Birds that Swim

Penguins live in the Southern Hemisphere. They are very funny animals. They are birds that cannot fly, but love to swim. Penguins are flightless sea birds. Over time, their wings have evolved to be like flippers to help them swim. Penguins have short legs that are set low down on Read more…

Your Teeth Are Unique

Your teeth do more than give you a sparkling smile. They chew food so you can eat it. The first teeth we get as babies are called milk teeth. Babies start developing teeth before they’re even born, but the teeth aren’t visible until the baby is 6-12 months old. Young children Read more…

Life Cycle of Plant

Plants are living things, they grow and reproduce.  Plant starts life as a seed. Seed contains the embryo of the plants with necessary food and an outer coating for protection. When a seed settles in suitable ground, it breaks open and the embryo starts to grow. This part of the Read more…

Jurassic Time

Dinosaurs lived between 250 and 65 million years ago, from the early Triassic period to the end of the Cretaceous period. They were land-living reptiles, and (most) could not fly. Dinosaurs’ legs were straight, and projected downwards from the body. This set dinosaurs apart from early reptiles and crocodiles, whose legs projected outwards and Read more…

Sailboat On The Sea

A sailing boat is a big boat with sails which catch the wind. The wind pushes the boat along. All the sailboats have these basic components. The hull is the shell of the boat, keeps the water out. Stern is the back of the boat, which stops water coming in. A rudder is a primary control Read more…

The Sun

The Sun is a star sits at the center of Solar System. It is the largest in Solar system. It makes up around 99.86% of the Solar System’s mass. Around 74% of the Sun’s mass is made up of hydrogen and 24% is helium. Other elements in the Sun are Read more…

Are they a fish?

With flat, wide bodies, stingrays may not look like fish, but they are! They belong to a group of fish called elasmobranchs. This means that instead of bones, they’re supported by skeletons of cartilage. There are around 200 different stingray species in total such as eagle rays, round rays, butterfly rays, Read more…

The Moon

Moon has a diameter of 3,475 km (2,000 miles). It is formed about 4.6 billion years ago. It is also known as Luna. The moon is a natural satellite to the Earth, and all it means is that the moon orbits around the Earth naturally. It takes about 27 days Read more…

Is the tongue a muscle?

Our tongues have multiple uses for us. Our tongues help us taste, chew, swallow, and talk. The tongue is made up of several groups of muscles. These muscles perform the different jobs of the tongue. The tongue is very flexible and it has eight muscles.The four intrinsic muscles in the tongue are responsible Read more…

Mystery Of Bats

Bats are the only flying mammals in the world. Bats can live more than 30 years and can fly at speeds of up to 60 mph.  Most bats eat insects. They can eat up to 1,200 mosquitoes an hour and often consume their body weight in insects every night, helping keep bug Read more…