Tuesday, January 25

Facts about the fishing pole

Fishing Pole Facts


What is today? Yep, it is trivia time!! Trivia is fun and a great way to learn!! What is your favorite trivia game to play? 

Today, I want to tell you a little about the history of the fishing rod. The fishing rod is used to catch fish!! Did you know that the fishing rod/pole has been around since ancient Egyptian times? Fishing rods/poles can date back to around 2000 B.C.

 

Can you answer this trivia question?


Which one of these fishing tackle pieces holds the hook at a desired depth in the water?

A.) Hook  B.) Bobber  C.) Sinkers  D.) Jig



Continue reading to find out more about the fishing poles.


 

Facts about the fishing rod/pole:

1. The first fishing poles were made from bamboo and hazel shoots with a string attached. There are many different types of fishing rods/poles. Here is a list of some of those in ABC order:

  • Casting rods
  • Fly rods
  • Ice fishing rods
  • Sea fishing rods
  • Spinning rods
  • Surf rods
  • Telescopic rods
  • Trolling rods

2. Sometime during the 1600s, fishing tackle was improved. Fishing tackle is all the equipment used for fishing, such as rods/poles, bait, hooks, lines, and various other tackle items.

3. During the late 1800s, bamboo made fishing rods thinner and sturdier.

4. There are many different types of bait for fishing rods. Some people fish with live bait, such as worms, minnows, crickets, shrimp, and sea worms.

5. In 2020, about 55 million people went fishing at least once yearly! That is a lot of people.

6. The most extended fishing rod in the world measures a little over 73 feet long.

7. June 18th is National Go Fishing Day!! 


 

Can you share a fact about fishing with us?


 

Books about fishing:

1. Freshwater Fishing for Kids by Melanie Howard

2. Fishing: A Guide to Fresh and Salt-Water Fishing by George Fichter

3. André Goes Fishing: by Mikaela Wilson

4. The Everything Fishing Book by Ronnie Garrison

Parents/caretakers should ensure books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 

 

Get your free fishing printable coloring sheet here: 

Fishing coloring sheet

 



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Monday, January 24

Shark Facts

Shark Facts


Today, I want to tell you all about sharks!! There are many different types of sharks. Did you know there are over 400 species of sharks swimming in the oceans all over the world? Yep, that is a lot of different types of sharks! Sharks are classified as fish. Most shark species are cold-blooded. Sharks do not have bones! Their skeletal system is made up of cartilage. Sharks are very strong and big fish!!



What is your favorite type of fish?



 

Facts about sharks:

1. A group of sharks is called a shiver of sharks, school, frenzy, or gam. A baby shark is called a pup! Some sharks are pregnant for two years! Depending on the species of sharks, baby sharks(pups) can be born in one of three different ways:

(1) Oviparity- means the female shark lays/deposits the eggs safely in the ocean, where they will be safe from predators.

(2) Ovoviviparity- means that most sharks carry their eggs inside them until the shark pup is born.

(3) Viviparity- means female sharks carry embryos inside them until the shark pups are ready to be born.  

2. Sharks vary in size and weight! The biggest shark in the world is called the Whale shark! The Whale shark can get as long as 60 feet and weigh as much as 40,000 pounds!! That is very big!! The smallest shark in the world is called the Dwarf lantern shark. The Dwarf Lanternshark usually grows to about 6.9 inches in length and can weigh up to two pounds.

3.  Most sharks are carnivores! Carnivores mean that they eat meat! A shark’s diet includes other fish, shrimp, marine mammals, and other sea creatures!

4. The Great White shark is warm, not cold-blooded like most sharks are.

5. Sharks have a great sense of smell! They can smell hundreds of times better than humans with their noses!

6. July 14th of every year is National Shark Awareness Day!!

7. Sharks can grow up to 50,000 teeth in their lifetime! Most sharks have about 5 rows of teeth! Depending on the species of sharks, they can have 50 to 3000 teeth at a time! Sharks lose some teeth every day, but they can regrow their teeth! Isn’t that amazing?

8. Depending on the species, sharks can live from 20 to 70 years.



Share a fact about sharks with us?



