hands on activity

When will you see what phase of moon? Would you be able to see first quarter in the early morning sky? Would you be able to see third crescent in the western sky?

How can you make a bottle suck a balloon?

You have read in the class that snakes don't have ears and they only respond to vibrations. Arvind Gupta invites you to make an artificial snake that dances not to your tunes but the wind you blow!

A simple sugar solution, unstirred, will make you question the statement that the light travels in a straight line. Check it for yourself!

 

There is a standard experiment of the double cone going uphill when placed on a ramp. This is the low cost adaptation of the same. 

Stick magnets with the same pole up in bottle lids. Float them in water. The two magnets will repel and travel far away. Three arrange in the shape of a triangle. Four make a square formation. So, place more magnets and have fun making different formations!

Demonstrate the effects of temperature difference for higher graders & for the younger ones it is nothing short of magic! Do it today.

Explore the concepts of rotation, reflection through a discarded CD & a bottle.

The primary school of Razmalpur, Mariyahu Block, Jaunpur U.P. conducted a science exhibition under the guidance of Shivam Singh (Asst Teacher) in 2015. The students explained the projects and models to the villagers. The sense of ownership of the project significantly boosted the students' confidence.

Music credits: Taare Zamin Par, composed by Shankar Ehsaan Loy, copyright under T-series

Wear the hat of a magician and vanish things to enthrall your audience this weekend! All you need is 2 set of beakers, water and oil.

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