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This Lesson Plan will help children develop problem solving and strategic thinking skills while playing a simple game of Tic Tac Toe...

A simple game played by two players on a 3x3 grid. Players take turn drawing X and O and whoever gets three X or three O in a row wins. Children will learn to think ahead and determine how to play to win or to block their opponent from winning. When the children learn the game well, most of the time it will end in a draw.

Understand matter, particles and states of matter through this Interactive Lesson Plan.

You are just a click (& share) away from becoming a citizen scientist! The moths & butterflies, the birds and frogs, the trees and flowers in locality need to be counted for and documented. Every gain of any beneficial species is a cause for celebration. Take a pause, check the living beings around you and make them count for entire ecosystem's gain. Be a part of India Biodiversity Portal.

This presentation is on the process of methodical counting and how to count such that no object gets counted more than once

This worksheet corresponds to the lesson plan for Methodical Counting. In this Lesson Plan we studied the process of methodical counting and how to count such that no object gets counted more than once.

The focus of this Lesson Plan is methodical counting of objects, so that each object gets counted once. It also highlights some strategies to count correctly such as:

When we started talking about the idea of growing Ragi (Finger Millet, Nachani, Naagli, Mandua, Koda, Aariyam in various languages) at school, we also decided to introduce Ragi in our school diet. Though Ragi is a perfect health food -- rich in calcium, protein, and iron -- it was not the most favourite with children!

What has an illustrated historical timeline got to do with Einstein's relativistic spacetime? Well, the very charms and constraints of teaching history go through the sharp edge of spacetime. Surprised?

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