Get your free printable shark coloring sheet here: 

Shark coloring sheet


 


Books about sharks:

1. National Geographic Readers: Sharks! by Anne Schreiber

2. Sharks for Kids: by David McGuire

3. Shark Coloring Book: Shark Activity Book for Kids by Angela Kidd

4. Super Shark Encyclopedia: by DK

Parents/caretakers, please be sure books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 



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Thursday, January 20

Facts about Umbrellas

Umbrella Facts


We are on the letter Uu of the gratitude alphabet. 

U is for Umbrella!  


What are you thankful for that begins with the letter U?


I'm thankful for umbrellas! I use an umbrella to keep me dry in the rain. Some children like to jump and play in the mud puddles while holding an umbrella. 

Did you know that the basic umbrella, also known as the parasol, was invented by the ancient Egyptians around 1000 B.C.? The parasol/umbrella had colored feathers attached to a long pole. The Egyptians would use umbrellas/parasols to keep the sun off of them. Sometime in the 11th century, the Chinese invented the first waterproof umbrella. Sometime in the 16th or 17th century, the rain umbrella reached some European countries. In the early 1750s, an Englishman named Jonas Hanway made the umbrella that we know today popular. He was the first male to carry an umbrella in London!

 



Facts about the umbrella and parasol:

1. Other names for an umbrella include a brolly, parapluie, canopy, rainshade, and a gamp. Parasols are sometimes called sunshades. When an umbrella is used for the snow, it is called a paraneige.

2. There are two main categories of umbrellas: straight and folding. There are many different types and styles of umbrellas. Here is a list of some of those types:

An automatic umbrella- you can open and close it with one hand.

Bubble umbrella- The umbrella is more rounded.

Classic umbrella- the most common type of umbrella!

Patio umbrella- used to give you shade from the sun

3. There are over 30 million umbrellas made each year! That is a lot of umbrellas!

4. A sombrero is a hat that gives you shade from the hot sun. Sombra means shade.

5. There are over 1800 umbrella factories in China.

6. In 1851, Samuel Fox and his Fox Umbrella Frames company made the paragon umbrella frame. The frame he made was sold on umbrellas worldwide.

 


Share a fact about umbrellas with us? 




Get your printable umbrella worksheet here: 

U is for Umbrella



 

Books about umbrellas and parasols:

1. Ella's Umbrellas by Jennifer Lloyd

2. Jonas Hanway's Umbrella Josh Crute

3. The Umbrella Unfurled: Its Remarkable Life and Times by Nigel Rodgers

4. U is for umbrella Preschool Coloring Book by suuper coolor

Parents/caretakers, please ensure books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 

 

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Wednesday, January 19

Facts about Glass frogs

Glass Frog Facts


Have you ever heard about the glass frog? I will tell you about the glass frog!! Glass frogs are amazing amphibians with see-through bellies. The primary color of a glass frog is lime to olive green!! Did you know that the glass frog has translucent skin? That means that on some members of the glass frog family, you can see their bones, muscles, and internal organs through the skin on the belly/abdomen area of the glass frog. That is a weird but cool fact!!

 


What is your favorite type of frog?


 

Facts about the glass frog:

1. There are more than 120 species of glass frogs! They live in hot climates in Mexico, Central America, and South America. The Central American Montane Forests are an excellent place to spot them. Glass frogs live on land, water, or trees.

2. Glass frogs are carnivores, which means they eat meat. They eat flies, spiders, and other small insects.

3. The glass frog can jump really high!! They can jump over ten feet (10) in one jump!! How high can you jump?

4. Glass frogs are nocturnal and hunt for food at night. During the day, they usually sleep under leaves or other thick vegetation.

5. Glass frogs usually live in small groups! A group of glass frogs is called an army or a colony of glass frogs! Baby glass frogs are called tadpoles. The female glass frog lays its eggs on the underside of wet leaves hanging over the water or very close to the water. The male frog guards the eggs and keeps them moist until the eggs hatch and the tadpoles drop into the water, where they develop into glass frogs. Glass frogs are great swimmers!!

6. Glass frogs can live about 10 to 14 years, depending on the species of glass frogs!

7. Glass frogs are tiny and usually grow to around 1 to 3 inches long.

 


Can you share a fact about glass frogs with our viewers?

