Harrison looks at an 'eyelash mite' through a microscope to show an example of a bug that can't be seen by the naked eye.
Here's a fun medical imagination twister, because it's unbelievable what nature can cram into our bodies. Your students will be challenged to guess not only how long their digestive systems are but how it's coiled up inside there!
Xand fields this question from Madan: 'Why do you always feel sick after riding the rollercoaster' Well, your eyes and ears are taking in different bits of information what with hanging upside down and all. Now your brain thinks you've eaten some poisonous food and it's going crazy, and it's no wonder why you feel sick!
Humans shed skin every minute of the day! The fascinating answer to how much, awaits in this quiz along with a positive outcome.
Harrison explains that vampires aren't real, but vampire bats are and he teaches how they use their teeth to eat.
Here is a fun quiz to figure out how many heartbeats you have in a year. See if your students find two out of the three answers a bit tricky to guess. The amount is pretty staggering, and sounds superhealthy!
Harrison explains why some people are more scared of little animals than big ones.
The Bonsai tree is an example of miniaturising Mother Nature to perfection! The cultivation of this iconic little beauty goes back thousands of years, and many styles have evolved since then. Some students might enjoy this rewarding hobby as an alternative to their daily intake of fastfood video games.;)
Next time somebody tells you you've got a lot of nerve, you can tell them exactly how much! Today's medical question already states for a fact there are many miles of nerves running through our skin. The correct choice of the three scenarios presented will surprise everybody!
Harrison explains how spiders make webs and why they are so strong.
A very brief scene with a focus on similes and metaphors that could be used as a discussion starter.
Harrison visits the dentist and gets his teeth cleaned.
Harrison asks some kids what kind of animal teeth they would have if they could choose.
The answers in Gwen's are answered in the opening montage of 'Arthur Christmas'.
Dhanayhus wonders why we get shorter during the day. It seems he wants to remain tall enough to go on more rides at the theme park! Straightaway, Chris explains about our vertebra and the jellylike discs in between. During the course of our day, they get squeezed which makes them shorter and us shorter.
Walter sends Buddy to a service in his building which is performed underground.
On the 40th anniversary of the 1967 referendum, in 2007, people were asked what it means to be an Australian citizen.
What do you think of their responses? Do you agree with any of the responses? What does being an Australian mean to you?
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