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  • TMPI (Think, Make, Play, Improve)
    Students will discover the TMPI design cycle by building tallest and widest structures from lego blocks

 

  • Role play

 

Students will be able to create a story using the random characters (pictures) they draw as a face mask and act out the story to the class.

 

  • Toy design

 

Students will learn to prototype their ideas using limited resources by making a toy for a 3-year-old kid.

 

  • Random curves

 

The students will express their creativity by drawing characters over a random curves template and make a story around it.

 

  • Tangrams

 

The students learn about different geometrical shapes and their properties in a tangram by making various characters using the shapes.

 

  • Art to story

 

The kids will learn about storyboarding by creating a fun story on a pre-printed storyboard and create their own characters, their relation, dialogues before presenting to the class.

 

  • Loop Glider

 

Students will be able to learn to follow stepwise instructions to make their own loop glider.

 

  • LEDs and crafts

 

Students will learn about the positive and negative terminals of the LEDs and coin cell battery by making a paper crafts integrated with the LEDs.

 

  • Farm to table

 

Students will learn about interrelationship between different things in a process through network diagrams. Here, they use an example of food from farm to table.

 

  • Kiki Buba

 

Students will learn about the elements used in visual communication such as  shape, form, and color by designing innovative logos for companies.

 

  • Building cards

 

Students will try to understand how balance works by building balanced structures with building cards.

 

 

  • Hexaflexagon 3D

 

The kids will learn to follow instruction by making a 2D hexaflexagon.

 

 

  • Hexaflexagon 2D

 

The kids will follow instructions to make a 3D hexaflexagon.

 

 

  • Pop Up Cards

 

Students will learn about paper folding techniques by making their own pop up cards.

 

  • Story to art

 

Students will learn different types of energy by expressing their learning in the form of an art based on a story.

 

 

  • Strawbees

 

The students will discover structure with triangles are most stable by making windmills using straws and connectors.

 

  • Shapes(2d to 3D)

 

Students will learn properties of 2D and 3D shapes by converting 2D shapes into 3D.

 

 

  • Balancing act

 

Students will learn the concept of center of gravity by balancing one pencil on the tip of another pencil.

 

 

  • Zoetrope

 

Students will learn how animations are created by making a Zoetrope.

 

 

  • Automaton

 

The kids will learn a technique to translate circular motion into linear motion by making an automaton.

 

 

  • Balloon Powered Car

 

Students will learn about Newton’s third law of motion by making a paper car powered by balloon.

 

 

  • Magnetic loop spinner

 

Students will learn about transformation of energy from one object to another by making a spinner which spins due to transfer of vibration.

 

  • Design thinking: Foil challenge

 

Students will learn to use a specific material (aluminium foil) in prototyping by coming up with innovative solutions to the provided problem statement.

 

 

  • Paper Bridge test

 

Students will experience how strength of a paper beam can be improved  by varying its geometric shape while making a bridge using a A4 Paper to hold some metal bars across piles of books.

 

 

  • Paper Pillar test

 

Students will experience how strength and stability of a paper pillar is influenced by its geometric shape by making different paper pillars using a A4 Paper to hold maximum number of notebooks.

 

 

  • Motors

 

Students will learn about various applications of a motor by using it to make their own product.

 

  • Electric maze

 

Students will learn the concept of open and closed circuit by making an electric maze game.  

 

 

  • Conductor – Insulator

 

Students will learn the concept of conductor and insulator by making their own instrument that can detect the flow of current. They will also explore and categorize various random materials as conductor or insulator.

 

 

  • Color wheel

 

Students will discover that light is a combination of 7 different colors by making a rotating color wheel and testing different color combinations.

 

 

  • Coordinates I

 

Students will learn the concept of run and rise in coordinate geometry by making a fun board game.

 

 

  • Forensics science

 

Students will learn to backup a theory with evidence by solving a crime case.

Students will be able to think critically by reading text in details.

 

 

  • Infographics

 

The kids will learn to transform data to meaningful information by expressing the information using infographics

 

 

  • Wind turbine

 

Students will try to understand how a turbine works and the use of wheel and axle in it by making a wind turbine of their own.

 

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