 


Get a free printable glass frog coloring sheet here: 

Glass frog coloring sheet

 



Books about glass frogs and other frogs:

1. THE GLASS FROG Do Your Kids Know This? by Tanya Turner

2. National Geographic Readers: Frogs! by Elizabeth Carney

3. Glass Frog: Amazing Facts about Glass Frog by Devin Haines

4. Goodnight Frog by Amber Lily

Parents/caretakers, please make sure books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 


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Tuesday, January 18

Facts about eagles

Eagle Facts


Trivia is a great way to learn new things! Joey wants me to tell you about the Eagles. Eagles are majestic and beautiful birds. Did you know that there are about 60 species of eagles? 


Eagles live on every continent in the world except one! What continent is that?

A.) Asia  B.) Europe  C.) Africa  D.) Antarctica



Continue reading to find out more about eagles.

 


Facts about eagles:

1. In 1782, the bald eagle was chosen as the national bird/symbol of the United States of America and placed on The Great Seal. The Great Seal authenticates government documents. Bald eagles come from North America!

2. The largest eagle in the world is the Philippine eagle. The wingspan of the Philippine eagle can be as big as eight feet (8). The Philippine eagles can weigh as much as seventeen and a half pounds (17.5) or a little over. They are about 3 feet tall!

3. The smallest of the eagles is the South Nicobar serpent eagle. Their wingspan can be up to three feet. They can weigh up to 4 pounds. The South Nicobar serpent eagle can be up to 16 inches tall.

4. A group of eagles is called a convocation, jubilee, soar, aerie, and/or tower of eagles. Baby eagles are called eaglets, nestlings, fledglings, and/or juveniles.

5. Most eagles are diurnal, which means they are active during the day and hunt for food in the daylight. Eagles have excellent long-distance vision! They can see things from about 20 feet away! An eagle’s eyesight is 4 to 8 times better than a human’s.

6. Eagles are carnivores, which means they eat only meat. Depending on the type of eagle and where it is from, eagles usually eat small mammals and fish.

7. Eagles do not sleep in a nest unless they have eggs in the nest! Eagles perch/roost in trees or other places high up and away from predators.

8. Depending on the type of eagle, some eagles have a lifespan of up to 30 years. The longest-known wild golden eagle lived 31 years, while a golden eagle in captivity was 46 years old.

 

Get your free printable eagle coloring sheet here: 

eagle coloring sheet

 


Can you share a fact about eagles with us?


 

Books about eagles:

1. Facts About the Eagle by Lisa Strattin

2. Bateleur Eagle: Fun Learning Facts About Bateleur Eagle by Trina Devlin

3. Harpy Eagle by Susan Gray

4. Golden Eagles (Birds of Prey) by Melissa Hill

Parents/caretakers, please be sure books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 

 

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Monday, January 17

Monopoly Game Facts

Monopoly Facts


Who doesn’t love a good Monopoly game?? I want to tell you about Monopoly and how it came to be! My family and I love playing Monopoly, especially the Monopoly Junior Dinosaur Edition!! Did you know that the person who invented the very first precursor to the Monopoly game was a woman? Yep, that is correct!! Elizabeth (Lizzie) Magie (Philips) invented the first precursor to the Monopoly board game, the Landlord’s Game, while she lived in Brentwood, Maryland. She patented it in about 1903/1904, but the game existed as early as 1902! The Landlord’s game by Elizabeth (Lizzie) and Magie (Philips) inspired Charles Darrow to create the Monopoly board game we know and play today! We have the Monopoly board game today because of Elizabeth Magie.

 


What is your favorite Monopoly game?


 

Facts about Monopoly:

1. In 1935, Parker Brothers bought the game rights to the Landlord’s game from Elizabeth (Lizzie) Magie (Philips) for $500. Charles Darrow is credited with making the Monopoly game. In 1991, Hasbro acquired Parker Brothers.

2. Monopoly is printed in about 37 languages and sold in about 110 countries. There are over 300 different versions of Monopoly. More than 250 million Monopoly games have been sold since 1935.

3. November 19th is National Play Monopoly Day every year!! So, get out your favorite Monopoly game and have fun playing!!

4. In 1935, the original Monopoly board game did not have playing pieces (tokens). Players were told to use household items such as buttons!

