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You only need rubber band, bottle cups, a small plastic pipe (anything which looks like a small pipe), broomstick, glue, button (flad bead or washer) and make this simple toy which resembles a hoverboard. You can discuss elasticity, and the energy stored in a rubber band which when unwinds moves the toy. Also kids can learn about wheels and how they are fixed in moving objects like cars, bicyles etc.

CSpathshala national curriculum committee comprising computer scientists from top academic institutes as well as IT industry experts have explored various curricula framework and recommendations and have developed a computing curriculum suitable for K-12. The guidelines as well as the curriculum details are presented in the CSpathshala Curriculum document.

This is a Boomerang Paper Plane - yes it comes back to you.

Ater making this you can make a real paper based boomerang too.

All the lesson plans included in this booklet were developed by ENRE team and tried out (and sometime modified ) by the teachers and children’s groups of ENRE network. Originally these lesson plans were provided to a network of teachers as model lesson plans targeted for the children of class IV-IX in shape of bi-monthly ENRE newsletter ‘Basbhumi (Habitat)’. With the skill of ‘active learning methods’ imparted through our teachers' training, they have tried out each activity with their students in their class or as extra curricular activity for last 2-3 years.

This article talks about an activity where students make global connect and share about their history, culture and tradition. This is an effective way to enhance the communication skills and bring confidence in the classroom. Making connections with the educators across the globe will lead to a collaborative efforts of learning on a global platform. Taking SGDs (Sustainable Development Goals) in the classroom becomes easy. So let's Skype and learn...

Skype and Learning

This interactive lesson plan will help learners understand Newton's laws of motion. Teachers can derive their own lesson plan ideas also from this.

Use a straw and some paper and make this awesome glider or you can also call it a straw plane.

"Green Games' is a selection of Environmental Education games-old and new-which have proved to be effective and popular with both adults and children. Some of the games in this manual have been developed by CEE. Some others are adaptations of popular EE games, modified to suit the Indian context. Most games in the manual need little inputs in terms of materials. They are also flexible enough to be played with larger groups of players, like in a school or a college setting.

One fact about most living organisms is that they grow rapidly during the initial stages of their lives. You yourself have been growing taller since you were born. In fact, you will continue growing in height until you are about 18-20 years of age.

How does this happen? When a building grows in height, we know it is because we add more construction material to it. When a human being himself/herself grows in height, what is the mechanism that leads to an increase in height? Let's find out!

“How can I make my classes interesting?”

“Are there activities for making students more enthusiastic?”

These are questions often asked by teachers in myriad schools. Fortunately, there does exist a number of activities and games that could make classroom teaching stimulating and motivate students to learn better so why not take a look?

1. RUNNING DICTATION

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