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Paper Chromatography is a Cool Chemistry Science Experiment for Kids to do at Home or in School. In this Experiment Kids learn How Vegetables and Fruits Get the Color . Learn about the color mixing . Cool Science Experiment for Kids to do at Home.
Items Required : Fruits, Flowers, Ethanol, Chemistry Labware

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With the help of this Lesson Plan children will start understanding and appreciating visual patterns.

Some Practice questions to work with visual patterns.

Through this presentation children will develop an understanding of visual patterns.

A significant source of air pollution, so visible in our urban centers, is emissions from motorized vehicles. This article describes a clean energy approach to vehicular transport. Solar energy can be harnessed to produce hydrogen, which can be converted to electricity on-demand to drive electric vehicles.

Can there be anything common between the change in pitch of the sound of a motor bike as it zips past us and the light emitted by distant stars as they move away from us? Yes! They are subjected to the Doppler effect.

Many scientific concepts can be understood and demonstrated through simple experiments, using locally available low-cost material. This article presents a few simple but exciting experiments that can be used to understand foundational principles in physics.

By cutting the end of a straw you can create a reed instrument that you can actually play a tune on. You can also learn some things about the science of sound and music.

Also look at this video to make a reed based flute only with straws. Looks simple but you need to try this with your students.

Pose these problems to the Senior School students...

Factors and multiples, tables and long division – students who are relieved at mastering these in numbers are confounded when the same topics rear their head in algebra. Here is a nice collection of problems that allow students to play with algebraic expressions and study them through the lens of divisibility.

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