Classroom Resources

With Corona Virus spreading across the world, it has become important for everyone to play their role in stopping it. It's very important to understand infectious disease and Pandemic at this moment, as there's a lot of wrong information flowing around it everywhere. Given below is a list of resources which can be used by teachers in their classroom to understand and also act in halting an epidemic.

Here is a fun set of activities, survey, perspective and information on Sanitary waste designed using Nai Taleem pedagogy.

Bangalore based waste crusaders sat together to compile a set of themes that would encourage children to know, learn and act about the solid waste issues in and around their locality.

Arrow cards originated as static cards in Montessori and were adopted in mainstream with the addition of arrow - an extension that can be used to hold the cards up (together) to display for an entire class.

These arrow cards can be extended for decimal numbers. To ensure that the numbers can be extended on either side (i.e. to thousands etc. on the left and to ten-thousandths etc. on the right), the arrow has been replaced by a groove at the decimal point.

Protect yourself, your school, your family and friends from the onslaught of fake news and pseudo science. Get to the core of Coronavirus infection by this lucid video from AsapScience.

Pentominoes have started entering primary math textbooks. More generally, polyominoes are great for recreational math and school math. Here is how to make them and links to how they can be used.

Tangrams are popular for recreational math as well as for school math. Here are some layouts to make them from cardboards, link to (i) making a full set from one A4 sheet and (ii) various ways to use them.

Some geometric concepts and properties of some shapes can be explored with straw models. How to make and how to use such models are included.

A model to derive the volume formula height × base area for prisms to details on making and using the model.

There are two sets of algebraic identities usually taught at the school level - (i) the quadratic ones and (ii) the cubic ones. Both can be modeled in a low-cost way. Nets of solids can be used for the cubic identities. Layouts of both are included along with links to uses.


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