Do you know everything there is to know about Wizard’s Funland? Test your knowledge with these interactive questions!
Every Brave Katie in the Wizard’s Funland storybook comes with a Wizard’s Guidebook with fun facts, the Wizard’s little insights on creating the Funland, craft activities and 20 interactive questions that makes the storybook even more fun to enjoy.
We’ve decided to share the questions with you here in the blog just in case the Wizard accidentally zapped and made your Guidebook disappear. 😉
This list has different questions and challenges for you and your little ones to complete and discover new ways to read our seek and find storybook. Of course, you are welcome to make up your own spotting challenges for your kids too!
All the interactive questions inside the storybook and on this list are great for getting kids to talk. Plus, it provides fascinating insights into what your kids think, believe, prefer and imagine.
- Parrots are the only animal in the world capable of mimicking human speech. Can you find where the parrots are in the Wizard’s Funland?
- The famous Sang Kancil (mouse-deer) and Sang Buaya (crocodile) are well known in many Malaysian folktales. Can you find them in Boogie Jungleland?
- Elephants have around 150,000 muscle units in their trunk. They use their trunks to suck up water to drink – they can contain up to 8 litres of water! They also use their trunks as a snorkel when swimming. Can you find the elephants inside the Wizard’s Funland? How many are there?
- Thanks to its black stripes on orange fur, the Malayan tiger is surprisingly adept at blending in with rainforest trees and the edges of streams and rivers. Can you spot them in the Wizard’s Funland?
- The tiger has lost its habitat due to rapid development, agriculture expansion and hunting, causing the population of the Malayan tiger to have only 250 left in the world. How many tigers can you find in Boogie Jungleland?
- Did you know that the flower with the world’s largest bloom can grow to be 80cm across and weigh up to 6.8kg? Can you find this huge flower in Boogie Jungleland? What is the name of this flower?
- Hippos can hold their breath for an average of 5 minutes. That’s long enough to take walks along lakebed and riverbed floors. No wonder their nickname is the “river horse”! Can you find them in the Wizard’s Funland?
- In the Andersen’s Fairy Tales book, the Little Mermaid doesn’t have to give up her voice to get a pair of legs. Instead, every step she takes feels like stepping on a knife! Can you spot the mermaid in Storyland?
- “Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall,
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.
All the king’s horses and all the king’s men
Couldn’t put Humpty together again.”
Spot Humpty Dumpty the falling egg in Storyland!
- Chinese typically pray to the “Guardian God of Ghosts” called “Da Shi Ye (大士爷)” to gain protection from hungry souls. Can you find a big blue god with flags behind his back?
- The name durian comes from the Malay word ‘duri’, which means ‘thorn’. That’s because it’s covered in sharp thorns! How many durians can you find in Nom Nom land?
- Although dinosaurs are extinct, there are still animals around today which come from the dinosaur family, like lizards, turtles, snakes and crocodiles. How many crocodiles in total can you find in all 8 funland locations?
- There are more than 500 active volcanoes in the world. More than half of these volcanoes are part of the “Ring of Fire,” a region that encircles the Pacific Ocean. In which funland can you find the volcanoes?
- Rafflesia is in danger of extinction due to habitat loss and poaching — its buds are harvested and sold for medicinal properties. Try to spot it in the Wizard’s Funland.
- Mother gorillas carry baby gorillas in their arms until they’re about four months old. After that, they begin to ride on their mothers’ backs. They do this until they are two or three years old. Find a pair of mother and baby gorillas in the Wizard’s Funland.
- Hippos are one of the largest animals on the planet, and they can’t actually swim or float. They love to spend hours in rivers and lakes. Can you find them in the Wizard’s Funland?
- Do you like to swim? If so, you may have something in common with Malaysia’s favourite animal, the Malayan Tiger. This tiger enjoys swimming and playing in shallow rivers and lakes, and it can cross shallow streams by swimming while keeping its head above water. Can you find the tigers in the Wizard’s Funland?
- Ox Head and Horse Face Guardian are the Guardians of the Chinese Underworld. Can you find them in Oo Oo Land?
- In Chinese mythology, the Menshen (门神)(door gods) are a pair of guardian deities that protect the occupants of buildings from demons and bad omens. Can you find the pair of door guardians in Oo Oo Land?
- Penang boasts the largest “Guardian God of Ghosts” called Taai Si Wong (Da Shi Ye 大士爷) in Malaysia, which is set up every year at Market Street on Bukit Mertajam. Can you find this Big Blue God?