Experiments

Scientists, engineers, teachers and many more have helped us over the years in designing the experiments.

These experiments are delivered to school in boxes. We provide experiments to the schools in boxes. The boxes are available 24X7 for 365 days. The teachers can pick an experiment from the box, as it relates to that day’s lesson, take it to the classroom and use it to explain the concept.  Later children can play with the same experiment to reinforce the concept.

Solving simple equations using tiles. Concept of sound using toy telephone. Demonstrate LCM (Lowest Common Multiple) with buttons and number board. Pascal’s law using rubber ball and syringe.

This video illustrates how teachers use our experiments to teach children in schools.
Solution
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Show LCM (Lowest Common Multiple) with buttons and number board
Ratio using scaling up of
garland
Chemical and physical changes using magnesium ribbon, wax and candle
Conservation of momentum using
metal balls
Concept of sound using toy
telephone
Pascal’s law using rubber ball and
syringe
Solving simple equations using tiles. Example 2x+1 = x + 6. Find value of x.
(x = 5)
Magnetic properties like attraction, repelling, directions using magnets, metal pieces