Animals workshop (Gr.1-2)
Why polar bears and owls are white? How penguins keep warm? Why spiders don’t stick to their web? What is common between glow sticks and lizards?
Gimme five (Gr. 1-2)
Listen up! Seeing is believing when students examine the wonders of five senses. Students look for taste buds and discover sound waves.
Spiders-spiders don’t get stuck (Gr.1-3)
Are spiders insects? Why spiders don't get stuck in their own webs, how spiders' venom makes its insect victim into a kind of bug "soup"?
How do plants get food? (Gr.3)
Students take a look inside the seed. They make starch test, create seed balls and experiment with jumping seeds.
Human body workshop (Gr.5)
Students learn about the human body and the amazing things that it can do. They meet “Mr. Bones” and learn all about our skeletal system, about the parts of our body that we can see, and some of the parts that we cannot see.
Amazing yeast neither plant nor animal microscopic organisms (Gr.6-8)
Is yeast alive? Can little brown grains of yeast grow? What type of food would yeast prefer? Why do we call yeast exploding animals? Blow up balloons and erupt volcanoes just with the help of yeast.
The smallest living thing or incredible cell (Gr.8)
Do you know what your body is made of? It’s made of skin, bone, blood, muscles and fat. But what are these made of? All the different parts of your body are made up of tiny living things called cells. Students make a cell model from various food items. Each food item will represent a specific organelle of the cell. When the project is completed, the cell model is edible.