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Interactive video lesson plan for: Appu And Friends In The Trees (4K)

Activity overview:

The monkey couple are lucky. They can hop from one tree to another any day. All they need to do is. Cling on to some vines and make sure their landing is right.
The rest of the Appu gang want to join them up in the trees too. Stretchy knows that the best leaves are high up in the trees, and all of them want to be up there for the view. Now, the question is how do they do that without Appu's magic?
They use vines and tie it around stretchy and throw one end over a branch. No amount of pulling gets her off the ground. This prompts Neena to share a scientific concept. The pulley mechanism, the wheel that smoothens movement.
The gang realizes that it does help, but not much. It's still too much effort... Now comes an even better idea from Neena. She suggests they use a double pulley to quicken the process.
It sure works. They need lesser people to pull Stretchy up. Appu suddenly stops, and it suddenly strikes him that they can have a lot more fun using this device.
Want to know what it is? Watch the episode. This will surely blow your mind.

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