Select Page

Class Activities

Heat

Heat

Activity 1 Take a rod or flat strip of a metal, say of aluminium or iron. Fix a few small wax pieces on the rod. These pieces should be at nearly equal distances. Clamp the rod to a stand. If you do not find a stand, you can put one end of the rod in between bricks....

Nutrition in Plants

Nutrition in Plants

Activity 1.1 Activity 1.1 asks us to put a plant in the dark for 72 hours, test its leaf for the presence of the starch with iodine and compare the result with a plant kept in sunlight. How do we do a test for the starch We first put the leaf in a boiling solution of...

Concept of Subtraction- some strategies

Concept of Subtraction- some strategies

Strategy 1: Using Manipulatives or objects Step 1: Take some colored buttons ( 20 buttons) on a check board. Step 2: Speak aloud  that you are taking away 5 buttons from the 20 kept on the check board. Step 3: Ask children to do back ward counting starting from 20 and...

Types Of Accounts

Types Of Accounts

Types of Accounts Step 1: Begin the class by choosing three volunteers in the class. Step 2: Name the first volunteer “Names” Step 3: Name the second volunteer “Tangible”: this includes things around you that you can see Step 4: Name the third volunteer “Intangible”:...

Past perfect tense

Step 1. Write down three sentences in three different tenses denoting the same action and ask the students to observe the difference . a. He reached station . b. He has reached station . c. He had reached station before the train arrived . Step 2. Ask questions on...

Past Continuous Tense

Past Continuous Tense

Step 1. Ask a few simple questions using past continuous tense related to day to day activities done in past such as yesterday , last night , last evening etc . Such as : What were you doing at eight o'clock last night ? I saw you in the market yesterday . What were...

Present Continuous Tense

Present Continuous Tense

Step 1. Write a few sentences using present continuous tense on board . Step 2. Ask a student to read them . Step 3. Ask another student to enact the action before the class and then repeat the sentence using action . Step 4. Ask children to frame a few sentences in...

Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Tense

Step 1. Ask the students to name a few actions and write them on the black board . Step 2. Choose an action and ask a student to use it in a sentence . Step 3. Ask on other student whether the sentence is correct . Step 4 . Ask another child about the tense of the...