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What kind of fun facts can I teach my 3 year old?

A three year old is full of questions and curious about the world around them. So, take advantage of this time to teach your toddler some fun facts.

Animal Facts:
•    The biggest whale is the blue whale who weighs as much as 20 elephants.
•    A dog’s wet nose means he is healthy.
•    Flamingos eat with their heads turned upside down.
•    Starfish can lose a leg and it will grow back.
•    The biggest bird is the ostrich.
•    A giraffe’s tongue is about two feet long and they can lick the inside of their ears.
•    A tiger’s skin is striped just like its fur.
•    Bees make buzzing sounds with their wings.
•    Ants cannot blink because they do not have eyelids.

Earth Facts:
•    The water in the ocean tastes like salt.
•    If you tried to stand on a cloud you would fall through it.
•    Gasoline that goes in the cars is made from oil that comes from inside the earth.

Food Facts:
•    Bananas grow on trees and they grow hanging upside down.
•    Popcorn is corn from a corn cob.
•    A coconut is not a nut. It’s a fruit that grows on a tree.
•    Butter is made from cream and salt.

More questions

Everyone knows that exercise is good for our bodies; it’s also good for the brain.
If your child announces he doesn’t want to play sport anymore, it will be helpful to know why he has reached this decision.
The best way to encourage your child to be active is to be active yourself.
When your toddler is three years old, it’s a great time to start thinking about creating a family tradition that they will remember the rest of their life.
Parents who work all week struggle with how to best spend the time during weekend. Do you use the weekend to catch up on housework and running errands, or do you use the time to have fun with the kids?
Research has proven that when a child watches too much television, their imaginative and cognitive abilities are restricted and can alter their development.
A toddler’s playtime is an important aspect of his development. Through play, a child learns about his world and the people in his world. He also learns how to solve problems and overcome challenges both mental and physical.
Preschooler aged children are mostly very active get enough exercise during their normal daily routine.
Two year old children are very active and will usually get all the exercise they need from their normal daily play.
A three year old toddler will love any gift that allows them to use their imagination.



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