Eye-Spy Periscope

Rs. 399.00

SMARTER LEARNING:
See without being seen, Just like a submarine! Ever wondered how submarines that are under sea are able to see what is on the surface? They use a special seeing device called periscope! Using a periscope, you can actually see beyond an obstacle, for example, a wall. You just have to make sure that the top of periscope is above the edge of the obstacle. Here, we have designed an easy-to-make periscope that will enable you to look beyond obstacles.   Learning: Visual RecognitionSpatial SkillsCognitive AbilityCreativityAnalytical Ability   Scientific concepts involved: Optics, Light (Reflection), Mirrors     Engagement time: 75 min Building the project:...

See without being seen, Just like a submarine!

Ever wondered how submarines that are under sea are able to see what is on the surface? They use a special seeing device called periscope! Using a periscope, you can actually see beyond an obstacle, for example, a wall. You just have to make sure that the top of periscope is above the edge of the obstacle.

Here, we have designed an easy-to-make periscope that will enable you to look beyond obstacles.

 

Learning:
Visual Recognition
Spatial Skills
Cognitive Ability
Creativity
Analytical Ability
     
    Scientific concepts involved:
    Optics, Light (Reflection), Mirrors
       
       
      Engagement time: 75 min
      Building the project: 45 min
      Painting the periscope: 30 min
      Playing with periscope: Unlimited
         
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        VIDEO
        Parents and Children Share Their Smartivity Experience
        "Several important concepts in motion, pressure and mechanics are used but the beauty is that the kids feel it and understand it intuitively way before they need to learn about it. Love the thought the team has put into the graphics, the material and the overall product. Kudos it's been a long time (ever?) since I have been blown by an Indian product." - Sandeep Pangal (Parent, on amazon.in)
        "There's a sense of completion at every stage, especially exciting when the individual parts lock into each other and begin to move. This was the bit my daughter enjoyed the most - even making me shoot a video to show her grandparents the progress via Whatsapp." - Nisha Khot (parent, via email)
        "The best part I liked about the model was if I made a mistake I had to really think, identify the problem and then come up with the solution. I also enjoyed painting it. It is awesome and one of my best games so far." - Shalitha (11 year old patron, via email)