Green Emeralds On A White Background Precious Gems

“E” is for Emerald

Emeralds are precious stones. Colombia is one of the world’s largest producers of emeralds. Emeralds are also produced in more than 30 other countries including Pakistan, Russia and Brazil. The oldest emeralds in the world are more than 2.5 billion years old. The first known emeralds were found in Egypt. Emeralds can be very expensive, Read more about “E” is for Emerald[…]

3D Prehistoric Dinosaur Velociraptor

“D” is for Dinosaur

Dinosaurs used to live on earth about 70 million years ago. There were many different types of dinosaurs. Some dinosaurs were very large and some were very small. Some dinosaurs could fly. Some dinosaurs could swim. Nobody really knows what colour dinosaurs were. Scientists believe that crocodiles are actually dinosaurs! Have you watched any movies Read more about “D” is for Dinosaur[…]

Dolphin

“D” is for Dolphin

Dolphins are mammals that live in the sea. A group of dolphins is called a “school” or a “pod”. Dolphins are known to be very intelligent animals! Dolphins are usually very friendly to humans. Dolphins can live up to 50 years of age. Dolphins will sometimes tease and play with other animals in the water. Have Read more about “D” is for Dolphin[…]

The Dentist Examines A Patient

“D” is for Dentist

Dentists can teach you how to take care of your teeth and gums. You should visit your dentist once every 6 months. Sometimes dentists are known as dental surgeons. The first dentists in the world were also barbers! A visit to the dentist can help prevent gum disease. Dentists can also repair broken teeth and find Read more about “D” is for Dentist[…]

Man Holding A Clock In His Hand

“C” is for Clock

Clocks are one of the first things humans ever invented. A sundial is a type of clock. Sundials were invented about 3500 years ago. Before alarm clocks were invented, someone was hired to go from house to house to knock on doors until everyone woke up. These people were called “knocker uppers”. Today, there are different types Read more about “C” is for Clock[…]

Cheetah

“C” is for Cheetah

Cheetahs are the fastest animals on land. Cheetahs can be found in Africa. Baby cheetahs are called “cubs”. Cheetahs can reach speeds of more than 110 kilometres per hour. Cheetahs have spots on their bodies that allow them to camouflage themselves well. Cheetahs are an endangered species of animal. Adult cheetahs can weigh up to 70 Read more about “C” is for Cheetah[…]

Coyote Closeup

“C” is for Coyote

Coyotes can be found in places like North America and Mexico. Coyotes are omnivores. This means that they eat both meat and plants. A baby coyote is called a “pup”. Coyotes are really fast animals that can run faster than 56 kilometres per hour. Coyotes only hunt during the night and they spend the whole Read more about “C” is for Coyote[…]

Image Of A Cock On Nature Background Farm Animals

“C” is for Cockerel

A cockerel is a male chicken. A cockerel is also known as a rooster. Cockerels are usually larger and more brightly coloured than female chickens. Cockerels are omnivores because they eat both plants and meat. Cockerels can be found all over the world. The red flesh under the beak of a cockerel is called a “wattle”. Cockerels can fly Read more about “C” is for Cockerel[…]