- Newton’s Disc
- Includes newton disc’s EVA base, motor, disc, battery cap
- Testing the Nature of Oxide of a metal
- Includes magnesium ribbon, candle, sand paper, holder, red and blue litmus paper, spatula, test tube
- Mechanism of Breathing
- Includes transparent CAN, Y-tube, small balloons, big balloon
- Heating Effect of an Electric Current
- Includes nichrome wire, battery cap
- Image formation using concave mirror
- Image formation using convex mirror
- Includes convex and concave mirror, mirror stand, screen and candle
- Image formation using convex lens
- Image formation using concave lens
- Includes convex and concave lens, lens stand, screen and candle
- Working of compass
- Magnetic effect of an electric current
- Includes compass, battery cap, wire
- Measuring temperature using thermometer
- Includes thermometer
- Change in the color of copper sulphate when react with IRON
- Includes copper sulphate, iron nails, beaker
- Transportation in animals and plants
- Includes siphon pump, 2xpipes, Kmno4, two paper cups, m-seal, piece of cloth
- Heat Transfer
- Includes heat transfer EVA sheet, 3xiron rods, iron balls, candle, pipe, transparemt sheet
- Electric Circuit with Switch
- Includes electric circuit EVA sheet, 2 x bulbs, 2 x bulb holder, 2 x battery cap, x aluminum plates (Act as a Switch), 8 x screws, 2 x wires, screw drive
WHY HANDS-ON LEARNING?
The way children learn is different from adults. They don’t reach for the manual before operating TV. They LEARN BY DOING, by interacting with the world around them. The interactive models are designed around how children learn.
Step 1: DISCOVER – the properties of each material that they will use to build the material. Helps relate to the world around them.
Step 2: BUILD – the model using the material with the guidance of the story board. Helps develop the skill of ‘hand-mind’ coordination.
Step 3: UNDERSTAND – Use the model to get a practical understanding of the concept. Helps them develop analytical thinking abilities.
Step 4: EXPLORE – different ‘what if’ scenarios using the models. Helps develop creative, imaginative abilities.
Step 5: CONNECT – concepts in real life with the models built. Helps develop skills for practical application.
Step 6: REVISE – the concept using the concept map. Helps remember the concept for exams and thereafter.
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