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FUN ANIMAL FACTS FOR KIDS: CHILDREN LOVE LEARNING ABOUT ANIMALS Amanda Walker

FUN ANIMAL FACTS FOR KIDS: CHILDREN LOVE LEARNING ABOUT ANIMALS

Amanda Walker

Published May 9th 2015
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Kindle Edition
83 pages
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FUN ANIMAL FACTS FOR KIDS – Children love reading about animals an all the better if there are crazy, strange, odd, weird and funny facts. Reading bout all sorts of animals is terrific fun and they will learn new things along the way.Blue whales areMoreFUN ANIMAL FACTS FOR KIDS – Children love reading about animals an all the better if there are crazy, strange, odd, weird and funny facts. Reading bout all sorts of animals is terrific fun and they will learn new things along the way.Blue whales are absolutely huge and reach mind-boggling dimensions by eating tiny shrimplike animals called krill. Sometimes the adult blue whale will eat about 8,000 pounds of krill a day in one day. (That would be about 16,000 hamburgers per day – if a blue whale ate hamburgers.)Our brains, especially kids brains, are like muscles and the more they are exercised, the more they grow. But also like a muscle we do not want their noggins to become fatigued. Keep it light and keep it interesting.Feeling a Little Sleepy? All mammals plus crocodiles, alligators, turtles, birds, fish, and snakes yawn.I wrote this book for youngsters because I have a strong opinion that small facts are what may bind other information together. We never really know the trigger to what someone finds interesting, and this is more so with children.Present small bits of information like a trail of crumbs and it’s possible a young inquisitive mind will follow to develop an interest for more and more knowledge.Use your tongue and feel your upper front teeth. You have two front teeth and then smaller ones and bigger ones on the side near the front. Those are called the canine teeth. Dogs have them and lions, tigers and bears too, but theirs are much larger. The walrus has canine teeth too. We call them ‘tusks” and they can reach three feet long.Here’s one of the questions from FUN ANIMAL FACTS FOR KIDS:QUESTION: How many white tigers are there in the world?Answer: About 200.Children like to learn, and they learn at their own individual pace. They may read a book like this and learn some things then read it a month later and get more. Then go back later and read it again in part or in whole.A mountain of knowledge is a built one small pebble at a time.FUN ANIMAL FACTS FOR KIDS has a combination of hundreds of small interesting facts and questions to entertain your child.I hope your child learns many tidbits of knowledge and shares some with you.