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Start On 3rd July 2023
Duration 1 Month
Mode of Instruction Onsite
Primary Level 5 - 10 years
Secondary Level 11+
Fee Rs 7,000/-

Course Overview

Development Areas

Scientific Inquiry and Curiosity

DIY science classes foster a sense of wonder and curiosity about the natural world. Learners develop the ability to ask questions, make observations, and explore phenomena through scientific inquiry. They develop a mindset that encourages lifelong learning and an appreciation for the scientific process.

Experimental Design and Methodology

DIY science classes teach learners how to design and conduct experiments. They learn about variables, controls, hypotheses, and data collection methods. Learners acquire skills in planning and organizing experiments, selecting appropriate materials, and ensuring the reliability of their results.

Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving

DIY science classes encourage learners to think critically and analyze data. They develop the ability to evaluate evidence, draw conclusions, and solve problems based on scientific principles. Learners learn to think independently, make logical connections, and apply their knowledge to real-world scenarios.

Data Collection and Analysis

DIY science classes emphasize data collection techniques and analysis methods. Learners acquire skills in recording accurate observations, taking measurements, and organizing data sets. They also learn to analyze data using graphs, charts, and statistical tools to draw meaningful conclusions.

Laboratory Skills and Safety

DIY science classes often involve hands-on experimentation. Learners gain practical laboratory skills, such as using scientific equipment, handling chemicals, and following safety protocols. They develop an understanding of laboratory safety procedures and the importance of responsible behavior in a scientific setting.

Creativity and Innovation

DIY science classes encourage learners to think creatively and explore innovative solutions. They have the opportunity to design and build their own scientific apparatus or modify existing experiments. Learners develop inventive thinking skills and learn to adapt experiments to suit their own ideas and interests.



  • Germination/Home Gardening
  • Color Saturation/Color mixing Using Tie and Dye Method
  • Sound Waves – Bespoken Arts Using Technology or QR Code
  • Egg Drop Challenge Using Straws
  • Design Making Using LED Throwies
  • Volcano Eruption and Chemical Reaction: Acid and Basic
  • Friction, Motion, Force, Simulation, Static, Kinetic Accelerate, Object At Rest, and Surface
  • Acetic Acid in The Vinegar Reaction With Calcium (egg)

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