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If the user enters words that may not be suitable for children a picture of a robot is displayed, telling the user to try again. Kpedia. Kiddle Encyclopedia (Kpedia) is an online encyclopedia, available from their search engine, powered by MediaWiki.It lists over 700,000 articles, and is "based on selected content and facts from Wikipedia, rewritten for children."

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Kiddle Facts for Kids

Posted: (2 days ago) If the user enters words that may not be suitable for children a picture of a robot is displayed, telling the user to try again. Kpedia. Kiddle Encyclopedia (Kpedia) is an online encyclopedia, available from their search engine, powered by MediaWiki.It lists over 700,000 articles, and is "based on selected content and facts from Wikipedia, rewritten for children."

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Kids encyclopedia facts

Posted: (3 days ago) Use the search form above to search articles in the Kiddle encyclopedia. Below is a list of some articles and categories to help you research different topics for school homework help, homeschooling and general education. All content from Kiddle encyclopedia articles (including the article images and facts) can be freely used for personal and educational purposes under Attribution-ShareAlike ...

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Roald Dahl Facts for Kids

Posted: (1 days ago) Roald Dahl (13 September 1916 – 23 November 1990) was a British writer.. Biography. He was born in Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales to Norwegian parents. He was educated in England and then worked in Africa for Shell Oil Company.In the Second World War, he was an RAF fighter pilot. It was after an air-crash and "a monumental bash on the head" that he began to write.

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Alexander Hamilton Facts for Kids

Posted: (1 days ago) Hamilton graduated from Columbia University, which was known then as Kings College.He wanted to go to Princeton but was not accepted.. Career. Early in the American Revolution Hamilton was an artillery officer. Later he served on George Washington's staff. Hamilton believed by the late 1780s that the Articles of Confederation made a government that was too weak to work well, and he supported ...

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Frida Kahlo Facts for Kids

Posted: (3 days ago) Magdalena Carmen Frida Kahlo y Calderón (6 July 1907 – 13 July 1954), usually known as Frida Kahlo, was a Mexican painter.She was known for her surreal and very personal works. She was married to Diego Rivera, also a well-known painter.. She was born in Coyoacán, Mexico. She had polio that left her disabled when she was 6 years old and some people think that she may have had spina bifida ...

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Isaac Newton Facts for Kids

Posted: (2 days ago) Sir Isaac Newton PRS MP; 25 December 1642 – 20 March 1726/7; was an English physicist and mathematician.He is famous for his work on the laws of motion, optics, gravity, and calculus.In 1687, Newton published a book called the Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica in which he presents his theory of universal gravitation and three laws of motion.

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Redback spider Facts for Kids

Posted: (3 days ago) The adult female redback has a body around 1 centimetre (0.4 in) long, with slender legs, the first pair of which are longer than the rest. The round abdomen is a deep black (occasionally brownish), with a red (sometimes orange) longitudinal stripe on the upper surface and an hourglass-shaped scarlet streak on the underside. Females with incomplete markings or all-black abdomens occasionally ...

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Dragon Facts for Kids

Posted: (3 days ago) The dragon is a legendary creature belonging to the world of mythology, story telling and fantasy.There are stories about dragons in Chinese culture, European culture, South American culture, and many others.. Dragons can look like dinosaurs and other extinct animals. Because of that, it is easy to think that those animals might have been an example for dragons as they were thought of in the ...

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Dingo Facts for Kids

Posted: (2 days ago) The Dingo (plural: dingoes or dingos) is a mammal found in Australia and South-East Asia. Dingos are similar to domestic dogs.Dingos were brought to Australia from South-East Asia about 4000 years ago. They are not found in Tasmania as the sea levels cut the island off from mainland Australia about 10,000 years ago. Most dingos in the wild are no longer purebreed dingos.

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Stone Age Facts for Kids

Posted: (3 days ago) The Stone Age was an ancient time when people made tools from stone. Wood, bones, and other materials were also used for tools, but those things don't last as long, so more stone tools are found.Stone (especially a hard kind of stone called flint) was used to cut things.. The period began with the first stone tools, about 2.7 million years ago. Some groups of people were still in the stone age ...

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