# Classroom Resources

## TLM for English Teaching

Teaching Learning Materials for English

## Representing Numbers

This worksheet makes the kids play with numbers and appreciate how these numbers (1-9) can be represented in different ways. Please add your feedback, especially after using it in your classroom.

## Learning Area and Perimeter through a Story

Stories are no new to the children. Children had always liked stories and as they grow up they love to enact the same. But as the children grow up we feel that stories are not necessary anymore but in reality, stories and the interest towards stories is never ending.

We all have observed that word based problems in Mathematics scares many children. Can stories help in addressing this problem?

## Make Paper Cup Plastic cover Parachute Toy

Making a proper parachute toy requires a little bit more efforts in terms of measurement and precision. Using a plastic cover with a paper cup can be a simpler model for smaller kids to enjoy making parachute. Replace the paper cup with a small weight and see what happens.

## What are Black Holes?

In the very hearts of galaxies, like our Milky Way, lurk giant black holes that sometimes evolve into monstrous powerhouses of light. How do we know that they exist? How are they born? How do they grow? Are they important in the ‘big picture’?

## Make A Jumping Cardboard Frog

This frog made with a piece of cardboard, rubber band and cello tape will jump suddenly and amaze the observer. A funny toy to demonstrate elasticity, potential and kinetic energy, acceleration etc. Some art work on the toy will make the toy look more interesting.

Materials needed: Cardboard piece, rubber band, cello tape and scissor

## Toys from waste CDs

What do you do with the old CDs at home, which aren't being used? How about involving your students to make some lovely toys out of it? We have curated some short videos on toys which can be made from old CDs.

CD Hovercraft

Discussion Points: Air Pressure, Newton's third Law

Blow and Float CD

## Ratio - At Right Angles Pullout

How does one introduce a topic like ratio, which is so widely present in daily life and so intimately connected with human experiences? Our cherished cultural achievements are permeated with it: music is full of ratios, as is art. Our daily existence involves cooking and shopping, and these are filled through and through with the usage of ratio. Shadows, which are present with us all through the day, offer a visual depiction of ratios in action.

## A Triangle Area Problem

Interesting problem on area and triangle.

## Problems for the Senior School July 2019

Some problems for the Senior School.

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