"Lovely Day" hosts learn about science the fun way

by Jocelyn Dimaculangan
Jun 4, 2008
The hosts of GMA-7's Lovely Day visit the Hong Kong Science Museum, where they will encounter a mummy that threatens to harm them with its Mummy Wrap Powers. 

This Saturday, June 7, at 10:30 am, GMA-7's Lovely Day brings a non-traditional lecture on science topics. Young Bea and Gabby visit the Hong Kong Science Museum, where they exhibit interactive science experiments. They learn of the plasma ball-a glass sphere used to study the flow of high electrical voltage.

They also witness the magic of huge bubbles, which do not burst even after colliding with other bubbles.

In the Mirror Museum, the young hosts discover the tricks of how specialized mirrors deform one's image.

Learning more of science continues when Bea visits Hobbes and Landes-a specialty store that sells educational toys.

From scientific miniatures displayed in this toy store, Bea learns how sunshine helps in moving the Solar Car and how colorful animals take form from mere building blocks. Bea also studies why a plasma mug lights up.

Meanwhile, the Lovely Day Force of the Guardian will battle an evil mummy, which wreaks havoc using its Mummy Wrap Powers.

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Don't miss this kiddie treat from Lovely Day showing every Saturday morning on GMA-7.
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The hosts of GMA-7's Lovely Day visit the Hong Kong Science Museum, where they will encounter a mummy that threatens to harm them with its Mummy Wrap Powers. 
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