This is a dynamic scene that replicates the coming of the Ice Age. During 30 seconds, the colour of the sand changes into ice from the highest points to the lowest. When more than half of the surface is covered in ice, the snowstorm begins. This scene explains the natural phenomena of snow, ice, temperatures and how they depend on the landscape, Ice Age and how it influenced the modern world.
In this mode, sand is highlighted according to the heights, replicating the landscape. There are five landscape layers: water, sand, grass, rock and lava. Changing the sand terrain triggers different colours projected onto it. Playing with sand becomes an even more creative and colourful process.
In this mode, the sand is coloured according to the height, where the lower parts are blue and the highest are red. The mode is great for learning the colours used on the world maps – why the highest mountains are often coloured this way, where they are situated in the world. It helps reading maps more efficiently and engages interest in nature. The Cartography mode boosts child’s visual and creative thinking.
This mode includes highlighting by the height as well as an option to create an interactive volcano. To create a volcano, build a high mountain with round top and create a vent. The volcano erupt realistic lava that flows down the slope and gathers in the plains. This process is very entertaining and colourful and can be used for learning the nature of magma, lava and rifts in the earth core.
Learn about a natural spring – a groundwater source where pressurised water emerges from the ground in a steady flow.
Engage in recreation of rivers, lakes, floods and canals. Interactive water source is very realistic, as it sparkles and flows like real water would.
This mode replicates the living and breathing ocean. Exotic fish and sharks swim in the water, crabs and turtles roam through beaches, corals flourish on the ocean floor, palms and other trees grow on islands. Every animal has its own habitat and behaviour. Days are changed by nights – animals are highlighted and shadows grow on land.
This mode demonstrates how nature changes over the year and aspects of the each season: winter, spring, summer and autumn. The mode is great for learning natural phenomena: what is snow, why it rains, why leaves turn yellow, what is the typical temperature for each season.
Africa is inhabited by myriads of herbivorous animals, as well as by predators chasing them. This mode provides children with an opportunity to discover wild life in different climatic zones of the continent, from equatorial forests to deserts.
This educational mode is meant for little kids who would like to learn the names of different forms and colours. Different figures are projected onto the sand, and their colour changes depending on the height of the sand. This is a great tool that could be used to teach kids the basics of the foreign language, colour theory, geometry and so on.
This mode is focused on imagination skills development - sand changes colours depending on the height and can be used as a painting tool. The Drawing mode can also be used for learning art principles. Moreover, kids can create cool 3D pictures from sand.
This mode is a balloon popping game. Colourful balloons appear on the sand, and the player should pop the ones which colour corresponds with the colour of the frame, which changes every 30 seconds. Several players can pop balloons at the same time.
In this mode the sandpit is divided into two parts: day and night which allows comparing the different times of the day. Children can learn such concepts as sun, moon, sky, stars and constellations.
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