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You keep folding the SALT & PEPPER BOX (Din-Raat) and simultaneously keep telling the story.

What you will see and appreciate in the beautiful creations out of leaves on the accompanying pages, and the thoughts these pictures will trigger in your mind. all have elements of the 'scientific temper', of the 'scientific attitutde. about which you would have perhaps come across countless mentions and discussions on earlier occasions But you would have found few solid examples of what, meant by these words, In this lovely booklet, you will find several examples which contain the elements aforementioned. Several others you will he able to create yourself.

Activities around Science and Craft - to make your children play and learn together and that too from simple materials or trash you throw away.

This book contains so many activities on toys you can make, play and learn so much about Science and Art.

Children from the very beginning should be encouraged and persuaded to make use of their heads and hands. Read this book and try making the toys on your own. Going through this book, if you don't understand something, think it over, apply your own mind and try something on your own and by yourself. If what you make does not quite look like the toy shown in the book, but but works, the same way or differently, this is even better.

This book is a collation of some interesting activities - geometry by paper folding, toys, tangrams, pumps, caps, experiments, and simple science models. These activities are interspersed with inspiring stories on education, peace, environment and mathematics. More than one thousand line drawings illustrate the text. This book follows no strict order or hierarchy. It is not meant for any specific age group, nor does it supplement or complement textbooks. This book shows possibilities of doing science with simple things.

This book is a collation of some interesting activities - geometry by paper folding, toys, tangrams, pumps, caps, experiments, and simple science models. These activities are interspersed with inspiring stories on education, peace, environment and mathematics. More than one thousand line drawings illustrate the text. This book follows no strict order or hierarchy. It is not meant for any specific age group, nor does it supplement or complement textbooks. This book shows possibilities of doing science with simple things.

This booklet lists a few innovative experiments for learning science. Many of them I learnt from interesting children, people and books. The English title of this book LITTLE SCIENCE has been taken from the magazine SCIENCE AGE where most of these articles first appeared.

An attempt has been made in the book to show how some of modern junk (like tetra packs) can be recycled into joyous toys.

This booklet attempts to give a glimpse of some of the experiments and toys designed as part of the Hoshangabad Science Teaching Programme. Intensive use is made of things which are commonly available and with which the children are familiar. Many of the experiments were designed, often with the help of village children and teachers, in response to the dismal poverty existing in most village school.

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