5. In the 1970s, the Parker Brothers made a Braille edition of Monopoly for the visually impaired. It was released in 1973. The most expensive Monopoly board game ever made by a San Francisco jeweler named Sidney Mobell in 1988. It was crafted in 18k gold and gemstones. It is estimated to be worth about 2 million (2,000,000) dollars.

6. This year marks the 87th anniversary of the Monopoly game! This year also marks the 120th anniversary of the Landlord’s game that Elizabeth (Lizzie) Magie (Philips) made.

 


Share a fact about Monopoly with us?



 

Books about Monopoly:

1. Hasbro Monopoly Jr. (Booktivity) Board book by Golden Books

2. Pass Go and Collect $200: by Tanya Lee Stone

3. Mr. Monopoly's Amusement Park a Math Adventure by Jackie Glassman

4. Monopoly Junior Mad Madness by Howie Dewin

Parents/caretakers, please ensure all books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 


 

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Thursday, January 13

Facts about Tacos

Taco Facts


Please remember to take a moment and count all your blessings, big and small, that you have to be thankful for today!!


We are on the letter Tt of the gratitude alphabet. 

T is for Taco!  


What are you thankful for that begins with the letter T?


Who doesn’t love tacos? Tacos are fun to eat! You can put what you like on them; they are super tasty! Did you know that the tortilla has existed since ancient Mayans? Around 10,000 B.C., according to an ancient Mayan legend, a Mayan peasant made tortillas as a gift for the hungry king. Those tortillas were made with corn (maize)! It is believed that the word taco came from the Mexican Silver Mines in Mexico in the 18th century. In those times, the word taco meant folded. The miners folded a piece of paper or wrapped the piece of paper around gunpowder to make an explosive. No one knows for sure who invented the taco! The tacos we eat today originated from Mexico.

 


What is your favorite type of taco?



Facts about tacos:

1. Taco Bell was initially called Taco Tia. Glen Bell opened the first Taco Tia in 1954 in San Bernardino, California. Glen Bell is also the founder of Taco Bell. The first Taco Bell was opened in California in 1962. Taco Bell made the Mexican tacos famous in America. Glen Bell opened Taco Tia so Americans could taste Mexican food without traveling to Mexico. However, Mexican food was introduced to Americans in Los Angeles through a group of women known as the Chili Queens. These women sold tacos and other Mexican food on food carts.

2. Here are some different types of Mexican Tacos: Al Pastor, Barbacoa, Birria, Carnitas, Lengua, and Migas. Share a taco recipe with us.

3. October 4th is National Taco Day. In Mexico, the Day of the Taco is celebrated on March 31st! Don’t forget Taco Tuesday is a day to eat tacos every week! Be sure to celebrate by eating some tacos!!

4. Americans ate more than 4.5 billion tacos last year.


 

Share a fact about tacos with us?


 

Get your T is for Taco printable coloring worksheet here: 

T is for Taco

 



Books about tacos:

1. Pizza and Taco: Who's the Best? by Stephen Shaskan

2. Taco Tuesday Finger Puppet Board Book by Brick Puffington

3. Taco Tuesday: More Than 100 Recipes by Publications International Ltd.

4. Make Your Own Taco Sticker Activity Book by Ellen Kraft

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Wednesday, January 12

Facts about Butterflies

 

Butterfly Facts


It is so delightful to watch these unique, beautiful, and colorful insects!! Did you know that butterflies have two compound and single-chambered eyes? The eyes sit on each side of their head? Did you know that the butterfly’s eyes have up to 12,000 lenses in each eye? Butterflies can see in many different directions at once because of their 12,000 compound eyes. They can also focus on one object because of the single-chambered eyes. A butterfly can see approximately 315 degrees around itself!! A butterfly can see its own beautiful wings!! They have good eyesight!! How cool is that?


 

What is your favorite type of butterfly?



Get your free printable butterfly coloring sheet here:

Butterfly coloring sheet

 



Facts about butterflies:

1. Not all caterpillars turn into beautiful butterflies. In fact, some caterpillars turn into moths. There are four stages a caterpillar goes through to morph into a butterfly or moth. Those four stages are the egg, larva, pupa, and the adult.

