Mouse in the House is a science series that educates junior school children about science concepts. It introduces children to science and maths by exploring fundamental principles such as gravity, pressure, kinetics, magnetism etc, by conducting science experiments in an integrated and entertaining way. It is produced using a combination of 3D animation and live footage. The host, Max, is a 3D animated mouse in a 3D animated laboratory setting. Max the Mouse talks to the audience and the participants, explaining what the science concept and experiment is and how to perform it. The participants are junior high school children guided by a science facilitator. Together they perform the experiment instructed by Max the Mouse. Max also proceeds via 3D animation to explain the outcome of the experiment and how it happened. It ends off with the Max the Mouse giving a funny “Tongue Twister” for the children to muddle over.
This is a Smile of a Child short feature! We play this show between our regularly scheduled programs.