Fun Learning Science Facts for Kids

How many books have you read some fun facts? Does your school charts cater some of these? Do these fun facts or interesting fact excite you? How often you have been showed channels or videos that have some amazing stuff regarding facts. Most of the times, it is hard to believe for the first time. But then it leads to longer conversations. Oh or have you have maintain a record of your favorites fun facts.

We have learn and read a lot that science has advanced with the passage of time. And so there are thousands of interesting science facts. Books and short stories for kids have been written to highlight this thing. So what are you waiting for? In this article we are going to highlight some of the amazing fun facts that are going to make your day exciting.

Firstly, a hippopotamus may seem huge but it can still run faster than a man. This is amazing to know that an animal that is considered so huge is performing well than men. You can’t deny the fact that he is more powerful. Well this is true as animals do have their own stories that make them independently strong.

Hippopotamus chasing man
Hippopotamus chases man at Murchison Falls national park, Uganda


One of the most competitive activities that excite everyone is sneezing with your eyes open, which is impossible. Most of the times we have seen friends having competition of who can achieve this goal.

Our mothers are been screaming all day on us to make our room clean. But they do have to know one thing that most of the dust in your home is actually dead skin! So make sure whenever your mom gives you a call next time, you won’t forget to highlight this problem.

Are you scolded today because you broke a clock? You don’t have to worry if you have analog one. Because, an analog clock is when broken, it shows the correct time twice a day.

Moreover, if you are trying to catch Rabbits and parrot, and then make sure you play smartly as they can see behind themselves without even moving their heads!

You will be more surprised to know that butterflies taste food by standing on top of it! Their taste receptors are in their feet unlike humans who have most on their tongue. So now it is your responsibility to share food with them, if they like.

Lastly, we should be thankful enough to have the proper and balanced shape of legs that enables us to move forward and backward very easily. Whereas, when it comes to kangaroos and emus, they struggle to walk backwards because of the unusual shape of their legs.

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