Hands on Science

Arvind Gupta invites you to explore the concept of surface tension through ordinary kitchen materials like soap water and pepper.

Can you swing a bucket of water around in a circle over your head without getting wet?

This weekend have fun with your balloon powered boat & say thanks to Newton's 3rd law of motion.

Yes, you can build a motor where you don't need a magnet! Check it out.

We often hear "There are many examples of solid and liquid, we can understand them easily but when comes on gases it becomes difficult to set its example or show its formation. It is a cost effective experiment". Well, here is one activity that addresses these challenges. 
These experiments were done at Upper Primary School, Heena, Uttarkashi

Can you bend the flow of water? Yes, by these timetested fun experiments!

Use trash & trumpet your recycling skills!

Textbooks just tell that heart pumps blood to the rest of the body. This lesson plan provides an opportunity for a practical demonstration of how the heart works.

It is an educator's guide for teaching science, mathematics & technology .It can be used across all age groups. It is a sheer pleasure to go through this immensely inspiring hands-on activities book.


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