is Shanghai. 9. The wall of China is one of the seven wonders of the world. 10. China is the second-largest economy in the world, after the United States of America. Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger × Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ging

Barack Obama Facts For Kids

  1 . Barack H. Obama is the 44th President of the United States of America. 2. Barack Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, on August 4, 1961. 3. He was first elected to the presidency in 2008, he won a second term in 2012. 4. His mom, Stanley Ann Dunham, was from Kansas while his dad, Barack Obama, Sr., was born in Kenya, Africa. 5. Barack Obama is a lawyer, law professor, politician, and author. 6. Barack Obama did his first job at the Business International Corporation in 1983. 7. Barack Obama was nearly 48 years old when elected the president of the United State. 8. Barack Obama was the first African-American, and first black, President of the United States. 9. In 2011, a military operation arranged by the Obama administration killed Osama bin Laden. 10. He married Michelle Obama on October 3, 1992. They have two daughters. Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger × Ena

Hydrogen Element Facts

     1. Hydrogen is a colourless gas. Hydrogen has no odour and taste. 2. Hydrogen lies at the top of the periodic table. 3. Stars are mostly made up of hydrogen and helium. 4. Star shines because of the burning of hydrogen into helium. 5. Hydrogen is denoted by symbol H. Its atomic number is one. 6. Hydrogen is the lightest element in the periodic table. 7.  The word hydrogen is derived from two words “hydro” (water) + “genes” (maker). 8.  Hydrogen gas usually exists as a diatomic molecule (H ₂ ). 9.  Hydrogen is essential for life because it creates water with the use of oxygen. 10.  Hydrogen is found in the gaseous state its liquefaction is extremely difficult. Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger ×

10 Big Ben Facts for Kids

  1. Big Ben is the world's biggest four-faced clock.  2. The clock got functional on seventh September 1859. 3. Big Ben is a famous landmark situated in Westminster, London. 4. The clock inside the Elizabeth Tower is officially known as Great Bell.  5. Elizabeth Tower and the Great Bell together referred to as Big Ben. 6. Earlier, the tower was called Clock Tower. 7. In 2012, Big Ben tower got its official name Elizabeth Tower. 8. Augustus Pugin and Charles Barry were two architects who took the responsibility for building Big Ben.  9. The Big Ben chimes at regular interval as given below Four Quarter Bells – Every quarter-hour  The Great Bell – Every hour  10. The Big Ben is 315 feet (96 meters) high. The Great Bell's pendulum is 3.9m long and  300Kg heavy. Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet connection or reload the browser Disable in this text field Edit Edit in Ginger Edit in Ginger × Enable Ginger Cannot connect to Ginger Check your internet conn

10 Russia Facts For Kids

1. Russia is the biggest nation in the whole world.  2. It is on the landmasses of Europe and Asia.  3. It contains nine distinctive time zones.  4. The nation is a neighbor of fourteen countries.   5. Moscow is the biggest city and capital of The Russian Federation as well. 6. After the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, Russia became The Russian Federation.   7. Boris Yeltsin was chosen as the first Russian President in 1991. 8. The Russian economy is one of the biggest in the whole world. 9. The country has the world's greatest  natural gas reserve and supplies of oil, coal, iron aluminum, etc.  10. The currency used in Russia is the ruble. Stonebridge Academy Preschool McKinney in Texas

Eiffel Tower Facts For Kids

1. Eiffel tower is one of the most famous tourist spots in the world.  2. Eiffel tower is located on the Champ de Mars in Paris as a sign of national heritage in France. 3. The iconic tower project was completed in the year 1889  by a man called Gustave Eiffel.  4. The Eiffel Tower is made of iron and weighs around 10000 tonnes. 5. The Eiffel Tower is 1050 feet tall and one of the tallest man-made structures on the planet. 6.  Millions of people visit the Eiffel Tower every year. Tourists or visitors can move up steps to the initial two levels or take a lift. 7. The tower was initially constructed as the passage curve for the World's Fair in 1889. 8. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, the iconic tower was closed for 104 days in 2020. 9. The French name for the Eiffel Tower is La Tour Eiffel, it additionally has another name La Dame De Fer which implies the iron lady. 10. The nickname Iron Lady is originated because the tower is incredibly constructed from 7,30

