Learning Units

Learning Units are modules designed around different themes in Science and Mathematics. The units are related to the curriculum of the respective classes but often extend beyond the textbook’s content. These are designed to be conducted as a part of Science Circle activities in the schools by interested students mentored by their teachers. Each learning unit has a student’s version, which is freely downloadable, and a teacher’s version (only available to teachers upon registration). Some of the Learning Units also have bilingual versions. Some Learning Units have support videos tagged, which may help give a quick preview of the LU and bring attention to certain nuances of the unit. Read More

Class 8

Learning Units

Areas of Shapes between Parallel Lines

Colors and Maps

Euclid’s Game

Exploring a Dot Grid Through Rectangles

Finding the right path

Is Your Polygon Same as Mine?

An Experiment on Measuring Volume

Bringing Back Shine to Copper

Components of Wood-ash

Force between magnets

Looking through a microscope

Moon and its shape

Osmosis in raisins


Pinhole Camera

Shades From Shapes


The Journey from Milk to Curd

Twists in the Fibres

Understanding Adolescence

Understanding Gender

What the Moths Taught Us

Can you map?

Know your Rice!

Microorganisms at Our Doorstep

Rediscover, Describe and Draw Birds

Class 9

Learning Units

An Exploration of Fractals

Counting Areas

Exploring Irrational Numbers

Exploring Patterns in Square Numbers

Mid-Point Quadrilaterals

‘Music’ : What it means?

Archimedes Principle

Biodiversity and Classification

Changes during evaporation

How “X” got its chemical identity

Is there protein in those grains?

Motion and graphs

My Food, My Choice

Precise and Accurate Measurements

The Accidental Discovery

Where is My Shadow?

Know Your Soil

Seasons in the life of a Tree

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