Let your kids explore the wonders of Science with Da Vinci Learning

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This presentation talks about how learning Science can be fun for kids with Da Vinci Learning channel. The shows on the channel are unique and conceptualized with an intention to make learning a fun activity.

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Let your kids explore the wonders of Science with Da Vinci Learning Channel Discoveries and inventions make it to the headlines every day, it is important that children get familiar with different interesting concepts of science at an early age. Science happens all around us every day and as parents you have endless opportunities to invite your child into the wonders of science. When we encourage children to ask questions, make predictions, offer explanations and explore in a safe environment, we enlighten and as well as delight them.

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Da Vinci Learning Channel has various programs and videos on different scientific concepts. The shows are so engaging and interesting that the whole family can watch and discuss it together. The fun science experiments for kids are concept based and makes it easier for kids to learn . Through these shows you can introduce your child to the natural world of science. When you least expect it the moment f learning will occur. There is an old Chinese saying: I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand. So let’s know little about some programs by Da Vinci Learning Channel to understand the different concepts of Science:

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Backyard Science: It’s science By kids For kids, and it’s science as part of Their world . This is a show that takes science out of the classroom and hurls it into the real world. The team of kids give science a shake-up, showing everyone that science is a part of everyday life… and it is fun to learn new concepts, the new way . Each program of the show presents kids with easy, practical experiments or activities. There are no laboratories here, this is science for everybody – in the garden, in the kitchen, under the shed…wherever the kids want to take it. Aged between 8 to12, your little geniuses can now learn with this best science program on Da Vinci Learning Channel.

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SciQ : Feed your brain while on an adventure or two – with SciQ SciQ introduces a younger audience to science through adventure presenting a wide range of topics guaranteed to capture the imagination of kids. What is the future of living underwater? How does the magic of movie making work? What does a detective investigate a crime scene? Can fish talk – what are they saying? Do twins have identical fingerprints? Could you fly without a plane ? These and many other questions will be researched, investigated and answered by energetic young explorers Andrew and Paula. In each episode they take on the challenge of testing their SciQ based on a weekly theme.

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Science Please! : Quench your thirst for knowledge! How do we generate electricity? Why is ice slippery? How does a telephone carry sound? Why does the wind blow? How does a fridge produce cold? Why does a bomb go off? How does radiation work? Why do some things float while others sink? How does friction work? Why is the sky blue? What do planets, plants and people have in common? Got a science question? Got a minute? Mixing animation with a keen sense of situational humour and archival footage, these comprehensive shorts never shy away from hardcore science as encountered in our daily lives, answering our need to grasp the complexities and intricacies of what‘s simply out there, so familiar yet so fascinating at the same time.

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The Science of Bubbles : Pop goes the Science ! Fun physicist Helen Czerski takes watchers on an amazing journey into the science of bubbles. Bubbles may seem to be just fun toys, but they are also powerful tools that push back the boundaries of science . The soap bubble with its delicate, fragile skin tells us about how nature works on scales as large as solar system and as small as a single wavelength of light. Then there are underwater bubbles, which matter because they are part of how the planet works. Out at sea, breaking waves generate huge plumes of bubbles, which help the oceans breathe . From the way animals behave to the way drinks taste, this documentary shows how bubbles affect the world in all sorts of unexpected ways.

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Whether it's the future of ship design or innovative new forms of medical treatment, bubbles play a vital role . So, don’t wait any more and switch to Da Vinci Learning Channel-India’s best educational channel for kids . We invite you to join us on Twitter , Facebook , Instagram and learn more about the India’s 1st Kids HD Educational Channel – Da Vinci Learning.

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