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This digital interactive lesson plan helps the learner understand periodic motion and various concepts associated with it. For a full screen experience please click on the following link:


Do you want to introduce Stephen Hawking's big ideas to your students? In just two and a half minutes, Alok Jha explains some of Stephen Hawking's big theories which made him the greatest scientist of our time. You can also think about classroom activities based on this animation and discuss some of his theories in a simple manner.

When lazy Raghu Mama claims he can go on wild adventures without leaving his chair, Amish and Soni are amazed. How does he do it? Can Amish and Soni go on these adventures too?

Explore and understand virtual reality in a fun way through this story of Lazy Mama. Whether you like it or not but there are lots of thing in education and learning which is possible through the application of Virtual Reality. And it is too simple to get or make a Virtual Reality headset too.

Emma Bryce explains how the different parts of the digestive system work to transform your food into the nutrients and energy that keep you alive. It is a tale of tracing food’s nine-meter-long, 40-hour journey through the remarkable digestive tract.

Join Tooka, Poi, and their best friend Inji the dog, as they go around collecting seeds. The adventure begins when the three friends meet Pacha the tamarind tree.

It's all about the different learning style of the students. The idiom slow and steady wins the true.... explore it in this article

Each time you take a step, 200 muscles work in unison to lift your foot, propel it forward, and set it down. It’s just one of the many thousands of tasks performed by the muscular system: this network of over 650 muscles covers the body and is the reason we can blink, smile, run, jump, and stand upright. So how does it work? Emma Bryce takes you into the body to find out.


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