In the world around us, we see skyscrapers, the babble of running water, cars coming and going but there is microscopic world that we cannot see with our unaided eyes. The microscope is one of the greatest inventions of mankind in the Twentieth Century, which presents a new world in human vision. For the first time, people saw hundreds of "new" tiny animals and plants, as well as the internal structure of everything from the human body to plant fiber. Come with our K2-O children, let’s explore the "invisible world".
What does the world look like under the microscope? After a simple introduction of the microscope, children all clamored to observe the world under a microscope. "Curious" children were excited to begin a journey of micro world exploration.
After the quest, children jumped for joy like they had discovered treasure and told others what the micro world looks like.
Dragonfly wings Lily Pollen butterfly antenna pool water
Dandelion Elaeagnus pungens butterfly Wings butterfly scales
Look! Doesn't the world under microscope look beautiful? Do you know which one is butterfly’s scales?
The same object is different from the magnification of the microscope, and the world is not the same.
The children were not satisfied with the observations of specimens that have already been prepared and they want to look inside an onion. What will onions look like under a microscope? For K2 children, making a specimen ready to observe under a microscope is very difficult but under the guidance of the teacher they were willing to try again and again.
The children cover a clean glass slide with gauze and apply a drop of water. With a pair of tweezers they carefully peel a small sample of onion. It’s not easy for them! The onion sample is place on the water on the glass and it is spread carefully with a needle. A cover slide is placed on top and it is finished!
The world under the microscope is so much different from the world we see. Children decided to draw the micro world with crayons.The children were drawing and chatting, "Look! This is the butterfly wing I painted. Under the microscope, it looks like a small house." "The scales of the butterfly are colorful and beautiful." Through their chats children open the gates of memory and visualize the invisible world again.
The world is mysterious and miraculous. From the beginning of birth, we began to explore the world. In Angel, we follow children's curiosity and eager footsteps, continue to explore the world around us and find more wonderful things every day.