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Behind the humble chilli is a fascinating story that takes one around the world. This story is not just about the spicy chilli, but also about the adventures of brave warriors and traders, about stormy seas and new lands. Enjoy this fascinating account written by a renowned expert on globalization.

In this presentation by Swati Sircar from Shikshamitra hints at the shapes who are behind the constructions.

Sometimes a silent one minute video shows us the mirror of our own greed and exploitative beast in us. Take this as a seed idea, start a discussion, make them see the darker side of 'development', invite them for a debate, inspire them to work at it at school & home level and help spawn next generation of climate warriors.

Get introduced to triangles, in this presentation by Swati Sircar from Shikshamitra - what they are, what they aren't, the parts that make up a triangle and the different types of them

There is much to Marie Curie's remarkable story than just factually reducing it to a closed quiz question of 'Name the 1st  female scientist to win a Nobel?'.

Learners are interested to learn lexical and grammatical aspects through innovative methods. Introducing different activities and games in the classroom will lead to successful understanding of it When learning is filled with fun, learners are motivated and encouraged to learn everything intelligently.

Seeing their learners develop a good reading habit is every parent’s and teacher’s dream. The increased screen time on various digital devices seems to have enthused the young learners and it equally piqued the older generation. The debate of reduced reading habits because of the ubiquitous devices is nowhere settled. But then, is it right to blame only the digital media for this problem? We are not going to judge the arguments of both the sides.

This video demonstrates a simple experiment to show the rectilinear propagation of light using simple materials. You can easily do this your classroom or at your home and discuss the nature of light with your students. 

This book How Far is Far by Sukanya Sinha can engage the kids in understanding the concept of distance, measurement and units. Don't miss the Fun with Measuring activities at the end, which can be easily done in any classroom.

A nice animation to help kid get interested in understanding water cycle. Concepts like evaporation, condensation, precipitation is explained in simple ways which helps kid understand it on themselves. Explore more videos on this youtube channel Peekaboo Kidz for small kids.

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