Activity – 1.1: Photosynthesis
    Activity – 1.2: How Organisms Acquire Nutrients?
    Activity – 2.1: Different Ways Of Taking Food
    Activity – 2.2: Type Of Teeths
    Activity – 2.3: Effect Of Salive On Starch
    Activity – 2.4: Position Of Taste Buds
    Activity – 3.1: Hairs coarse and soft
    Activity – 3.2: Pictures of animals whose hair is used as wool
    Activity – 3.3: Mark the places on map where you find the animals that provide wool
    Activity – 3.4: Debate on rearing sheep and then chopping of their hair
    Activity – 3.5: Collect pieces of silk cloth and paste them
    Activity – 3.6: Burning of silk thread, woollen thread and noticing the smell while burning
    Activity – 3.7: Stages of the life history of silk moth

Activity – 4.1: Is our sense of touch reliable?
Activity – 4.2: Reading a thermometer
Activity – 4.3: Measuring the body temperature of some persons
Activity – 4.4: Measuring the temperature of water with a laboratory thermometer
Activity – 4.5: What is the use of kink in clinical thermometer
Activity – 4.6: Transfer of heat
Activity – 4.7: Heat conductors and insulators
Activity – 4.8: Convection of heat in water
Activity – 4.9: Transfer of heat by convection in air
Activity – 4.10: Which surface absrob more heat, dark or light colour
Activity – 4.11: Which clothes are more suitable in summer, dark or light colour

    Activity – 5.1: Blue and Red litmus test
    Activity – 5.2: Turmeric is another natural indicator
    Activity – 5.3: China rose as indicator
    Activity – 5.4: Different acids effects on litmus paper, turmeric paper and china rose
    Activity – 5.5: Neutralisation
    Activity – 6.1: Physical changes
    Activity – 6.2: Physical changes
    Activity – 6.3: Physical changes
    Activity – 6.4: Physical changes
    Activity – 6.5: Physical changes
    Activity – 6.6: Chemical changes
    Activity – 6.7: Chemical changes
    Activity – 6.8: Chemical changes
    Activity – 6.9: Crystallisation
Activity – 7.1: Weather report
Activity – 7.2: Mark polar regions and tropical regions on map
    Activity – 8.1: Air exerts pressure
    Activity – 8.2: Blowing into the bottle
    Activity – 8.3: Blow the balloons
    Activity – 8.4: Can you blow and lift
    Activity – 8.5: Air expand on heating
    Activity – 8.6: Hot air rising up
    Activity – 9.1: Soil teeming with life
    Activity – 9.2: Soil profile
    Activity – 9.3: Soil types
    Activity – 9.4: Properties of soil
    Activity – 9.5: Moisture in soil
    Activity – 9.6: Absorption of water by soil
    Activity – 10.1: Breathing
    Activity – 10.2: Count the breathing rate
    Activity – 10.3: Variation in the breathing rate
    Activity – 10.4: Effect of breathing on the chest size
    Activity – 10.5: How much air a person can hold in the lungs
    Activity – 10.6: Why do we breathe out
    Activity – 11.1: Pulse rate
    Activity – 11.2: Heart beat and pulse rate
    Activity – 11.3: How did water get inside the potato?
    Activity – 12.1: Vegetative propogation
    Activity – 12.2: Vegetative propogation
    Activity – 12.3: Reproduction in yeast by budding
    Activity – 12.4: Study the parts of stamen or pistil
    Activity – 13.1: Slow or Fast
    Activity – 13.2: Simple pendulum
    Activity – 13.3: Measuring the speed of the ball
    Activity – 14.1: Electric circuit
    Activity – 14.2: Heating effect of electric current
    Activity – 14.3: Heating effect of electric current
    Activity – 14.4: Electric fuse
    Activity – 14.5: Magnetic effect of electric current
    Activity – 14.6: Electro magnet

Activity – 15.1: Light gets reflected from plane mirror
Activity – 15.2: Image
Activity – 15.3: Locating image in a plane mirror
Activity – 15.4: Right or Left
Activity – 15.5: A concave and a convex mirror
Activity – 15.6: Concave mirror forms a real image
Activity – 15.7: Image formed by the concave mirror is smaller or larger
Activity – 15.8: Convex mirror
Activity – 15.9: Convex lens
Activity – 15.10: Image from convex lens real or virtual
Activity – 15.11: Sunlight – white or coloured
Activity – 15.12: A disc with seven colours

    Activity – 16.1: Collect clippings, paper cuttings related to water shortage
    Activity – 16.2: Activity shows small quantity of water available
    Activity – 16.3: Water cycle
    Activity – 16.4: Name few industries and their products
    Activity – 16.5: Rainfall map of India
    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 7 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 7 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 7th 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 94 Science experiments for Class 7 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 7 students to perform activities hands-on.

Kolb Labs also helps Class 7 students to prepare science working models and science projects to participate in science fairs. Kolb Labs also encourages 7th class students to come up with new science project ideas with knowledge gained through science activities performed as per CBSE syllabus.