Activity 1.1: Chemical reaction – Change in state
Activity 1.2: Chemical reaction – Evolution of gas
Activity 1.3: Chemical reaction – Change in temperature
Activity 1.4: Combination reaction
Activity 1.5: Decomposition reaction
Activity 1.6: Thermal decomposition reaction
Activity 1.7: Decomposition reaction
Activity 1.8: Decomposition reaction
Activity 1.9: Displacement reaction
Activity 1.10: Double displacement reaction
Activity 1.11: Oxidation and reduction

Activity 2.1: Finding out acids and bases
Activity 2.2: Finding out olfactory indicators
Activity 2.3: Reaction of Zinc granules with dilute Sulphuric acid
Activity 2.4: Write the equations for the above reaction
Activity 2.5: How do metal carbonates and metal Hydrogencarbonates reacts with acids?
Activity 2.6: How do acids and bases reacts with each other
Activity 2.7: Reaction of metallic oxides with acids
Activity 2.8: Activity to investigate whether all compounds containing hydrogen are acidic.
Activity 2.9: Do acids produce ions only in aqueous solution?
Activity 2.10: What is involved when water is mixed with an acid or a base?
Activity 2.11: Testing the pH values
Activity 2.12: What is the pH of the soil in your backyard?
Activity 2.13: Family of Salts
Activity 2.14: pH of SaltsActivity 2.15: Are the Crystals of Salts really Dry?

Activity 3.1: Metals – Physical properties
Activity 3.2: Finding out metallic lustre
Activity 3.3: Hardness varies from metal to metal.
Activity 3.4: Malleability
Activity 3.5: Metals are good conductors of heat
Activity 3.6: Metals are good conductor of heat
Activity 3.7: Non – Metals
Activity 3.8: Finding out acidic oxides and basic oxides
Activity 3.9: What happens when Metals are burnt in Air?
Activity 3.10: What happens when Metals react with Water?
Activity 3.11: What happens when Metals react with Acids?
Activity 3.12: How do Metals react with Solutions of other Metal Salts?
Activity 3.13: Properties of Ionic Compounds
Activity 3.14: CORROSION
Activity 4.1: Make a list of ten things you have used
Activity 4.2: Calculate the difference in the formulae and molecular masses of carbon compounds
Activity 4.3: Burning of carbon compounds
Activity 4.4: Burning of carbon compounds
Activity 4.5: Oxidation
Activity 4.6: Properties of Ethanol
Activity 4.7: Compare the pH of dilute acetic acid and dilute hydrochloric acid.
Activity 4.8: Formation of ester
Activity 4.9: Identifying the gas produced by the reaction between ethanoic acid and sodium carbonate
Activity 4.10: Soaps and Detergents
Activity 4.11: Soaps and Detergents
Activity 4.12: Soaps and Detergents
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Activity 6.1: Variegated leaf starch test
Activity 6.2: Experiment to check the presence of starch in leafs
Activity 6.3: Experiment to find out the action of saliva on starch
Activity 6.4: Experiment to find out the amount of carbondioxide we breathe out in air
Activity 6.5: Activity to know about the products of fermentation
Activity 6.6: Count the number of times the fish opens and closes its mouth in a minute.
Activity 6.7: what is the normal range of haemoglobin content in human beings?
Activity 6.8: Transport of water in plants
Activity 7.1: Activity to find out the taste of food by blocking the nose
Activity 7.2: Response of the plant to the direction of light
Activity 7.3: Identify the endocrine glands mentioned in the figure.
Activity 8.1: Activity to find out the yeast growth
Activity 8.2: Growing of mould on bread
Activity 8.3: Binary fission in Amoeba
Activity 8.4: Activity to identify different tissues in the Spirogyra filaments
Activity 8.5: Activity to find out potato pieces that give rise to fresh green shoots and roots?
Activity 8.6: Money plant experiment
Activity 8.7: Germination
Activity 9.1: Inherited traits
Activity 9.2: Inheritance of traits over two generations
Activity 10.1: Observe the image in shining spoon on both sides
Activity 10.2: Hold a concave mirror in your hand and direct its reflecting surface towards the Sun.
Activity 10.3: position and size of the image formed by a concave mirror depends on the position of the object
Activity 10.4: Draw neat ray diagrams for each position of the object shown in Table 10.1.
Activity 10.5: Observe the image of the pencil in the mirror. Is the image erect or inverted?
Activity 10.6: Observe the image of a distant object, say a distant tree, in a plane mirror.
Activity 10.7: Place a coin at the bottom of a bucket filled with water.
Activity 10.8: Place a large shallow bowl on a Table and put a coin in it.
Activity 10.9: Refraction of light through a rectangular glass slab
Activity 10.10: Refraction of light through a rectangular glass slab
Activity 10.11: Refraction by Spherical Lenses
Activity 10.12: Image formation by lenses
Activity 10.13: Image formation by lenses

