Fun Facts and Games for Kids

We have a lot of articles with fun facts for kids as well as games and printable coloring pages for kids of all ages to enjoy.

LEGO Facts

LEGO Facts

LEGO is one of the most popular and widely used toys in the world and has become an internationally recognised brand. A subculture has developed as…

Wizard of Oz Facts

The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was written by L. Frank Baum, in 1900. He died twenty years before the film, The Wizard of Oz, was…

Circus Facts

Philip Astley is the first person to bring together all the elements of the circus in 1768. In 1793, John Bill Ricketts presents the first…

Magic Facts

Magic is called by many names. Some people refer to it as hocus pocus. Some call it conjuring, prestidigitation, or wizardry. It is also known…

Juggling Facts

Juggling has been around for at least 4,000 years. The first recorded evidence of juggling has been seen in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics in the Beni…

Color Facts

The world is full of light. Visible light is made of seven wavelength groups. These are the colors you see in a rainbow: red, orange,…

Amusement Park Facts

An Amusement Park is a place where people go on thrill rides, roller coasters, water rides, transport rides and rides that are gentler for children…

Iditarod Facts

The Iditarod is know as the “Last Great Race on Earth.” It is a race over 1150 miles of the roughest, most beautiful terrain Mother…

Optical Illusion Facts

An optical illusion is a way of tricking the brain to see something that may not be there. The human brain puts images together because…

Ice Cream Facts

The first frozen dessert is credited to Emperor Nero of Rome. It was a mixture of snow, nectar, fruit pulp and honey. The ice cream…

Chocolate Facts

Chocolate grows on the tropical tree called the Theobroma cacao, or simply, “cacao.” Theobroma is Greek for “food of the gods.” Cacao is native to…

Photography Facts

The word photography derives from the Greek words ‘photos’ – meaning light and ‘graphien’ – to draw. Photography was first used in the year 1839…