At Mums NI, we believe that education starts at home. We, as parents, are our children's Primary Educators. Together, we can inspire young minds and make learning fun!
In this Fun Facts Friday, we are going to find out about things that sound too weird to be true, but they are! So get your little ones and snuggle down for this fun fact mission to find out more about them.
Can monkeys make snowballs? Is it possible to be afraid of handwriting? Are daffodils poisonous?
Lets find out . . .
Snow Monkeys, also known as Japanese Macaques, make snowballs for fun
Some people have a fear of writing/handwriting. This fear is known as graphophobia.
A Skunk Cabbage is a plant that grows near swamps and wet woods. It blooms in the springtime and smells like rotten meat. Eurgh!
Daffodils and Tulips are poisonous to squirrels.
Another name for a tomato is wolf peach.
Some sand dunes making fascinating sounds that sound like singing, whistling, barking or even like a swarm of bees.
A watermelon is 92% water!
J.K. Rowling is the author of the Harry Potter books. Her real name is Joanne Rowling and she doesn't actually have a middle name. J.K. Rowling is her pen name.
The Eiffel Tower in Paris can grow up to 6 inches during warm weather as the heat causes the iron to expand. Wow!
Do you like playing air guitar? Well, every August Finland hosts the Air Guitar World Championships! How cool is that?
We hope you enjoyed this week's Fun Facts Friday.