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Can Playing Prepare your Child to Face Life?

Your child’s body doesn’t know the difference between playing and exercising. But their mind sure knows when they are having fun. We adults call it working out, while our children call it playing. Ever felt like your kid is whiling away precious time while indulging in fun and games? Well, that’s okay, it sometimes worries

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Curtailing your Kid’s Phone Usage: Good or Bad?

Have you ever had one of those discussions with your children: How as kids, you went around running, climbing trees, chasing your friends while playing catch-catch? Right after which, you see your son spend his summer sitting on the phone or the iPad. And the generational gap hits you in the face like a dodgeball!?

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The Science Behind Transpiration: Do plants sweat?

Transpiration in Plants Transpiration is the loss of water from plants in the form of water vapour. Imagine, during your summer vacations, you go to play football outside. The Sun is scorching hot. One thing you need right now, more than scoring a goal, is a bottle of water! Any living being for that matter needs

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We All Have a Puppeteer

Before I disclose who your puppeteer is, I want you to play a game. No, it’s not you. 😉 You have to stare into your friend’s eyes and whoever blinks first will lose. With this, one thing is clear,you are not the puppeteer of your own body because you have to try so hard to

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1 Tool Away from Improving Your Cognitive Skills

Wonder why some of your friends are faster at grasping concepts in class?  via GIPHY Earlier we shared 5 ways to improve your critical thinking. Likewise, we will share the secret of being the fastest learner in class. Time to put your ThinkTacap  on. via GIPHY Now you must have figured that cognition is merely

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The One True Way To Make Learning Fun For Your Child

Fun? What’s that? After a  long day at work, you come back home exhausted and you just want to sleep. But then you remember that your little one has his homework to do. With the diminishing energy that you have, you sit with him to do his homework, only to see him apathetic and unresponsive

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Theoretical Learning vs Experiential Learning

via GIPHY TACtivity To Understand Simplicity  Nowadays, the biggest hurdle to overcome is the kid’s attitude towards Science.  You might think that it is boring or you simply don’t understand it.  However, you may realise that declaring Science to be tough is simpler than trying to understand why! Textbooks earlier said, ‘Man needs air, water,

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Road To Innovation

The young India needs to adopt the same approach and enthusiasm like they did for #HumFitTohIndiaFit Challenge, by supporting our country’s “Future Ready” vision.  You may be wondering that the Fitness challenge was endorsed by A-list celebrities and personalities, in order to successfully spread the message.  Then how can YOU make a difference? Let’s not

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5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Critical Thinking Abilities

Remember as a kid when the biggest decision you made was whether to buy that Dairy Milk or that packet of Lays’ with your ten-rupee budget? From childhood to adulthood – and even right now – we continually create descriptive plans of how to optimum use of the limited money or the precious time that we have.

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The Secret to Unleash Your Inner Science Maestro!

“Curvilinear motion is defined as a motion that occurs when a particle travels along a curved path, which can be in two dimensions (in a plane), or in three dimensions. This type of motion is more complex than rectilinear (straight-line) motion” Source Clueless? Me too. via GIPHY Is science giving you a hard time? Well, what

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Are We Losing The Elon Musk In Us?

Let your child be the superhero he admires. Youngsters are brought into the world with a characteristic inclination to learn. From that point on, they set out on the adventure of revelation dallying with their environment, forming circumstances to their benefit and making the most inventive inquiries. Science is a programme already embedded in our mind. Wonder HOW? These

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History of Science in Modern India -Part II

By D.C.V. Mallik (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Retd.) With inputs from Procheta C.V. Mallik Institution Building by Indians in India A more mundane necessity led to the spread of Western college education. The regions where the East India Company had firmly established their rule were to be administered effectively. New territories were being acquired rapidly.

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History of Science in Modern India -Part I

By D.C.V. Mallik (Indian Institute of Astrophysics, Retd.) With inputs from Procheta C.V. Mallik Beginning of Western Science & Education in India Background India has had a long scientific tradition going back to ancient times. Serious investigations in subjects like Astronomy, Mathematics, Medicine and Metallurgy were carried out over the centuries starting at pre-Vedic times.

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The Second Machine Age

The First Machine Age, also called the Industrial Age was all about automation of manual labour and horse-powered machines.  It started in the 17th century and progressed on a massive scale until the last few decades of the 20th century.  The impact was profound – science and technology advanced like never before – it helped

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