Activity 1: Finding variety in our food
Activity 2: Ingredients
Activity 3: Food Materials And Sources
Activity 4: Ingredients Obtained From Plants
Activity 5: Sprouted Seeds
Activity 6: Food The Animal Eats
Activity 7: Grouping Of Animals Based On Their Eating Habits

Activity 1: Food Items
Activity 2: Test For Starch, Test For Protein, Test For Fats
Activity 3: Food Materials Contain Water

Activity 1: Variety In Fabrics
Activity 2: Finding Out Yarn From Fabric
Activity 3: Strand Of Thread Called Fibre
Activity 4: Spinning
Activity 5: Weaving

    • Activity 1: Objects Around Us
      Activity 2: Objects And Materials They Are Made Of
      Activity 3: Materials With And Without Lustre
      Activity 4: Soluble Or Insoluble?
      Activity 5: Solubility Of Some Common Liquids In Water
      Activity 6: Translucent
    Activity 1: Why Do We Separate Substances?
    Activity 2: Hand Picking
    Activity 3: Winnowing
    Activity 4: Sieving
    Activity 5: Filtering The Mixture
    Activity 6: Evaporation
    Activity 7: Condensation
    Activity 8: Saturation
    Activity 9: Adding More Salt In Water After Saturation
    Activity 10: Substances Dissolving In Water
    Activity 1: Blowing Of Balloon
    Activity 2: Making Of Paper Plane
    Activity 3: Making Of Dough Ball And Roti
    Activity 4: Blowing The Balloon And Bursting It
    Activity 5: Cutting A Outline Of Plane
    Activity 6: Making Of Roti On Tawa
    Activity 7: Burning Of Candle To See If The Changes Is Reversible / Irreversible
    Activity 1: Herbs, Shrubs And Trees
    Activity 2: Stem
    Activity 3: Leaf
    Activity 4: Transpiration In Leaves
    Activity 5: Starch In Leaf
    Activity 6: Root
    Activity 7: Root
    Activity 8: Variety Of Root
    Activity 9: Tap Roots,Lateral Roots Etc
    Activity 10: Flower
    Activity 11: Structure Of The Ovary
    Activity 1: Human Body And Its Movements
    Activity 2: Ball And Socket Joints
    Activity 3: Hinge Joints
    Activity 4: Rib Cage
    Activity 5: Earthworm
    Activity 6: Snail
    Activity 7: Cockroach
    Activity 8: Fish
    Activity 1: Animals, Plants Etc Found In Different Sorroundings
    Activity 2: Germination
    Activity 3: Transpiration In Desert Plants
    Activity 4: Plants Respond To Light
    Activity 5: Reproduction
    Activity 1: Foot As Unit Of Measurement
    Activity 2: Handspan As Unit Of Measurement
    Activity 3: Measuring Height Using Meter Scale
    Activity 4: Measuring The Length Of A Curved Line
    Activity 5: Moving Things Around Us
    Activity 6: Motion Of An Ant
    Activity 7: Circular Motion
Activity 1: Transparent, Opaque And Translucent Objects
Activity 2: What Exactly Are Shadows?
Activity 3: Shadow Is Obtained Only On A Screen
Activity 4: Shape Of The Shadow
Activity 5: Pin Hole Camera
Activity 6: Light Travels Along The Straight Line
Activity 7: Mirrors And Reflections
Activity 8: Light Travesl And Get Reflected
    Activity 1: Electric Cell And Bulb Have Two Terminals
    Activity 2: A Bulb Connected To An Electric Cell
    Activity 3: Home Made Torch
    Activity 4: Make A Switch
    Activity 5: Conductors Of Electricity
    Activity 1: Effect Of Magnet
    Activity 2: Magentic And Non-Magnetic Materials
    Activity 3: Soil Contains Iron Particles
    Activity 4: Poles Of Magnets
    Activity 5: Finding Directions
    Activity 6: Freely Suspended Magnet Always Comes To Rest In The Same Direction
    Activity 7: Measurement Of Irregular Plane Surface
    Activity 1: How Much Water Do We Use?
    Activity 2: Evaporation
    Activity 3: How Are Clouds Formed?
  • Activity 1: Make A Firki
  • Activity 2: Is Air Present Everywhere Around Us?
    Activity 3: Oxygen
    Activity 4: Dust And Smoke
    Activity 5: How Does Oxygen Become Available To Animals And Plants Living In Water And Soil
    Activity 6: Soil Has Air In It
Activity 1: Separating The Garbage Into Groups
Activity 2: Redworms Survival Condition

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 6 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 6 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 6th 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 101 Science experiments for Class 6 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 6 students to perform activities hands-on.Kolb Labs also helps Class 6 students to prepare science working models and science projects to participate in science fairs. Kolb Labs also encourages 6th class students to come up with new science project ideas with knowledge gained through science activities performed as per CBSE syllabus.