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

The journey of Information and Communication Technology in Indian school education started through National Policy on Education in India in the year 1984-1986, modified in 1992, stressing the need to include technology in school education to improve the quality of education. This policy led to two central schemes for ICT and Education in 2004, revised in 2010, focusing mostly on computer literacy and Computer Aided Learning.

Reforms in assessments have been extensively deliberated in India. National policies and commissions before Independence, such as the Hartog Committee (1929) and Sargent Plan (1944) as well as those post-independence such as the Mudaliar Commission (1953), Kothari Commission (1964), National Policy on Education (NPE) 1968 and ‘86, Learning Without Burden (1993) and National Curriculum Framework (NCF) 2000 and 2005 have recommended changes in the examination system.

"Green Games' is a selection of Environmental Education games-old and new-which have proved to be effective and popular with both adults and children. Some of the games in this manual have been developed by CEE. Some others are adaptations of popular EE games, modified to suit the Indian context. Most games in the manual need little inputs in terms of materials. They are also flexible enough to be played with larger groups of players, like in a school or a college setting.

One fact about most living organisms is that they grow rapidly during the initial stages of their lives. You yourself have been growing taller since you were born. In fact, you will continue growing in height until you are about 18-20 years of age.

How does this happen? When a building grows in height, we know it is because we add more construction material to it. When a human being himself/herself grows in height, what is the mechanism that leads to an increase in height? Let's find out!

“How can I make my classes interesting?”

“Are there activities for making students more enthusiastic?”

These are questions often asked by teachers in myriad schools. Fortunately, there does exist a number of activities and games that could make classroom teaching stimulating and motivate students to learn better so why not take a look?

1. RUNNING DICTATION

Drinking underwater candle is a Fun Science Experiment to observe the change in th

Paper Chromatography is a Cool Chemistry Science Experiment for Kids to do at Home or in School. In this Experiment Kids learn How Vegetables and Fruits Get the Color . Learn about the color mixing . Cool Science Experiment for Kids to do at Home.
Items Required : Fruits, Flowers, Ethanol, Chemistry Labware

For more interesting and cool Science Experiments, you can visit ZLife Youtube Channel

With the help of this Lesson Plan children will start understanding and appreciating visual patterns.

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