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Experiments with a flexible mirror in a tube, from 8 years
Mirrors have something mysterious about them, as they not only double the world but also distort and distort it. It's exciting to see in the mirror what you really see. Experimenting with mirrors playfully encourages close observation, but in the mirror we also experience ourselves and the space around us from new perspectives and we feel a touch of unimaginable infinity. Above all, the unusual views in the kaleidoscope and in the curved mirrors invite children to invent many new experiments themselves. The mirror tube opens up an incredible number of possibilities for playing, laughing and wondering.