The Gap: Science curriculum today focuses more on theories, laws and formulae than on exploration, observations and deductions.
Bridges the disconnect between concepts and their application
Ignites interest in science and science-related fields
Encourages understanding over rote-learning
Science is best understood when it is applied.
I hear and I forget
I see and I remember
I do and I understand
Engaging in an activity or experiencing a new event
Reflecting on the activity or experience where one observes different causes and their effects
Conceptualizing and developing the relation between causes and effects
Deciding what to do differently and putting it into action
The age and grade appropriate kits are designed to enable each learner to experience the testing, exploration and application of various science concepts.
100 science experiments
Available for Grades I–X
10 Activities per grade
Each experiment interlinks 4–5 concepts
The guidelines of the National Curriculum Framework (NCF) recommend the use of hands-on activities to impart science lessons as they help students gain an understanding of abstract concepts.
The pedagogically sound activity kits help students explore scientific concepts and apply those in their lives. Each kit consists of a set of 10 unique activities, aimed towards letting students experience science in real life.
A manual-cum-workbook for each student to record their observations and inferences. Schools can make workbook notes a part of their formative assessment framework. There are also various kinds of reports like Individual Student Reports, Teachers Reports and Management Reports.
High-quality instructional videos not only help students to complete the activities but also explain the science concepts and relate them to their day-to-day life.
Hands-on learning has its limitations. Every concept cannot be applied effectively. For instance, a student cannot check the effect of gravitational forces on the mass of an object. Our virtual labs come to the rescue.
These are the computer based activities through which students can reinforce the concept learnt in class and relate them to real life.
The step-wise experiments performed in a virtual lab setup include the NCERT prescribed experiments along with an additional set designed by our subject matter experts.
Students can validate concepts by exploring the effect of change in various parameters on a concept/entity. It helps a student test concepts for almost infinite possibilities.
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