Welcome to Facts Just for Kids! This site is for students, teachers and parents who needs accurate facts for a variety of topics. We have facts about biology, health, history, physics, science and many other topics. We hope you find the facts on our site fun, educational and helpful in expanding your knowledge. You can start exploring our facts library by scrolling down and choosing a category.
Our website has a category for each topic. Each category has many sections on that topic. For example, the the weather category has a section on hail and rain. This makes it easier to find the facts for a specific topic. Can't find the facts for a topic? Every week we add new facts and create new categories. Check back with us in the future or request a topic.
You can find all the categories below, listed in order from A to Z.
Do you want to learn about animals? This category has facts about animals. Learn about bats, cats, dogs, frogs, lions, sharks, tigers and other animals.
Do you want to learn about chemistry?. This category has facts about the periodic table of elements. Learn about carbon, neon, gold and other chemical elements.
Do you want learn about dinosaurs? This category has facts about dinosaurs. Learn about the Allosaurus, Triceratops, T-Rex and other dinosaurs.
Do you want to learn about the food? This category has facts about food. Learn about apples, bacon, eggs, celery, milk and other types of food.
Do you want to learn about insects? This category has facts about insects. Learn about ants, bees, wasps, ladybugs, beg bugs and other insects.
Do you want to learn about planets and moons in our solar system? This category has facts about all the planets in our solar system and their moons.
Do you want to learn about technology? This category has facts about technologies. Learn about the cars, cell phones, paper, computers and other technologies
Do you want to learn about past armed conflicts? This category has facts about wars. Learn how past wars changed history, countries and politics.
We try to verify all the facts on our website. We do not want to spread myths or factoids. We do not want to be a part of circular reporting and false confirmation. Our goal is to provide students and teachers with an academic resource they can trust. If you come across any invalid facts, we urge you to report them.