ThinkTac Annual Programmes

VII Standard – CBSE Lite

The Lite programme is designed to cover several of the key topics in a syllabus with about 22 TACtivities

Commencement Date

5th December 2017

Enroll By

5th December 2017


3 months

Virtual Classes The Virtual Classroom is live interaction with the educator, designed to clarify doubts and encourage students to explore. Each class is of 60-90 minutes duration


Price All inclusive price including applicable taxes

₹ 4750

Chests The TACtivity material for some programmes will be delivered in multiple chests


No of TACtivity™ Number of TACtivities that are included in the programme


According to curriculum prescribed by CBSE Board


Why Join The ThinkTAC Programme?

ThinkTac Programmes are a fun and engaging way to learn Science. The hands-on experiential learning programme, uses a problem solving approach to deliver sustained learning outcomes while improving cognitive skills.

ThinkTac programmes consist of a series of tactile activities termed as TACtivities™ that are aligned with the curriculum of a child.  TACtivities include making toys and experiments – both short and running up to a few weeks. These are supplemented with thought experiments, tactile enquiry and computer/ app-based games.

The ThinkTac Science programme currently covers Fifth to Eighth Standards for CBSE, ICSE and a few State Boards. The programme is designed to cover over 80% of all topics in the science curriculum with TACtivities and for the remaining, we have carefully curated resources.

The TACtivities are developed after extensive research, with experiential learning pedagogy. The learner is provided chests of materials for upto 40 TACtivities during an academic year. Cognitive Life Skills are integrated into various activities, making it also an experiential process.

The programme is designed to be interactive with an Educator responsible for each cohort. The Child uploads a photo / video after each TACtivity which is reviewed by the Educator, keeping track of the progress of every child. The Educator assesses the current capabilities of the learner and provides just enough support and additional assignments to enable the learner to take the next step, building confidence and capability at each step.


Suhail Ahanger​

Educator/ Researcher

Suhail has a Bachelor’s and
Master’s Degree in
Metallurgical & Materials
Engineering, from IIT
He is an avid TACtivities
developer. Innovation and
fresh ideas are at the core
of his work, as well as
having an innate passion
toward science. He finds joy
in single-minded dedication
in the pursuit of painstaking
research – so much so that
hours and days pass by
without his notice…
When not busy with
science, he likes to play
cricket, lawn tennis and his
recent interest – archery.

Kailash NR

Sr. Educator

Kailash’s modest educational background notwithstanding, he is quite talented in developing TACtivities.

He has an in-built knack for solving complex problems in a jiffy. Thanks to his creative streak, he will brilliantly create new TACtivities or refine existing ones to a new level altogether.

He is a big fan of music and specialises in the vocal aspect of music.  Apart from music, his hobbies are electronics and basketball.

Kumari Divya


Kumari Divya has a
Bachelor’s Degree in
Science with chemistry,
botany, zoology
She had prior experience as
a science teacher.
She is an all-rounder in co-
curricular activities and
won prizes in throw ball,
dance, science exhibition
and essay writing.

Shreya C


Shreya is currently pursuing her Bachelor of Science (BSc. Hons)  Biology from Pennsylvania State University, USA

Apart from a passion towards science, she has a flair for documenting well articulated science write-ups.

What you will learn

The Lite Programme for the CBSE VII standard is designed to cover the key topics in the CBSE curriculum, while being easy on the budget. The programme includes 25 TACtivities with materials for 21 being provided in Two TACtivity chests.

The topics covered are Nutrition in Plants, Nutrition in Animals, Heat, Acids and Bases, Weather, Climate and Adaptations of Animals to Climate, Soil, Respiration, Circulation, Reproduction in Plants, Electric Current and its Effects, Light, Motion and Time.