Welcome to Fast Facts for Kids, an online learning resource for students, teachers and parents. Our resources include facts, information and data on a wide variety of topics. Some of our topics include animals, dinosaurs, insects, space, technology, and weather. You can use our website as an educational resource, to reference information or simply to expand your knowledge on one of the many topics we cover. You can begin to explore our facts by choosing one of the below categories and selecting a topic.
You’ll find our website easy to navigate and find the facts you’re interested in. We have divided everything into categories, topics, and sub-topics. Our weather category has several topics, such as blizzards, hurricanes, and tornadoes. Our tornado topic has several sub-topics, such as historic tornadoes, Fujita Scale, and tornado records. You’ll find this structure makes it easy for parents, students and teachers to find the facts they’re interested in.
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Solar System Facts
Discover thousands of Solar System facts, information and data on the Fast Facts for Kids website. We cover many different things found in our Solar System.
Fast Facts for Kids was created to help students, teachers, parents, and anyone who wants to learn about a specific topic. Our website is 100% free and no account is required to access our facts and information. We believe learning online should be fast, easy, and safe. Everyone should have free access to educational content, and we’ll work to ensure everyone across the globe can access Fast Facts for Kids.
For us to provide a quality online learning resource we need accurate information and data. Our team has spent countless hours verifying the accuracy of what is published on Fast Facts for Kids. We track down the sources of information and data we publish and ensure it’s not part of circular reporting or false confirmation. Occasionally someone inaccurate does get publish and if you notice anything in accurate simply contact us and let us know. You can also reach out to submit new facts, information or data and get it published.