What and Why | Let's Tackle Scientific Problems | Junior High School Science | Only One Earth | Science Club | Whiz Bang Science | Maths Wonderland | Digital Pictorial Book - Nature in Japan - | Experiments Are Fun | Pythagora Switch | Pythagora Switch II | Pythagora Switch III | Pythagora Switch IV | Let's Get Movin' | Science Sleuth | ABU Voyage to the Future | The Science Station | We Love Science | Joule & Professor Watt | Wonderful Science | KIDS SURVIVAL SCHOOL | What Can We Do? Our Planet’s Future | Listen to the Earth | The Power to Save Lives in Disasters | Let's enjoy Math with Barky the Dog | LIFE IS A CHALLENGE | Bravo to Music! | TAKE TECH | Gretel's Oven | Viewpoint Science | Story Land |
Pythagora Switch II | Pythagora Switch II
｜Length : 10min. x13 ｜Year : 2004 ｜
Structures full of wonders, interesting ways of thinking and various laws are hidden in our daily. For example, a box becomes a flat piece of paper, there are various units to count different things, something that rotates always has an axis, to name a few.
This new TV program series introduces such "surprises"for children, which help them see things in different ways once they understand them. The purpose of this series is to bring up children's thinking power.
1. Familiar Scales
2. Give and Take
3. Hiding Well
4. Useful Rules
5. See the Invisible
6. The Same System?
7. Ideas for Easier Use
8. Relaying Books
9. Part and the Whole
10. Many Ways of Sorting
11. Invisible Power
12. Sorting Out Things
13. Think Backwards
Pythagora Switch III | Pythagora Switch III
｜Length : 10min. x13 ｜Year : 2006 ｜
Structures full of wonders, interesting ways of thinking and various laws are hidden in our daily lives. For example, a box becomes a flat piece of paper; there are various units to count different things; something that rotates always has an axis, to name a few.
This new TV program series introduces such 'surprises' for children, which helps them see things in different ways once they understand them.
The purpose of this series is to bring up children's thinking power.
1. This Will Make You Stronger
2. All You Need Is One
3. It's Shaped That Way On Purpose
4. Which One Is Moving?
5. You Can Figure It Out By Vertical and Horizontal
6. You Can Compare Them This Way
7. Reasoning Logic
8. A Device For Gathering
9. Choose From A Sample
10. Why Is It Bumpy?
11. It Can Be Used Anywhere
12. A Device That Makes Things Easier To See
13. A Device That Prevent You From Making A Mistake
Pythagora Switch IV | Pythagora Switch IV
｜Length : 10min. x11 ｜Year : 2007 ｜
Structures full of wonders, interesting ways of thinking and various laws are hidden in our daily lives. For example, why do various musical instruments make so different sounds?
This series of a TV program introduces such 'surprises' for children, which help to see things in different ways once they understand them. The purpose of this series is to bring up children's thinking power.
1. Things That Are Made in Layers
2. The Force of Spinning Things
3. Things Make Noise Because They Vibrate
4. It Wasn't Even Switched On
5. Round Objects Roll
6. You Can Read the Time
7. Letters That Come from Pictures
8. They Are All the Same Shape
9. The Perfect Circle
10. Song Special
11. Keeping Them Out
Let's Get Movin' | Let’s Get Movin’
｜Length : 15min. x7 ｜Year : 2005 ｜
This program aims at teaching preschool age children the fun of physical activity.
Athletic ability later in life is greatly influenced by the period from five to six years of age when the cerebral nervous system is rapidly developing. This program strives to nurture the development of both children's physical well being and mental well being. It is full of a wide variety of shorts to get children moving, from exercise routines that develop physical awareness, to the introduction to new kinds of movements by professional dancers and artists, and other activities aimed at sparking children's curiosity.
This is "healthy TV" in which children are encouraged to not just sit and watch, but to get up and get movin'!
Kane (Kane Kosugi) has the physical ability and awareness of an athlete. He is a navigator, teaching the children the fun of exercise. He also shows off his cool samurai moves.
Ai (Ai Munemoto) is a cute little girl who loves to dance. She plays the instructor in some shorts.
Taiki (Taiki Wagatsuma) is a determined little boy. In the "Let's learn Kabuki" short he plays the pupil, learning a variety of kabuki techniques from a professional kabuki actor.
Science Sleuth | Science Sleuth
｜Length : 15min. x20 ｜Year : 2005 ｜
Science Slueth is a 15-minute science program for 9 and 10 year-olds.
Each episode feachures a cartoon character-Monpan, the Detective-solving mysteries with the wisdom of science. Through the adventures of Monpan, children can learn how to think and analyze scientifically. The program also includes experiments, tips on simple observation techniques, and valuable special-effects video. These short segments can be picked up individually for use as classroom material.
1. The Swarming Toads Mystery
2. The Cherry Blossom Sweets Mystery
3. The Suspicious Racing Car
4. A Dark Shadow Creeps Up
5. The Mysterious Disappearance of Swallows
6. The Contest in Danger
7. Ask the Star Where the Treasure is !
8. The Search for an Invisible Moon
9. The Rooftop Trick Revealed
10. Another Rooftop Trick
11. Who made the Leaves Wither?
12. The Mystery of the Disappearing Water
13. The Freezing Crisis
14. Where are the Swan Chicks?
15. The Star of Scorpio Holds The Key To Destiny
16. The Heater of Terror
17. The Royal Wedding Feast In Jeopardy
18. Surprise In The Bath!
19. The Great Power Failure In Baobab City
20. Monpan's Last Case