This activity will introduce students to the introductory Scratch environment and allow them to read code, debug it, and create their solutions. Students will learn to graph points on the coordinate plane and construct their own algorithms to create, test, and debug their code and explain code parts through comments.
Age group: 10-12 years
Requirements: Offline Scratch software
This is a fun way to demonstrate the concept of gravity and magnetic force to young children of the age group 8 to 10 years with few materials easily.
Age group: 8-10 years
Requirements: Stick, String, Paperclips, Scissors, Strong Magnets,Metal Ruler or wooden ruler with tape to attach magnets, Blocks, books or materials for stacking
This fun activity helps to bring artwork and papercraft to life. Students show their creative side using electronics and arts. A paper circuit is a low-voltage electronic circuit that is created on paper or cardboard using conductive copper tape, LEDs and a power source such as a coin-cell battery.
Age group: 10-15 years
Requirements: Paper, Copper tape, Coin cell battery, Led, Pen or Color pens for arts, Clips or cello tape