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  • Universe in a nutshell

    Posted on February 14th, 2012 rudrarup No comments

    The universe is the largest known thing in existence. But what is the smallest thing? Learn about everything in existence between the two. This is a flash file that can be downloaded if required. It will also be available here.


  • Pinhole Camera

    Posted on February 7th, 2012 rudrarup No comments

    How does a camera change a big scene into a small picture? To see for yourself, make a pinhole “camera.” Start with an empty cardboard box. Punch a hole in the center of the bottom by pushing a pencil through it.

    Now place a piece of waxed paper over the open end of the box and hold it there with tape or a rubber band. Your pinhole camera is complete.

    Sit in a dim room that has a bright object in it, such as a lamp or a window that lets in daylight. Lay a blanket over your head and the pinhole camera.

    Hold the camera at arm’s length, with the waxed paper toward you and the punched-out hole sticking out from under the blanket. Point the camera at the bright object. On the surface of the waxed paper, you will see a picture of the object—backward and upside down. Read the rest of this entry »

  • Tropical Rain Forest

    Posted on January 16th, 2012 rudrarup No comments

    Here is an activity to create a tropical rainforest of your own. Drag the animals to place. Add the arrows to connect those animals. The arrows should point from the prey to the predator animal. Arrows should represent energy transfer from one animal to another animal. Just click the following link and have fun.

    Tropical Rain Forest


    Posted on January 11th, 2012 rudrarup No comments

    Edumath is a mathematics timed problem solving game. It helps improve the child’s arithmatic problem solving skills.

    Play EDUMATH

  • Educational wallpapers

    Posted on January 4th, 2012 rudrarup No comments

    These are some of the educational wallpapers that has been created. These contain mathematics formula that the students can place on their desktop. They can go through the formula from time to time even when they are having fun. More wallpapers to follow.