Mimicries

Synopsis
Why are they alike? How are they different?

The natural world is full of mimicry -- things with similar shapes, patterns, or movements. Mimicries, a natural science program for 3-to-7-year-olds, sparks children's curiosity and hones their observation skills and nurtures an interest in science.
Instead of providing answers, Mimicries is designed to encourage children to use their creativity, imagination, and logical thinking to arrive at their own explanations. With its a lively pace, the program offers a mix of 1-to-3-minute segments combining live-action footage, computer graphics and animation.

Examples of episodes

Black and White
Stars
Upside-Down
Mystery Objects
Faces
Ball-Shaped Eyes
Swirling Flows
Eyespots
Digging
Folds
Fooled You
Close
Yellow Eyes
Layers
Secrets of Hexagons
Spinning Around
Billowing
More episodes are in production.
Award
"Best Television Program Award, Television Program" Taiwan International Children's Film Festival, 2016
"STEM Competition Award"
Chicago International Children's Film Festival, 2016