The Physiscope and the Swiss TV channel RTS co-produce the programme L’Oreille des Kids, a 15-minute show designed specially for 7 – 10 year old children, created and animated by the Physiscope.
How do airplanes fly? What is static electricity? Why do some objects float while others sink? How do rainbows form? Through experiments commented by the Physiscope experts, children playfully explore and discover science. Testing physics directly, stepping into the shoes of a researcher, doing fascinating hands-on experiments – these are the hallmarks of the Physiscope approach. This fruitful collaboration with RTS encourages children to approach the major principles of physics with enthusiasm and fun.
Awards in 2014
The broadcast has been selected at the Prix jeunesse international 2013/14. It has been featured in its catalog « Quality in Children’s TV Worldwide » and has been presented at the Media Bar, in June 2014 in Munich. The aim of Prix jeunesse international is to promote quality in television programming for children worldwide. The broadcast has also received an honourable mention during the Cynopsis Kids Imagination Award ceremony in New York on June 11, 2014.
The 32 first episodes about physics are available on DVD!
Primary school teachers in Switzerland can order the DVD set (available in French only) free of charge, for restricted usage in their teaching activities. Each episode is illustrated with a simple experiment which can be carried out using everyday ingredients.
For information, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 3 DVD set can be ordered (CHF 29.-) and is available in specialized shops.