Why did World War One break out? Who faced each other on the battlefields?
Who were the winners and losers of World War I? Among other things, this video sheds some light on that, too.
Ice can create stunning shapes. Let’s take a trip to the High Tatra Mountains and study the related phenomena.
Let’s make a boat from a few pieces of colourful paper and a straw!
A popular pet of children. They can be easily recognised by the patches behind their eyes.
We burn a heart in a piece of paper with the help of oxygen produced upon the decomposition of the potassium nitrate solution.
The impressive architecture of the Baroque era fascinates everybody even today.
Blueberries are a popular ingredient of jams, fruit soups or fruit salads, cake toppings or fillings.
Let’s make a pinwheel! It is a witty little toy if you give it a go in windy weather, too!
Cut the shapes of various animals out of paper, secure them on a stick and play with them in front of the lamp.
Let’s make a toy applying a simple but genius method, using yarn and a pair of scissors!
Autumn is here - school starts. Your exercise books should not look boring... Let's dress them up!
Watch how to a make a toy truck using matchboxes.
If it is carnival time, put on a costume! If you cover your face around your eyes, it can be good fun!
How does a piece of a cork behave on the surface of a glass of water? You can examine that in this experiment.
Fold the paper here and there, chip one or two with the scissors. This is all you need to create something fantastic that looks like a snowflake.
It has surely occurred to you that your book closed accidentally and you did not have the faintest idea which page to go to. This is over now!
The bear we cut out from a sheet of paper has moving arms and legs! How does he do that?
Be nice to your classmates by surprising them on their birthday with handmade gifts. They will be thankful.
With enough patience and manual skills, you can even create a soft toy dog!