DIY

This is "how to make a low-cost fraction kit" inspired by Jodo Gyan (https://jodogyan.org/), Pullouts and other sources. It includes

1. fraction circles and sectors showing unit fractions

2. fractions strips which can be combined to form fraction wall

Making a proper parachute toy requires a little bit more efforts in terms of measurement and precision. Using a plastic cover with a paper cup can be a simpler model for smaller kids to enjoy making parachute. Replace the paper cup with a small weight and see what happens.

This frog made with a piece of cardboard, rubber band and cello tape will jump suddenly and amaze the observer. A funny toy to demonstrate elasticity, potential and kinetic energy, acceleration etc. Some art work on the toy will make the toy look more interesting.

Materials needed: Cardboard piece, rubber band, cello tape and scissor 

 

 

What do you do with the old CDs at home, which aren't being used? How about involving your students to make some lovely toys out of it? We have curated some short videos on toys which can be made from old CDs.

CD Hovercraft

Discussion Points: Air Pressure, Newton's third Law

Blow and Float CD

Use a straw and some paper and make this awesome glider or you can also call it a straw plane.

You can't get it any easier. Pump air into a balloon and help students explore how valves function.

Use trash to make your own basic helicopter model

 A projector made from trash can be used to demonstrate holographic illusion and to explore symmetry, illusion & reflection.

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