Popsicle stick and fish
Tom went to fishing with his father that Saturday. It was a sunny summer day. They went near the lake and started fishing. Tom caught a fish but it was a different fish. It had a popsicle stick under its gill. They took off the popsicle stick and Tom asked his father why that popsicle stick was there. He said that maybe a wind took it from the rubbish bin and brought here. Because people didn’t throw it there.
Tom asked that;
What is the origin of popsicle food? His father replied;
Popsicle sticks are made out from the wood of Birch trees which is, by the way, the native tree of Prince Edward Island Canada, but these are also available in other parts of North America. This wood is a favorite of furniture makers because of its property that resists breakage. Other common products derived from this wood are toothpicks and tongue depressors used by doctors in clinics.
Tom had a good day and learned new knowledge.
You can make fishes with popsicle sticks.