For all kids between the ages of 9 and 13, this kit consists of the following five Do-It- Yourself activities:
The heat may scorch, humidity may soar, classrooms may be empty and classmates may meet lesser frequently – but nothing can stop imagination! With our Science Adventure Box, we assure to keep the gears of your imagination constantly churning out new ideas that are not just fun, but are even educative!
Makes LEARNING FUN & enables DEEPER UNDERSTANDING OF CONCEPTS.
Enables 21st century skills of INNOVATION & PROBLEM SOLVING through Project Based Learning (PBL) approach.
Triggers CURIOSITY & ignites the spark of Science and CREATIVITY in your child.
Improves ATTENTION SPAN & PERSEVERANCE among children in this fast paced world of instant gratification
Increases MOTIVATION TO LEARN.
DIY Materials: Child friendly materials to build working models and conduct activities
Activity Book that includes:
- Colourful illustrations to guide a child through model making process.
- Observation questions that help develop important critical skills like” attention to right detail” thereby developing scientific temper.
- Exercise questions to test your child’s understanding of the concepts.
- Concept map -Entire topic summarised in one page with pictorial representations.
- Magic Bed
- Hydraulic Jack
- Projectile Launcher
- Non Contact Force
- Magnetic Force
- Force, Pressure & Area
- Force Multiplication
- Pascal’s Law
- Contact & Non Contact Forces
- Magnetic and Non – Magnetic material
- Magnetic Attraction and Repulsion
- Magnetic Levitation
- Magneto Tracer
- Making your own magnet
- Making your own compass
- Magnetic vs Non Magnets Material
- Properties of Magnets
- Working of Maglev Trains
- Heating effects of electric current
- Magnetic elects of electric current: Electromagnet
- Electromagnetic crane
- Understanding the battery
- Heating effects &
- Magnetic effects of electric current of electric current
- How do disc brakes work? (sliding friction)
- How do rollers in printers work?
- Using lubricants to reduce friction
- Using ball bearings to reduce friction (Rolling friction)
- What is friction?
- Static friction (friction feed)
- Sliding friction (disc brakes in automobiles)
- Rolling friction (Ball bearings)
- Symbols: Categorize the given materials in the corresponding box!
- Identify the type of battery and bulb you have
- Connecting a battery to a bulb
- Making a switch
- Test of conductors and insulators
- Making a closed circuit using a real switch
- Electric Circuits and their uses
- Electric circuit symbols
- Types of batteries and bulbs
- Closed vs. Open circuits
- Insulators vs. conductors
- Types of switches