Got a science question? Got a minute? The 26 one-minute video clips in the Science Please! collection offer humorous but rigorously accurate explanations of scientific discoveries and phenomena we encounter in our daily lives. Have you ever wondered... why do we see colours? What makes the wind blow? Why do some things float and others sink? What is sound? Why does soap clean? Each question is carefully researched and clearly explained through animated illustrations, archival footage and amusing narration. The wacky humour will appeal to 9- to 12-year-olds, while encouraging an interest in science. Science is cool!
The Science Please! collection uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain various scientific discoveries and phenomena. This compilation includes: The Atom, The State of the Matter, The Dirt on Soap, Explosives, Gravity, Operation Lever, The Force of Water, Lift Off, Wheel Meets Friction, The Internal Combustion Engine, Fire, The Wind, Slippery Ice and The Refrigerator.
The Science Please! collection uses archival footage, animated illustrations and amusing narration to explain various scientific discoveries and phenomena. This compilation includes: Lightning, Magnets, Battery, Electricity, The Light Bulb, Electromagnetic Radiation, Sound Is Vibration, The Telephone, The Wonderful World of Colour, The Moon Changes, Mirrors and Why Is the Sky Blue ?