Investigating Transpiration

Investigating Transpiration

3rd graders learnt that plants transpire. That they lose water to the heat from the sun through stomata. To investigate this further, they trooped to the school garden, chose two lush plants, one exposed to sunlight and another in the shade and tied a plastic cover...
Living & Non-Living Things

Living & Non-Living Things

4th graders classified things into living and non-living and subsequently the living into groups based on their looks, places of living, presence or absence of backbone, eating behaviour, actions, similarities and...
Simba The Lion King

Simba The Lion King

This Saviskara Saturday was for paying obeisance to the king of the jungle on the silver screen. Children were excited from the time they were told that a trip to the cinema was scheduled and they thoroughly enjoyed the...
Wealth Out Of Waste

Wealth Out Of Waste

Little hands and imaginative minds came together in a creative burst of energy during the activity, “Best Out of Waste”. Children enthusiastically participated to make decorative and usable items using stuff that would be considered...
Checking out oil pollution

Checking out oil pollution

2nd grade children learnt about how oil spills pollute and affect the life of birds and animals as a part of their science lesson Living Things in their Environment. To relate to what they had learnt a bird feather was soaked in a mix of oil and water for a few...
Scientific Enquiry – Stems

Scientific Enquiry – Stems

Investigating Stems – Do they really transport food & water? The budding scientists of 3rd grade wanted to check the veracity of the claim that stems transport transport water and nutrients from the root to other parts of the plant. They soaked the stems of...