You might be interested in a new e-book by Stuart Fish called"Answers to 350 Quirky Questions that your kids will ask you one day".
I could see this book being of value in the classroom, in homeschool settings, or as something fun for anyone who enjoys trivia.
Here are just a few examples:
Q: When do I grow fastest?
A: In the springtime, just like plants and trees.
Q: Why are babies’ legs so floppy when they are born?
A: Babies are born without kneecaps. Well, not quite true – Babies’
kneecaps are made of cartilage, which is softer and only grow into
bone at about 3 years old.
Q: How long can an olive tree live for
A: Up to 1500 years
Q: What are the five continents?
A: They are : The Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania.
The book is broken down as follows:Quirky Questions about:
My Body pg 3
Animals and Insects pg 11
Vehicles and Transport pg 35
The Universe pg 37
Earth, Nature and the Environment pg 39
At Home and at School pg 44
Science pg 45
Food & Drink pg 47
Music pg 51
Buildings and Structures pg 53
Sport and Health pg 54
Games and Toys pg 56
Countries pg 57
Movies, TV and Cartoon Characters pg 65
Crazy Stuff pg 67
It’s clear that “Answers to 350 Quirky Questions”
will be of interest to “kids” of any age.
Find ort more about this new book at:http://www.stuartfish.com/4yourchild_quirkyquestions_index.html