States of Matter Solids, Liquids and Gases

Everything around us whether it is visible or invisible (gases) are matters in different forms. Matter can conventionally be found in one of the three stages of solid, liquid or gases. The word Matter has several meanings. Scientifically, the matter is anything that occupies space and has mass. The matter is comprised of small particles called atoms and molecules (groups of items). Atoms are the smallest unit of matter. Three different types of matter can easily be understood with the example of water because water is the only common substance that is naturally found as a solid, liquid, or gas. Particles of matter don't change. They have similar quantities of protons and electrons in all the states.  States of Matter 1.  Solid In a solid-state, atoms of matter are stuffed together so firmly that they can't move. This is the reason solids are so hard. 2. Liquid In most liquids, the atoms are less densely packed, allowing them to move around. The particles

California Facts For kids

1. California is the most populous state of the United States. The state stands at number three when it is compared to the geographical area of other states of the USA. The area of California state is 423,970 km. 2. Sacramento is The state capital of California. Los Angeles, San Diego, San Jose, and San Francisco are the other well-known cities of the state. 3. California is located in the Pacific region in the west and with Mexico towards the south. It is bordered by the following four states: 1. Arizona to the southeast  2. Oregon to the north  3. Nevada to the east  4. Baja California (Mexican state) to the south. 4. The five other names of California are: 1. Grape State 2. Golden West 3. The Sunshine State 4. The Eureka State 5. The Bear State  5. California has a great economy. It is one of the richest states in the USA. The gold mines were discovered in the past around 1848.  6. The Golden Gate Bridge is the state's famous landmark. The presence of the

Food Chain And Food Web

Every living being on the earth needs the energy to survive. The sun is the source of energy. The plants are autotrophs they get energy from soil, water, and the sunlight. Similarly, animals also need energy. Animals are not autotrophs that is they rely completely on plants and other animals for the energy. Animals get energy when they eat food.  Food Chain The dependency of plants and animals can better be explained with the help of a food chain.  For example   The grass is the food for cattles, the cattles can be the food of lion. The lion can not eat grass. The cattles can not eat lion. In this way the balance of an ecosystem is maintained. The energy is transferred from one living being to another. Food web One animal can be part of more than one food chain. Suppose there are four animals in a food chain. Out of four three can have their presence in another food chain. The multiple food chains thus form a food web.  For instance, the mouse can be the prey of a cat or

Fun Cat Facts for kids

Cats are the world's most loved and domesticated pets. Kids and pet lovers love the cuteness of the cats. A Cat(feline) is like one of the cutest family members for many. Cats are good companions for those who live alone. Here are a few interesting facts about cats.  1. A feline can bounce around multiple times their tallness. 2. A cat's feeling of smell is multiple times more noteworthy compared to a human.  3. Cats are lazy creatures. The normal cat drowses 16 to 18 hours out of each day. 4. A feline can bounce around 6 to 7 times their tallness.  5. Cats are carnivorous rats and mice are their favorite food. 6. A male feline is known as a "Tom" and a female feline is known as a "Queen." The young baby cats are called Kittens.  7. If a cat falls from the fourth floor, there is a great possibility of survival.      8. Cat Moustaches called vibrissae or whiskers. These are sensory hairs that make cats aware of their surroundings in the da

10 Facts About Hurricane

1. Hurricanes are the intense storms that cause downpour and strong winds to happen all around. 2. Hurricanes are widely known as Tropical Cyclones. In some geographical areas, it is known to be cyclones or typhoons.  3. Hurricanes happen when the hot tropical water of the sea rises up to be replaced by cooler air. The cooler air will then warm and start to rise. The cycle continues to happen. if there is enough warm water.   4.  The hurricane season begins from June till November every year in the Caribbean and the Atlantic Ocean. 5.  The speed of a hurricane varies from 74 miles per hour to 155 miles per hour.  6.  The area of a hurricane where the heavy clouds are found is called Eye Wall. This is a very dangerous area where the heavy clouds are found and the wind's speed is also the highest. 7. The Hurricanes' rainbands cause a downpour. When it teaches the land it is devastating causing flood with strong winds all around. 8.  A powerful hurricane can be u

Few Interesting Facts About Brain

Our brain is something that can recall millions of things. Have you ever thought that how do we remember the lesson which is taught in our classrooms? We remember a lot of people, their names and behaviors. The memories are stored in the brain. When we suddenly meet a person, friends or acquaintance. We recall the memories of that person stored in the brain. 1. The human mind is secured by the skull. The skull is a defensive packaging for the brain The skull is made up of 22 bones that protect the brain from injuries.  2.  The mind is the focal point of the human sensory system. It regulates and controls our chain of thoughts. The brain gives us analytical power for decision making.  3. The cerebrum is the largest  85% part of the brain. It is divided into two parts.  It is believed by the scientists that the right half of the cerebrum helps us in recognized things like names, colors, and objects. While the left one helps in understanding more complex things like mat