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The stone ages

At one point in time, everything was made of stone: axes, spear, arrowhead, tables and chairs. The Stone Age was far longer than a century it lasted for almost 2 million 6 hundred thousand years. At that time the earth wasn’t roamed by people as we know them today, but our ancestors already knew how to make very basic tools and their time of existence was known as the stone age which ended only some 8-6 thousand years ago.

 

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OYLA, the kids magazine, is a unique periodical filled with knowledge and information useful to kids like me.Every topic is discussed with clarity and focus, giving importancs to its origin and development. It has not ignored the little toothbrush to the game of tic-tac-toe-explaining its history and usage.That the contents come closer to my curriculum, helps me relate to subjects of my study. While the pictorial representation and description is an added advantage, the quality of the pictures cannot be left unappreciated. On the whole, Oyla, page to page is wrapped with facts and intelligence. I genuinely take this opportunity to appreciate their legitimate hardwork and efforts in preparing the magazine for young readers like me. Wish you many more years of knowledge sharing.

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I like OYLA so much; it gives me knowledge, fun and sometimes I have seen funny pictures. In OYLA I like the May issue(#5) as it came during summer holidays.I got interested when I saw the topics " How about a coffee" and " A cup of Coffee" in the table of content. So far, I thought coffee was a bush, but it is a tree. I was so surprised to read that the most expensive coffee was made from coffee bean found in an animals excrement. People of Finland drank a little too much of coffee while Canadians drank coffee least in the top 10 countries; but India does not even show up in the list. OYLA advised me not to drink an espresso because it is bitter. Cappuccino is what I drink but it is a littlt different; it is made of milk and had foam, sometimes they draw on the foam. And there are a lot more that I never knew. In another article. I learned that Japanese cant pronounce "L" or evenanything that starts with the letter "L". I used to watch anime, and it is real that Japanese dogs do bark "Kian-Kian". And in anime, OYLA says, that they speak perfect Japanese. It is not real! The voice actors speak like they are half- Japanese.

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Each issue of OYLA has a load of fascinating topics that attract readers of all ages. Topics explained in simple language and the concepts are easier to grasp. Able to gather lot of information from each topic of very few pages. Each topic is discussed in different perspectives and the coverage is superb. Helps to get the glimpse of topics that are unknown to me and they are starting points for further exploration. Best science magazine ever read. makes me eagerly waiting for the next issue.

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About STEM

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics — in an interdisciplinary and applied approach. Rather than teaching the four disciplines as separate and discrete subjects, STEM integrates them into a cohesive learning paradigm based on real-world applications.

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The stone ages

At one point in time, everything was made of stone: axes, spear, arrowhead, tables and chairs. The Stone Age was far longer than a century it lasted for almost 2 million 6 hundred thousand years. At that time the earth wasn’t roamed by people as we know them today, but our ancestors already knew how to make very basic tools and their time of existence was known as the stone age which ended only some 8-6 thousand years ago.

An everyday sensation of Exoplanets

On February 22, 2017, NASA convened a press conference, where it promised to announce the very important discovery of something, “beyond the solar system”. There were vague hints that it could be about something related to extra terrestrial life. Instead NASA announced the discovery of star system TRAPPIST-1.

Cracking the periodic law

We have known from a long time about how the properties of elements depend on their atomic masses. But only in the 19th century did the scientific community begin active attempts to crack open the periodic law. This law explains what the properties of atoms depend on and which reactions are characteristic for different elements – despite the fact that they are all composed of the very same electrons and protons.

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Square is the result of multiplying a number by itself (or) Raising to the power 2, i.e. (nxn)or n^2.

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