Want to quench your little genius’s thirst for knowledge? Then keep reading…
Don’t you just burst with pride when your child tells you something new they learned in school?
Like when they can list all 50 states or maybe say a short phrase in Spanish.
Whether your child is showing promising signs of future genius, or you just want to have a quiz buddy to help you on trivia night, encouraging your child’s curiosity is always a good idea.
Aside from what they learn in school, having other sources of facts and general information will help your child become more well-rounded.
Also, it’s the perfect time to maximize their learning when they’re still building the foundation of their knowledge and absorbing information like a sponge.
From simple truths to obscure facts, you can find them in this quirky collection of questions about all sorts of topics.
In Trivia for Smart Kids, you will discover:
- A refreshing way to combine learning and play time in one family-friendly game
- 9 kid-friendly categories of factoids, both silly and illuminating, that will capture your child’s attention
- Curious tidbits about the wonderful world of animals that will surely have your child reading in amazement
- Space-tastic facts that could prove useful for a future career as an astronaut
- The city on two continents, Joan of Arc’s nickname, the soup that contains saliva, and other pieces of information that your child will find fascinating
- A fun multiple-choice format that will teach your child how to solve problems by elimination
- Just how much your child still remembers from all those bedtime stories and fairy tales you’ve read to them
And much more.
Knowing information like how many years snails can sleep may seem like a useless skill, but they’re an accessible gateway into discovering new interests and passions.
It can be the start to a lifelong passion about science, history, food, and more.
Plus, these interesting facts make for great conversation at the dinner table.
General trivia is more than just small details about arbitrary things. They’re a great way to engage your child and teach them about the world.
Cooper the Pooper even traveled the world looking for the most interesting trivia he could find.
No other dog would go to these lengths just to bring your child fascinating facts about all sorts of subjects.
So don’t let Cooper down, and let your child find out what fun facts our adventurous author has learned from his travels.