Activity 11.1: Refraction of a light trhough prism
Activity 11.2: Dispersion of white light by a glass prism
Activity 11.3: Colour of the sun at sunrise and sunset

Activity 12.1: Electric circuit for studying Ohm’s Law
Activity 12.2: Electric circuit to measure the current flow using different components
Activity 12.3: Electric circuit to study the factors on which the resistance of conducting wires depends
Activity 12.4: Resistors in Series
Activity 12.5: Resistors in Series
Activity 12.6: Resistors in Parallel
Activity 13.1: Compass needle is deflected on passing an electric current through a metallic conductor
Activity 13.2: Iron filings near the bar magnet align themselves along the field lines.
Activity 13.3: Drawing a magnetic field line with the help of a compass needle
Activity 13.4: Magnetic field due to a current- carrrying conductor
Activity 13.5: Magnetic field due to a current through a straight conductor
Activity 13.6: Magnetic field produced by a currentcarrying circular coil.
Activity 13.7: A current-carrying rod, AB, experiences a force perpendicular to its length and the magnetic field.
Activity 13.8: Electromagnetic Induction
Activity 13.9: Current is induced in coil-2 when current in coil-1 is changed
Activity 14.1: Sources of energy
Activity 14.2: Sources of energy
Activity 14.3: A model to demonstrate the process of thermoelectric production
Activity 14.4: Non-Conventional sources of energy
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Activity 14.6: Solar cooker
Activity 14.7: what is the ultimate source of energy for bio-mass, wind and ocean thermal energy?
Activity 14.8: Environmental Consequences
Activity 14.9: Debate on coal reserves and solar energy
Activity 15.1: What happens when we add our waste to the environment?
Activity 15.2: find out more about biodegradable and non-biodegradable substances.
Activity 15.3: Design an aquarium
Activity 15.4: Discuss how each of the groups of organisms are dependent on each other.
Activity 15.5: Debate in groups the need for ban on pesticides.
Activity 15.6: Which chemicals are responsible for the depletion of the ozone layer?
Activity 15.7: Managing the garbage we produce
Activity 15.8: How much waste is generated in a day?
Activity 15.9: Are there mechanisms in place to ensure that local water bodies are not polluted by untreated sewage.
Activity 15.10: What hazardous materials have to be dealt with while disposing of electronic items.
Activity 16.1: International norms to regulate the emission of carbon dioxide.
Activity 16.2: Organisations that seek to spread awareness about our environment
Activity 16.3: Check the pH of the water
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Activity 16.5: Make a list of forest produce that you use.
Activity 16.6: Find out about any two forest produce that are the basis for an industry.
Activity 16.7: Debate the damage caused to forests
Activity 16.8: Water for all
Activity 16.9: Study the rainfall patterns in India from an atlas.
Activity 16.10: Can you think of ways in which our consumption of coal and petroleum products be reduced?
Activity 16.11: Euro I and Euro II norms for emission from vehicles.
    Activity – 17.1: Observing the things at home
    Activity – 17.2: Visiting a forest or park
    Activity – 17.3: Activity to find worm growth

Kolb Labs emphasizes the need of experiential learning for kids. Kolb labs offers Science Lab As A Service to schools. We visit schools and perform science experiments for class 10 students within school campus as per CBSE syllabus. Schools need not to worry about setting up science lab and maintaining it. Instructors from Kolb Labs will bring the equipment, material required for each science experiment for class 10 to school and demonstrate the activities as per CBSE syllabus.

Experiential learning helps students to learn fast and understand the concepts clearly. More importantly, practical demonstration of science experiments will make learning fun and exciting for 10th class students. Learning by doing will help students immensely to improve their thought process. Kolb Labs encourages to adopt experiential learning at the very young age itself to influence the thought process of young minds towards innovation and creativity.

There are 144 Science experiments for Class 10 as per CBSE Syllabus. Kolb Labs will perform most of the science experiments using the real material. Kolb labs will also use other methods like images, videos, prototypes etc. Kolb labs will encourage class 10 students to perform activities hands-on.

Kolb Labs also helps Class 10 students to prepare science working models and science projects to participate in science fairs. Kolb Labs also encourages 10th class students to come up with new science project ideas with knowledge gained through science activities performed as per CBSE syllabus.