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Pre-K free daily classes

Free weekParinama PreK and K school We are happy to introduce Parinama School - daily classes for corona times !! We are kicking off next week for Pre-K . Limited to 6 kids. The program will be daily 1.5 hours teaching kids common core and TEA standard materials along...

Star and Constellations

What Is A Star? A star is a giant, glowing ball of gases held together by gravity. The main gas in a star is hydrogen. Stars come in different sizes, colors, and temperatures.  A star produces great amounts of energy in the form of light and heat. The Sun is a star. ...

The Power Of Pulleys

What Is A Pulley? A pulley is a simple machine that consists of a wheel with a groove around it and a rope that runs along the groove. Mechanical Advantage - Pulleys are used to lift heavy objects easily. By using multiple pulleys in a system, we can reduce the amount...

The Science Behind Snowflakes

How Are Snowflakes Formed? Snowflakes get their unique shapes from the conditions in which they form and grow in the atmosphere.  The shape is determined by temperature, humidity, and how it moves through the cloud.  Icy Crystal Formation - A snowflake starts as a...

The Mystery of Mirages

What Is A Mirage? A mirage is an image that looks real but is not really there. This phenomenon is called an Optical Illusion.  Mirages are usually formed by layers of air at different temperatures and thicknesses close to a surface like the ground or a water body. ...

The Secret Language of Dolphins

Why Do Dolphins Live In Groups? Dolphins are highly social animals that live in groups called pods for some key reasons. Protection from Predators - They can collectively defend themselves from predators like sharks. Cooperative Hunting - They collaborate to fence in...

The Wonder of Worms

Why Do Worms Live In Soil? Worms live in soil as it provides them with the habitat they need for their survival. Moisture -  Worms need a damp and humid environment to live in. They need moisture to breathe through their skin. Protection -  The soil offers protection...

Moon Mysteries: Phases and Faces

Sides of the Moon The moon has two main sides in relation to Earth. Near Side -  The near side of the moon is the side that faces Earth. We can observe this side and see various lunar features, such as craters and the dark-colored flat plains formed by volcanic...

Underwater Cities: Coral Reefs

What Are Coral Reefs? Coral reefs are like underwater cities made of tiny animals called “coral polyps.” Stony corals make up most coral reefs.  Coral reefs form in shallow waters of tropical and subtropical regions. The coral reef ecosystem provides a habitat for a...

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