Math is a cakewalk

January 18, 2021

Mathematics, for many students, is no less scary than a demon. Many students feel sleepy as soon as they open the Mathematics book. They just give up saying that they can’t do it. Unfortunately, math avoidance leads to less competency, exposure and math practice, leaving students more anxious and mathematically unprepared to realize learning goals. […]

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Practical work encourages self-learning

January 18, 2021

When you do something with your own hands you remember better. Students of Cambridge Primary were given a task on practically understanding the water suction ability of roots and stem, they participated actively in the creative activities to understand the functioning of the plant and plant parts.

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Math Day Celebration

January 18, 2021

Srinivasa Ramanujan’s contribution to the theory of numbers includes pioneering discoveries in the field of Mathematics. He was one of India’s mathematical geniuses. He made substantial contributions to the analytical theory of numbers. His birth anniversary on 22 nd December is celebrated as National Mathematics Day to honour the achievements of the Mathematics Genius. Inquirers […]

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Puppetry through Science

January 18, 2021

Students of Grade 4 became the Puppet master today to present their Shadow Puppet show to the class. During this activity parents also helped their kids to present in their busy schedule. Budding scientists represented this as a part of their lesson light and shadow. L️earning outcome: Shadow Puppets are Silhouettes used to make a […]

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