Showing posts from August, 2022

Plant Facts For Kids

Plants are the most important part of our ecosystem. Parents and teachers should teach children to love plants and trees as it enhances the beauty of nature and makes our surrounding cool. We are sharing some interesting facts to increase the curiosity toward plants in children. 1. Banana trees don't have wooden stems. 2. Cabbage has 91% water content. 3. Bananas contain a natural chemical that makes people feel happy. 4. Strawberry is the only fruit that has seeds on the outside. 5. The country Brazil is named after a tree called “pau-brasil”. 6. An average-sized tree can provide wood enough to make 170000 pencils. 7. Elephant grass found in Africa is named so because it can grow up to 4.5 meters, which is high enough to hide an elephant in it. 8. Oak trees do not produce acorns until they become 50 years old. 9. Bamboo is an extremely rapid-growing plant. In fact, some bamboo varieties can grow almost a meter (about 3.2 feet) in a single day. 10. The oceans contain about 85% of a

Animal Facts For Kids

There are so many animals we see in zoos, parks, and on television. Children are always curious to know something about all animals they see. Here we are going to share some amazing facts about animals that will help you to teach your child something new and interesting. 1. A crocodile cannot stick its tongue out. 2. An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain. 3. Tigers have striped skin, not just striped fur. 4. A shark is the only known fish that can blink with both eyes. 5. It is physically impossible for pigs to look up into the sky. 6. Bats are the only mammal that can fly. 7. Polar bears are not white. Their fur is actually transparent. 8. An ostrich’s eyes are bigger than its brain. 9. Dragonflies can see in all directions at the same time. 10. Gorillas burp when they’re happy! 11. Male rhinos are called bulls 12. female elephants are called cows 13. Starfish have no brain and no blood. 14. Rats laugh when being tickled 15. A tiger’s roar can be heard as far as three kilomete