Answers to Questions Kids Ask! - Where "Why?" Turns to "Wow!"
Kids Discover Learning is Fun!
FAQKids is a free online project for parents to find answers to questions that kids ask. Learning can become a game as parents and kids quiz each other about science, the human body, outer space and much more! Whether it's for a science project, help with homework or used as a learning tool, at FAQKids discovery is as simple as ABC!
How do birds fly? Can fish breath air? All about the animals.
Primary colors, shapes, and the Mona Lisa. FAQs for the art lover in you.
Why does cutting onions make you cry? Why do apples turn brown? Food FAQs
Why is the liberty bell cracked? Did Paul Revere ride through the night? History FAQs
What is Pi? What is a prime number? What is infinity? All about numbers.
Does Bigfoot Exist? What is the Loch Ness Monster? Can this be true?
What are black holes? How many stars are in the sky? Spacey FAQs
Who created the alphabet? How old is the Grand Canyon? Cultural Facts.
How old is the Grand Canyon? What is the Bermuda Triangle? Areas in our world
Why does ice melt? What is water made of? Science questions answered!
How fast can humans run? What is the first sport played? Sporting Facts and Questions
How many megs in a gig? What does DVD stand for? Can TV's explode? Techie stuff.
Why is the sky blue and the grass green? FAQs all about planet Earth.
Why do you blink? What are toenails made of? Check out your body.
Why do we have leap year? When is Friday the 13th? Time, Calendar and Holiday FAQs.
Nothing really explodes. Together, baking soda and vinegar just produce a lot of gas. The two things together give off carbon dioxide, the gas. This makes the bubbles. The stuff…In: Science
That mild achin’ in your head you speak of is known, in not-so-scientific terms, as an “ice cream headache” or “brain freeze.” And while some like it cold–especially those of…In: The Human Body
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