Fun & Easy Science for Kids

Eggplant

  Eggplant, with its shiny purple...

Eggplant

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Cucumber

Ever wondered where the term, “cool as a...

Cucumber

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Corn

  Do you love corn on the cob? Fact: most of...

Corn

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Celery

Celery has been cultivated for thousands of years...

Celery

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Cauliflower

Cauliflower is well-named because...

Cauliflower

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Carrot

Bugs Bunny knew what he was talking about! Carrots...

Carrot

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Brussels Sprouts

Most kids either love Brussels...

Brussels Sprouts

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Banana

Bananas are one of the most popular fruits....

Banana

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Avocado

Avocados might look like a vegetable with their...

Avocado

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Apple

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is an...

Apple

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Supernovas

A supernova can be defined as a stellar explosion. It occurs when a star reached the end of its life and explodes. It radiates a huge amount of energy and light. For a short period of time, this light can outshine the entire galaxy...

Supernovas

Posted in The Solar System

Ely Cathedral

Ely Cathedral is the only building in the United Kingdom to be listed as one of the ‘Seven Wonders of the Middle Ages’. Initially, it was a monastery founded by Saint Etheldreda and later became a cathedral in the...

Ely Cathedral

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Oort Cloud Facts

The Oort cloud is a spherical cloud of icy objects. It is also known as the Opik-Oort Cloud. It surrounds the sun at approximately 50,000 AU. This extended shell exists in the outermost reaches of the solar system. It is...

Oort Cloud Facts

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Cluny Abbey Facts

Cluny Abbey is a monastery built in 910 AD by William I, Count of Auvergne. As the name suggests, it is located in the town of Cluny in France. It was actually found by Benedictine Monks to observe a close adherence to Benedictine...

Cluny Abbey Facts

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Boxing Day

Boxing Day is celebrated every year on the day after Christmas. This day is mainly observed in countries that were formed by the British Commonwealth. This day was originated because in earlier times, the servants of wealthy families had to work on Christmas Day. Next day, they were presented...

Boxing Day

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Andromeda Galaxy

The Andromeda Galaxy is the closest largest galaxy to the Milky Way. This galaxy is named after the constellation of Andromeda. It is also known as Messier 31 or M31. This spiral galaxy is located at a distance of 2.5 million...

Andromeda Galaxy

Posted in The Solar System

Hydra Constellation

Hydra Constellation is the largest and the longest in the night sky. It occupies an area of 1303 square degrees in the night sky. It lies in the second quadrant of the Southern Hemisphere. The term Hydra means ‘the water snake’....

Hydra Constellation

Posted in The Solar System

Star Constellations

A star constellation can be defined as a group of visible stars that form a pattern when viewed from Earth. This pattern can be in any shape. These patterns...

Star Constellations

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Blizzard Beach

Blizzard Beach is a themed water recreation attraction located at Walt Disney World Resort in Orlando, Florida which is spread across 66 acres. This water park opened its doors on April 1, 1995. It is actually inspired by the mythology of a snow ski resort that turned into a water park due to an...

Blizzard Beach

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Chewing Gum

We all absolutely love chewing gum. It is a sweet confection composed mainly of latex, a milky white fluid produced by a variety of seeds. Latex is also the main component used in rubber production. Today, chewing gums come in a variety of flavors. An average person chews approximately 270 gums...

Chewing Gum

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Popcorn

Popcorn is a type of maize that is eaten. It is one of the most favorite snack foods in the United States. It is also the official snack of Illinois. It is a low-calorie snack and contains only 31 calories in...

Popcorn

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Thanksgiving in America

Thanksgiving is an annual feast when we gather together with family and friends to enjoy a day full of food and fun. This day is celebrated to commemorate the coming together of the pilgrims and the Native Americans. The first ever thanksgiving took place in 1621 and the celebration lasted for 3...

Thanksgiving in America

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The British Royal Family

The British Royal family is undoubtedly one of the most famous royal clan in the world. The Royal family officially comprises of the ruling monarch and all of their close relations.  There are a lot of fascinating facts about the royal family. Some of them are listed below: -

The British Royal Family

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Confederate Statues for Kids

Many government officials want to remove the Confederate statues and monuments because they believe that these statues celebrate White supremacy. There are almost hundreds of such monuments and statues throughout the US. On the other hand, President

Confederate Statues for Kids

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Ayers Rock Facts

Ayers Rock is also known as Uluru. It is a large sandstone rock formation located 450km away from Alice Springs in central Australia. Uluru is the largest monolith in the entire world. It is 348 meters high...

Ayers Rock Facts

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