The links below are to download the templates that are part of the book "Read and Learn! 01", suitable for children aged 8 and over.


With 168 pages divided into 7 chapters - Time Travel, The Magic of Science, I Only Believe by Seeing, The Scientists, Nature, The Universe and Fables, this book offers a captivating learning journey, with manual activities and scientific experiments to awaken curiosity of children.

Animation with 2 frames
Template to make a simple animation.

Walking elephant
This jump is simply incredible! The kids adore it and it's super easy to do. You will need a glue, weight, stiletto and a ruler to build it. The instructions are available on YouTube, Click here to access the video or use Google Lens to scan the QR code that is not available.

Ames illusion
The "Ames Illusion" is usually presented as two tables or two boxes that seem to be of different sizes. But, this only happens because one of the tables is tilted to the top and the other to the bottom. The angle of the tables deceives our perception, making the table tilted downwards seem smaller.

Ebbinghaus illusion
When we smell for two equal figures, one on top of the other, our brains can deceive us by making the top figure appear smaller than the bottom one. It is an interesting trick that shows how we interpret or size things depending on what is around.


Double image illusion
This illusion is a visual phenomenon in which a single image is perceived as two different images, many times overlapping or close to each other. This can occur for various reasons, including distortions in visual perception, variations in light intensity, or specific image characteristics.

Challenging illusions
These images are perfect for explaining an optical illusion because at first sight they normally trick our brain.

Perspective illusion
These illusions explore the characteristics of the perception of depth, distance and size of two objects in relation to the point of view of the observer. They often challenge our natural understanding of perspective and can create intriguing and misleading visual effects.


Illusion of negative
Also known as the color reversal illusion or the reverse color illusion, it is a visual phenomenon in which the colors of an image are perceived opposite to what they really are. In other words, the light colors seem dark, and the dark colors seem light. It isso creating an inversion or reversal in the image cores, making it visually intriguing.

Paper fish
This file is to be used in the experiment that demonstrates that the detergent decreases the force of the superficial tension of the water.