I study at home: Freshwater and waterfront animals

Learn about animals inhabiting rivers, lakes and their shorelines.

There was a time when...

Most of us are attached to the place where we live. We can discover changes day by day.

A glance into space

A lesson about the structure of the Universe and the Solar System.

Insects vs. insectivores

In summer, meadows are full of noisy bugs. Like always, if there are a lot of bugs, there will be a lot of animals feeding on them as well.

Gothic art

Gothic art was a style of medieval art that developed in France.

Newtonian mechanics

What happens when a rocket is launched? Why do we fall when the bus brakes? Let's learn about the laws of motion.

The one who came, saw and conquered: Julius Caesar

A lesson about the personality and legacy of Julius Caesar.

Geothermal energy

Where does the energy of Earth come from and how can we use it?

Why does your hair stand on end?

Let's perform experiments related to electric charge.

Water below the surface of Earth

A lesson about the various types of underground waters and their properties.

Would you like to get a puppy?

Dogs are our loyal companions. Learn about their anatomy and behaviour.

The cabbage family

A lesson introducing various plants in the cabbage family

Where do flies go in the winter?

Houseflies are among the best-known animals, they can be found in every region inhabited by humans. Let's learn about these arthropods.

The invisible killers, or What can we do against carbon oxides?

In this lesson, you can learn about carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide.

Is air visible?

This lesson introduces the properties of air.

Pitch and frequency, Part II

Experience the relationship between pitch and frequency through measurements.

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