How do animals see?

This lesson presents the vision and the evolution of eyes of animals.

The physics of submarines

This lesson presents the concepts of density and buoyancy through the operation of the submarine.

Ancient Egyptian pyramids

Pyramids are the best known Ancient Egyptian structures.

Do plants move?

Plants also move. Although they do not have muscles, they can change the position of their organs.

Are there mutants among us?

This lesson presents mutation types, their frequency and underlying causes.

How is the human body built up?

Learn how the human body is built up and about the differences between men and women.

Do reptiles ever get cold?

This lesson presents interesting facts about reptiles and their life.

What did people think about the atom in the past and what do we know now?

This lesson presents the structure of the atom through the history of atomic models.

The companion of Earth

This lesson explains the phases, the internal structure and surface of the Moon, as well as its effects on the Earth.

Do we become what we eat?

The lesson presents the components of a healthy diet.

How to put out a fire?

In this lesson you will familiarise yourselves with the basics of firefighting.

Join the caravan!

This lesson presents deserts and their flora and fauna.

Einstein's discoveries

Albert Einstein was one of the most acknowledged and best-known scientists of the 20th century. Do you know what discoveries he made?

What kind of fruit is peach?

A lesson about peach trees and fruits, with a dessert at the end.

The structure of atoms

The lesson introduces you to the components of an atom.

What is CRISPR?

A lesson about the benefits and limitations of genetic engineering.

How does soil form?

This lesson presents soil formation, the components of soil, and soil protection.

Is water essential for life?

Water is one of the most important substances on Earth. Let's learn more about it.

Prehistoric artists

Travel back in time and explore the beginnings of art, familiarise yourselves with the fascinating masterpieces of prehistoric people.

How does our heart beat?

This lesson presents the structure and functioning of the heart and how it can be protected.

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