Fun Facts for Kids

What a great way to start the school year! Don’t you wish that your parents treated the first day of school like Christmas!?

There’s a toy company that turns children’s drawings into plush toys.

Better than being on the refrigerator! This is a toy you can create and keep for years!

The Japanese created a silicone toy called Mugen Puchipuchi designed to mimic the sensation of popping bubble wrap for infinite number of times.

There is nothing more satisfying than a full sheet of unpopped bubbles and nothing more disappointing than finding that someone has beat you to all the fun! With this toy you get infinite enjoyment that you can share with your friends and family!

The original Mr. Potato Head didn’t include a plastic potato. It was a kit with plastic parts that were then stabbed into real potatoes.

A classic childhood toy – can you imagine having a moldy potato in your toy box? And how many times have your parents told you not to play with your food!?

People who play video games are more likely to be lucid dreamers (have control over their actions in dreams) than those who don’t.

And they say that video games rot your brain! Lucid dreaming is a fascinating ability to get in to a dream like state and then control the destiny of your dream! Give it a try (especially if you’re a gamer)!

In South Korea, children under 17 are blocked from playing online games past midnight which is monitored by their KSSN (Korean Social Security Number).

No Fortnite after midnight! These kids are guaranteed to be well rested for school. They say that sleep deprivation impairs judgement like drinking alcohol, and this ban on late night play is similar to the drinking age… coincidence!? Hate to get late night game play on my permanent record!

There exists a variation of soccer where 3 teams face each other at th1e same time.

An extra goal but an extra team! How do you know where to shoot! And what is the strategy? Most importantly, how do you do a coin toss!?

Surgeons who play video games make 37% fewer errors and complete surgery 27% faster. Video game skills are also a strong indicator of some surgical skills.

Who knew video games could be good prep for medical school!? Remember this fun fact the next time your mother tells you to go outside and play or read a book!