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SERIES Whiz Bang Science


わくわくサイエンス [NHK]

|Length : 15min. x15 |Year : 1996

An Inspiring Introduction for Scientific Seekers

Developed with the aim of fostering the ability to think scientifically, this series introduces basic principles in a way that is both understandable and engaging for students in the upper grades of primary school. The presenter, herself a primary school student, and her adult assistant apply scientific thinking and research methods to a wide range of fascinating questions. Eye-opening experiments and clever observations aid both in arriving at answers and in capturing the interest of young viewers. An invaluable introduction to the world of science, created specifically for children from 10 to 12 years old.

1. Living seeds
2. How Bean Sprouts Grow
3. How Fish Are Born
4. Food for Fish
5. How Animals Reproduce
6. How Plants Reproduce
7. The Temperature and the Sun
8. Moon and Sun Paths
9. Why the Moon Changes Shape
10. What Happens When Substances Dissolve
11. The Beauty of Crystals
12. Levers in Everyday Life
13. The Pendulum Principle
14. Collision Power
15. Now It's Your Turn

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