2. There are about 17,000 species of butterflies in the world. The Palos Verdes blue butterfly is the rarest. The most common butterfly is the Painted Lady butterfly. These butterflies are beautiful!!

3. The Western Pygmy Blue Butterfly is the smallest butterfly in the world, with a wingspan of about ¼ to ½ inches. The biggest butterfly in the world is the Queen Alexandra's Birdwing, with a wingspan of about 11 inches.

4. Butterflies have four wings, and their wings are transparent. The two wings close to its head are called forewings, and the other two wings are called hindwings. Their wings are covered by thousands of very tiny scales. Butterfly wings are made from a protein called chitin. Butterflies have six legs, and they use them to taste nectar. The three main body parts of the butterfly are the head, thorax, and abdomen. 

5. There is a butterfly called the Glasswing. The Glasswing butterfly uses its transparent wings to hide from predators in plain sight. Glasswing butterflies are beautiful. They have a lifespan of between 6 and 12 weeks. Some butterfly species only live for 24 hours, and others can live up to thirteen (13) months.

6. Most butterflies are herbivores and only eat nectar and water. They get their food/nectar from plants and colorful flowers.

7. A group of butterflies is called a flutter, swarm, or kaleidoscope of butterflies!

 


Can you share a fact about butterflies with us?



 

Books about butterflies:

1. Flight of the Butterflies by Roberta Edwards

2. The Little Guide to Butterflies by Tom Frost

3. National Geographic Readers: Flutter, Butterfly! by Shelby Alinsky

4. Butterflies and Moths: Explore Nature with Fun Facts by DK

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Tuesday, January 11

Facts about the Dragon Blood tree

Dragon Blood Tree Facts


Are you ready to learn about something cool today? Today, I want to tell you about the Dragon Blood Tree! But first, see if you can answer this trivia question.

 

Where do Dragon Blood trees originate from?

A.) North America

B.) Yemen

C.) Africa

D.) California

 

Dragon Blood trees, also known as the Socotra dragon tree, are big, beautiful trees that resemble an umbrella, but much bigger!! The umbrella shape of the tree helps protect the tree’s roots from the hot sun, and it also helps keep the sun from evaporating all of the water! Dragon Blood trees can grow to about 32 feet tall, and some say they grow to about 39 feet tall. That is very tall!! They are in the evergreen family. The Dragon Blood tree is native only to the island of Socotra, Yemen. Could you imagine standing under one of these trees? How cool would that be?


 

What is your favorite type of tree?


 

Facts about the Dragon Blood Tree:

1. Dragon Blood trees can live up to 600 years! That is a lot of years! The Dragon Blood tree grows very slowly. It takes about 10 years for the tree to grow about 3 feet. So, in 100 years, the tree would be around 30 feet! The tree stops growing taller once it reaches around 30 to 39 feet tall.

2. The Dragon Blood tree got its name from the sap that comes from it when it is cut. Its sap/resin is red and resembles blood. The sap/resin from this tree was used as medicine in ancient times. They even used the sap/resin from the tree to dye wood. Some wood on violins has been dyed with the sap/resin of the Dragon Blood tree.

3. The leaves and berries of the Dragon Blood tree are used as animal feed. They also use the leaves to make ropes. The Dragon Blood tree produces small white or green colored flowers that grow in bunches and bloom in February. The flowers are small and fragrant. The fruit from the Dragon Blood tree is a berry that usually has one (1) to three (3) seeds. The fruit takes about 5 months to become ripe. When the berry is ripe, it is orangish red in color and is usually eaten by birds and other livestock.

4. Dragon Blood trees grow in the woodlands of Socotra Island in Yemen, mostly on limestone plateaus.


 

Can you share a fact about Dragon Blood trees with us?



 

Books about Dragon Blood trees:

1. Dragon's Blood Trees Bleed! by Janey Levy

2. Strange Trees: And the Stories Behind Them by Bernadette Pourquie

3. Dracaena Draco, Dragon's Blood Tree by Walter Fitch Hood

4. Socotra (Bradt Travel Guide) by Hilary Bradt

Parents/caretakers, be sure books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.


