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Life Cycle of Animals and Plants

In our science project on the life cycles of plants and animals through model making, students embarked on an immersive journey to understand the sequential stages of growth, development, and reproduction in both kingdoms. Through meticulous construction of plant and animal life cycle models, students visually represented phenomena such as seed germination, pollination, metamorphosis, and more. They actively participated in the creative process, experimenting with materials and techniques to ensure accuracy and realism in their representations. This hands-on approach not only deepened their understanding of scientific concepts but also fostered critical thinking skills as they observed changes within their models.

Material Required:
  • Clay or playdough
  • Paper mache
  • Straw
  • Cardboard or foam board
  • Modeling wire
  • Paints, markers, or colored paper
  • Fabric or felt
  • Real plant specimens
  • Sculpting tools, brushes, and carving knives
  • Display boards
  • Glue sticks and Glue Guns

  • Water Filtration

    The students actively participated in this activity by constructing their filtration systems, experimenting with different materials, and closely observing changes in water quality. They applied the scientific method, fostering critical thinking skills, and gained insights into how clean water is essential for both nature and human well-being. This hands-on experience in science class not only deepened their understanding of scientific concepts but also sparked their curiosity about environmental issues and the significance of responsible water use.

    Material Required:
  • Card Board
  • Plastick Glass
  • Straw
  • Plastick Bowl
  • Small Stones
  • Sand
  • Cotton
  • Glue Gun
  • Glaze Papers
  • Scissors
  • Scotch Tape
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    Fossil making activity

    Fossil making is a fun and educational activity that can help children learn about the prehistoric world and the process of fossilization.

    Material Required:

  • Air-dry clay or modeling clay
  • Small objects like shells or plastic toys
  • Toothpicks or small sticks

  • Here are the end results of our Fossils activity