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Fun Facts of Science in Fun-N-Learn Way:-

Goenkans Understand the Fun Facts of Science in Fun-N-Learn Way. Early childhood is an important time to encourage exploration and curiosity, and science experiments can help to do just that. By simply doing hands-on experiments, kids can learn about cause and effect, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills in a fun and exciting way.

Science experiments are sets of observations and hypotheses created to explore how the world works. Different experiments were conducted on 20 January, in GD Goenka Public School.

Students of Toddler to Nursery tried their hands on the Jumping spaghetti experiment in which they mixed water and vinegar and put spaghetti in the mixture and experienced it coming up. A dancing mothballs experiment was performed by the students in kindergarten in which 2/3 of the beaker was filled with vinegar and 5-6 naphthalene balls were added along with baking powder to see the naphthalene balls move to the surface of the solution and then moved down. Little Goenkans of grade 1 mixed vinegar and different types of liquid in 4 bowls and then added baking soda to each mixture and witnessed the bubbling colours. Scholars of grade 2 mixed cornflour in water, added a few drops of iodine solution into it, and saw the colour change to blue to verify the presence of starch.

Science experiments allowed learners to improve their critical thinking skills by observing various outcomes.Using real-life examples through hands-on activities, it is a fun way to teach children about gravity, inertia, and friction.

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