Toys from Trash

Use trash to make your own basic helicopter model

Make some beautiful cubes from beads this weekend. Easy? Are you ready for the 4 challenges at the end of the activity?

Arvind Gupta shows how you can make a simple pinhole camera.

A pencil to explore rotation, resonance, Newton's colour wheel, toys from trash? Yes, please! Arvind Gupta demonstrates it for you.

How many uses can you think of for a paper clip? Inside the classroom, as a TLM.

Lenses cost money & when broken they are useless. Is there a low-cost alternative to it?

You can't find a simpler explanation & demonstration of why train wheels are not cylindrical but have a conical taper. Rajkishore send us this video made by Team Arvind Gupta.

Real-life activities such as art design or trying to arrange objects to fit into a certain space are geometrical in nature and provide a host of opportunities for children to participate in mathematical inquiry. These activities explore them how.

We use forces all the time to move things, lift things and travel. A force is a push or a pull that makes an object do something. For instance, when you kick a ball, it is the force that you apply while kicking that causes the ball to move. Forces can make things change directions, speed, and shape. Force is one of the most important aspects in the discipline of science and it is essential that we have at least a basic understanding of this concept.

The Concept of how magnetic train runs is explained in a very simple manner. It also gives a hint about the ‘perpetual’ motion.

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