Let’s simulate protein digestion in the stomach using a mixture of hydrochloric acid and pepsin.
A video on the geological formation and geographical divisions of Africa.
Mutualism is a relationship between individuals or populations of different species that is beneficial to both parties.
Let’s make a paper aeroplane! How far can you throw it?
A drink can, water and a Bunsen burner can be used to create a special steam turbine.
For good spatial vision, we need information from both eyes at the same time.
Objects denser than water sink in water.
Let's make music using various types of balls.
The Foucault pendulum is a device used to demonstrate the rotation of the Earth.
In this experiment, we convert a plastic bottle into a rocket.
Let’s see some interesting facts from the history of the telephone.
Let’s make a web for the spider we made. We only need sticks and some yarn.
Let’s create a small present from materials we find at home! It can also be decorated once it's finished.
It is easy to demonstrate how the heart works.
Let’s make puppets using sticks, sheets of paper, scissors and coloured pencils!
If folded properly, the frog will be able to jump with a skilful move.
It is important to know the rules of the road both for pedestrians and bikers. Prepare some signs and practise their meaning!