• Tick Tock Tick Tock – The Clock
    July 18, 2014 · Facts For Kids, History

    Tick Tock Tick Tock – The Clock

    Time is forever and it keeps moving. But, when was the first time that humans thought of measuring time? Almost 7000yrs ago, the Hindus (Aryan Civilization) gazed at the sky and measured the…

  • Gnawing Beavers
    July 16, 2014 · Little Writers

    Gnawing Beavers

    ( Srishti, 8, tells us a few interesting facts about beavers ) Do you know what castor canadensis are? They are beavers! Beavers are the largest rodent in U.S.A.but are the second biggest rodents in the world….

  • 366 days in an year?
    July 14, 2014 · Facts For Kids, Fun Corner

    366 days in an year?

    Macy and Stacy are twins born in the February of 2000. Now, Macy is 4 years old while Stacy is 14! How so? One is a Leap day baby, and the other is not. Did you…

  • Food Chain

    Food Chain

      All living things must  eat other living things to survive. You see a bird eating a worm. Or you see a lion preying on an innocent looking gazelle. You feel sad and sorry….

  • Mist and Dew
    July 2, 2014 · Facts For Kids, Science

    Mist and Dew

    Mist.. Is it fog or a small cloud? Well, it could be both. A very thin fog is called mist or cloud on the ground can be mist. Well, how are they formed?…

  • Anyone for Coffee?
    June 18, 2014 · News For Kids, Science News

    Anyone for Coffee?

    This has to be one of the first questions that grown ups ask each other when they get up in the morning. Anyone for coffee? Most people around the world like to kick start their day…

Google Doodle Fun

Google Doodle Fun

Football fever has not only gripped real world but also the internet. Google is celebrating FIFA world cup 2014  with a new doodle everyday. Google kick started the world cup event with an interactive doodle….

Hollow Rocks – Caves
June 12, 2014 · Earth, Facts For Kids

Hollow Rocks – Caves

“Spelunking! Me! No way!”, Joshua shrieked and flung his hands in the air. For all of you who don’t know what Spelunking means, it is usually referred to the exploration of caves as a hobby. “But it…

My Daddy!
April 10, 2014 · Little Writers

My Daddy!

(Tanya, 13, daddy’s little girl writes an adorable poem for her father) Oh! Daddy you’re so cool Laughter is your only tool You crack jokes in a quirky style That make us laugh…

We, The Creators of Gender Bias..

We, The Creators of Gender Bias..

This is a guest post by Nidhi Tayal who is a registered dietitian, a blogger and a school counselor. Nidhi is a post graduate from Lady Irwin College and has served in leading hospitals…


What are Fossils?

Fossils are the remains of plants or animals that got preserved over millions of years. Occasionally, an animal or a plant that died millions of years ago fell into soft mud or sand…

November 22, 2012 · Facts For Kids, Fun Corner

Round and Round Around your Waist

No points for guessing! It is the plastic hoop that you spin around your waist or at least try to. There are some who can twirl it for hours, but if you are…

September 24, 2012 · Facts For Kids, History


Hundreds of years ago, in Greece, there lived a very learned scientist called Archimedes. He loved to observe things around him and always tried to explain the phenomenons. One day as he stepped into his bathtub,…

September 8, 2012 · Facts For Kids, Fun Corner, History

The Trojan Horse

Almost 3000 years ago, the Trojans and Greeks fought a long and terrible war. Why? Because the Trojans had captured a beautiful Greek princess Helen. But this is a story about a horse and…

  • What are Fossils?
  • Round and Round Around your Waist
  • Eureka!!
  • The Trojan Horse


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