 

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Monday, January 10

Facts about parrots

Parrot Facts


Parrots are incredible birds, but never stick your fingers in a parrot’s cage or near their beaks. They have very sharp beaks! Did you know there are over 10,000 species of birds in the world? Parrots are in the bird family. There are around 350 species of parrots. Parrots come from the Psittacidae family. Parrots are intelligent and social birds. You can teach them how to talk!! How cool is that? Joey’s favorite type of parrot is the Scarlet Macaw. They have some of the rainbow colors on their feathers!! They are bright and beautiful birds!!


 

What is your favorite type of bird?


 

Facts about parrots:

1. Hyacinth Macaws are the largest type of parrot. They can grow up to 3 feet long from the tip of their tail to the top of their heads and weigh 2 to 3 1/2 pounds. Their feathers are blue. They can live up to 60 years or longer in captivity. They are beautiful birds!

2. The Pygmy Parrot is the smallest type of parrot. It is small and can grow up to about 3 inches tall, weighing about 0.4 ounces. These tiny and beautiful birds are also very small.

3. A group of parrots is called a pandemonium or flock. Parrots are very social and live in groups. Depending on the species, they can live in groups of up to 1000 parrots.

4. Parrots are omnivores, which means they eat plants and meat. Most Parrots eat fruit, nuts, seeds, flowers, plants, vegetables, and/or insects.

5. Wild parrots live in warm areas of the Southern Hemisphere and in many other parts of the region, such as Australia, Africa, South America, Northern Mexico, and Central America. Parrots originated from the Australian region!

6. African gray parrots can learn to say/mimic over a thousand different words. All parrots can learn to talk, but some parrots never speak.

7. Parrots find or make holes or burrows on the ground or in trees, on the sides of cliffs, and under rocks or any other safe place to build their nests.

 


Can you share a fact about parrots with us?



Get your free printable parrot coloring sheet here: 

Parrot coloring sheet




Books about parrots:

1. About Parrots: A Guide for Children by Cathryn Sill

2. Parrots For Kids Amazing Animal by Zahra Jazeel

3. The Truth About Parrots by Maxwell Eaton III

4. The Adventures of Mr. Macaw, Las Aventuras del Sr. Macaw by Leticia Ordaz

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Thursday, January 6

Facts about Starfish

Starfish Facts 

Don’t forget to take a moment and count all 

the blessings you have to be thankful for today!!

 

We are on letter Ss of the gratitude alphabet. 

S is for Starfish!  


What are you thankful for that begins with the letter S?


I'm thankful for starfish, unique sea creatures known as sea stars. Did you know there are about 2,000 species of starfish found around the world? Starfish can be almost any color, but the most common are purplish orange and brownish red.


Continue reading to find out more about starfish.


 

Facts about starfish:

1. Not all species of starfish have 5 arms; some can have up to 40!! If a starfish loses an arm, it can regrow! They can even split their bodies in half to create clones of themselves!

2. Did you know starfish have eyes? They can detect light and darkness with their eyes. Starfish are colorblind. Their eyes are located at the ends of each arm! So that means a 5-armed starfish has 5 eyes, and a 40-armed starfish has 40 eyes!! That is a lot of eyes!!

3. Some starfish can weigh up to 11 pounds. The largest type of starfish is the Midgardia xandaros, which can be up to 53 inches in diameter! The most miniature starfish is the Parvulastra parvivipara, usually only 1 cm in diameter! The rarest starfish is called the Sunflower Sea star! The Sunflower Sea star is beautiful and resembles the sun and a sunflower.

4. The average lifespan of a starfish is 35 years.

5. Starfish aren’t fish, so scientists prefer to call them sea stars. Starfish are actually related to sand dollars and sea urchins.

6. Starfish don’t have a brain, a heart, or blood.

7. Starfish are carnivorous; they eat clams, mussels, and oysters.

8. Starfish live in saltwater and can be found anywhere in the oceans.


Get your printable Starfish coloring worksheet here: 

S is for Starfish

 



Books about Starfish:

1. Everything You Should Know About Starfish Faster Learning Facts by Anne Richards

2. Shelby's Ocean Adventure by Jennifer A. Walbert

3. Starfish On The Beach by Tom and Lindy Schneider

4. Starfish (Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science) by Edith Thatcher Hurd

Parents/caretakers, be sure all books are child-friendly before reading them to your child/children.

 



 

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Facts about William Butler Yeats

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