Petrosains Online Learning

We believe that discovering and learning can take place at any time and anywhere. Our team has put together some unique and fun activities you and your loved ones can do side-by-side. Go on – try it out!

Try this at home!

Balancing Forks


Your challenge is to balance two forks at the edge of the wine glass with just a toothpick. Let’s watch this easy trick that you can try at home!

Melted Crayon


Do you have any crayons to spare? Let’s heat them up and make art out of it. Make sure you do with your parents, okay!

Hand Soap Dispenser


Let’s learn how you can make your own hand soap dispenser using Arduino!

How to Make Your Own Playdough


Let’s make your own playdough with this easy tutorial video!

Lukisan Bayang-bayang


Let’s make some arts! This video shows you how you can make use of the shadow to create your personal shadow’s painting!

DIY Origami Box


Let’s make your own origami box with this easy tutorial!

Acid Rain


Let’s do this simple experiment at home! Acid rain is caused by a chemical reaction when a certain element released into the air. This activity can help us understand the science behind it with ease.

Coffee Racing


Let’s try out this coffee racing challenge with your family at home!

Sabun dan Minyak


Mari cuba eksperimen ini untuk memahami bagaimana sabun bertindak balas dengan minyak di dalam air!

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle


3R (Reduce, Reuse, Recyle) is a very good practise to avoid wastage on resources. Little by little, everyone can make a difference. So the next time you are about to throw that plastic, think again! Let’s watch the video above to see the type of material and what it means.

Beeswax Food Wrap


Beeswax is an organic material that can easily melt when heated; however, it is safe to use for food wrapping. More importantly, this beeswax wrapping paper can be reused multiple times!

Fighting the Coronavirus


Let’s find out why the whole world depends on us in fighting the virus.

PPE Donning and Doffing


Watch this to understand better how our front liners put hygiene as the top priority.

Can Hand Sanitizer Catch on Fire


Find out how hand sanitizer can catch on fire with this informational video.

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9 Tips on How to Conduct Your Online Teaching Experience

#1: Record the Lesson

It’s best to record your lessons in case any one of your students are not able to attend due to a home emergency or sickness. Giving them the option to access your lessons at a later time is valuable.

#2: Teach with Visuals

With lessons now being taught through slideshows, you can use fun animation, imagery, audio and videos to keep your class engaged (especially the little ones)! As you’re not physically there to guide your students, they may have a tendency to lose focus. Hence, it would be a good idea to show your face every now and again as research shows that a familiar face commands attention.

#3: Get Organized

There are many online tools and websites, such as Blackboard, that you can use to organize your reading materials, allocate homework and set up quizzes! It’s the easiest way to stay organized.

#4: Keep Lessons Short

There are many things that can lead to distractions at home. Keep your lessons short and compact to ensure your students stay attentive.

#5: Identify Struggling Students

Some students may struggle in a new learning environment. Always monitor those students and have a one-to-one session with them if required. Find out what they’re struggling with and provide solutions to those problems.

#6: Check Students Who Aren’t Paying Attention

Make sure students are paying attention in class by periodically calling their names and asking questions. Fun activities and tasks are also a great way to keep students tuned in!

#7: Encourage Social Community

You can encourage your students to enter the group chat 15 minutes before a lesson to socialize with their classmates, which creates a positive social environment. They can talk to each other, discuss homework, and the added advantage is they won’t be late for class!

#8: Keep Your Availability

Set aside 1-2 hours a day for your students so they can set up meetings with you to discuss homework and school-related issues.

#9: Invest or Request for Good Equipment

It’s important to give your students the best learning experience at home, so do request or invest in good digital equipment such as webcams, microphones and speakers. If they aren’t in good working condition, you may encounter some difficulties or technical glitches which could disrupt the lesson.

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All About COVID-19

What is Coronavirus?

There is so much to learn about the Coronavirus. Coronaviruses are named for the crown-like spikes on their surface. There are four main sub-groupings of coronaviruses, known as Alpha, Beta, Gamma and Delta.

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Soap VS Hand Sanitizer

Learn the difference between soap and hand sanitizer. Let’s use a proper technique the next time we wash our hands.

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COVID-19 Trivia

Bored at home and feeling the itch to go out. Don’t ! Stay put at home and test your COVID-19 knowledge. Answer our daily COVID-19 trivias and find out if you are a smarty pants on COVID-19 or just learn and discover something new about COVID-19 !

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How Does Virus Spread?

The new coronavirus is a respiratory virus which spreads primarily through droplets. This can happen when an infected person coughs or sneezes, or through saliva or discharge from the nose.

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Watch and Learn



Interactive, experiential, and hands-on, Petrosains, The Discovery Centre is everything a science centre should be. With exhibits, in-reach and outreach activities that make learning STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fun, Petrosains is an extension of PETRONAS’ commitment to nation-building by nurturing the interest in STEM and driving the creation of a new generation of science and technology-minded, innovation-inspired Malaysians.

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