Jellyfish facts for kids learning English

Jellyfish Facts

resources for kids learning English

Did you know?

Jellyfish have fish in their name, but they are not fish. They live in every ocean in the world, even in freshwater lakes too.

Animal facts for kids learning English

Jellyfish are made up mostly of water. They have no heart, no blood, no eyes, no bones, and even no brain.

English teaching resources: animal readers

Jellyfish are shaped like a bell or like an umbrella. Some of them can glow in the dark.

Fun facts about the animals

Jellyfish may be tiny or quite large. The smallest are the size of peas. The largest are 20 m in a diameter.

ABC animals for ESL students

Jellyfish feed on small plankton animals. If there is not a lot of food around, they can shrink in size, so they need less food.

Fun animal facts for ESL kids

Jellyfish are extremely harmful creatures of the deep. They can sting and cause pain, and some of them can kill people.

Learning English in a fun way

Jellyfish are ancient creatures. They first appeared about 650 million years ago.