Fun Fact Friday with Franky’s Fun Flamingo Facts

Franky the flamingo pictures on a bright purple background
“Flamingos are social birds, they live in colonies of sometimes thousands, this helps in avoiding predators, maximizing food intake, and is better for nesting.”

Happy Day 12 of Fun Fact Friday with Franky the Flamingo!

Franky is the lovable character in Franky the Finicky Flamingo, a children’s picture book about a flamingo who appears to be a picky eater until he discovers the food that is right for him.

We’re almost done with all of our fun facts about flamingos. 😦

I know, I’m sad too, but I’ll look for some more. Or if you know of a resource, please share with me so I can put those together for you and others.

In the meantime, I’ve been developing some more Fun Facts for Fun Fact Friday related to characters from my other books such as Little Birdie’s Birdy Bits by Little Birdie from Little Birdie Grows Up and Tad’s Turtle Tidbits by Tad from A Turtle’s Magical Adventure!

Today’s Fun Fact talks about being a social animal. Humans are social animals too!

Share this Fun Fact with your children and talk about how humans are social, such as the facts that we live in families, we spend holidays with extended family, we go to school in age groups, we play sports in age groups, we do a lot of social activities.

Have your children list more things that are social and then discuss the benefits of these activities and how it would be different if we did them alone.

Please share your results in the comments. I’d love to hear all about them!

And share this post everywhere on social media so everyone can get in on the social fun!!


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