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Exploring the weird and wonderful range of Guinness World Records will spark curiosity among children and develop their communication and enquiry skills. Exploring records from the human and natural worlds provides children with opportunities to develop a wide range of skills. Research tells us that learning is enhanced when children feel engaged, motivated and empowered. World records and weird facts capture imagination and stimulate a sense of wonder in children, and adults, alike.