Activity-1.1: Method for separating healthy seeds from damaged ones
    Activity-1.2: Growing seedlings with manure and fertiliser
    Activity-1.3: Food and its resources
    Activity-2.1: Microorganisms
    Activity-2.2: Microorganisms
    Activity-2.3: Maida with yeast powder
    Activity-2.4: Fermentation
    Activity-2.5: Plant waste converted to manure
    Activity-3.1: Strength of fibre
    Activity-3.2: Soaking capacity of different fibres
Activity-4.1: Malleability of materials
Activity-4.2: Electrical conductivity of materials
Activity-4.3: Testing the nature of rust
Activity-4.4: Reaction of non-metals with oxygen
Activity-4.5: Reaction of sodium with water
Activity-4.6: Reaction of metals and non-metals with acids
Activity-4.7: Reaction with bases
Activity-4.8: Displacement reaction
Activity-5.1: Natural and man made materials
Activity-5.2: Exhaustible natural resources

Activity-6.1: Cumbustible and non-cumbustible substances
Activity-6.2: Air is essential for burning
Activity-6.3: Air is essential for burning
Activity-6.4: Test for ignition
Activity-6.5: Structure of a flame

Activity-7.1: Causes of deforestation
Activity-7.2: Animal life affected by deforestation
Activity-7.3: Locate on map, protected areas for conservation
Activity-7.4: Factors disturbing the biodiversity
Activity-7.5: Identify flora and fauna
Activity-7.6: Endemic plants and animals
Activity-7.7: visit a nearby zoo
Activity-8.1: Amoeba and paramecium under microscope
Activity-8.2: Egg yolk is a single cell
Activity-8.3: Observing the basic component of the cell
Activity-8.4: Human cheek cells
Activity-9.1: Visit to a pond to observe frog’s eggs
Activity-9.2: Make a drawing of eggs of lizard, crow etc
Activity-9.3: Budding in hydra
Activity-10.1: Chart shows rate of growth in boys and girls
Activity-10.2: Graph showing percentage of height with age
Activity-10.3: Prepare notes on importance of cosuming iodised salt
Activity-10.4: Identifying nutritious items of food
Activity-10.5: Prepare a chart of food items
Activity-10.6: Prepare a report on benefits of regualr exercise
Activity-11.1: Identifying the actions as push or pull
Activity-11.2: Applying force on a object
Activity-11.3: Force applied on a ball
Activity-11.4: Applying force on the moving ball
Activity-11.5: The effect of force on objects
Activity-11.6: Observing attraction and repulsion between two magnets
Activity-11.7: Electrostatic force
Activity-11.8: Pressure exerted by liquids and gases
Activity-11.9: A liquid exerts pressure on the walls of the container
Activity-11.10: Liquid exerts equal pressure at the same depth
Activity-11.11: Atmospheric pressure
Activity-12.1: Force of friction
Activity-12.2: Factors affecting friction
Activity-12.3: Factors affecting friction
Activity-12.4: wheels reduce friction
Activity-13.1: Sound is produce by a vibrating body
Activity-13.2: Plucking the rubber band to produce sound
Activity-13.3: Vibrating dish produes waves in water
Activity-13.4: Make a musical instrument ektara
Activity-13.5: Jaltarang
Activity-13.6: Working of vocal cords
Activity-13.7: Sound needs medium to travel
Activity-13.8: Sound travelling through water
Activity-13.9: Sound travelling through a metre scale
Activity-13.10: Plastic can ear drum
Activity-13.11: Loudness depends on amplitude
Activity-14.1: Do liquids conduct electricity
Activity-14.2: Testing conduction of electricity in lemon juice or vinegar
Activity-14.3: Good or poor conducting liquids
Activity-14.4: Distilled water conducts electricity or not
Activity-14.5: Testing for electricity in different solutions
Activity-14.6: Chemical effects of electric current
Activity-14.7: Electroplating

Activity-15.1: Charging by rubbing
Activity-15.2: Charging by rubbing on different materials
Activity-15.3: Types of charges and their interaction
Activity-15.4: Transfer of charge
Activity-15.5: Prepare a short report on earth quakes
Activity-15.6: Prepare a short report on devastation caused by tsunami in India

Activity-16.1: Laws of reflection
Activity-16.2: Laws of reflection
Activity-16.3: Laws of reflection
Activity-16.4: Regular and diffused reflection
Activity-16.5: Multiple images
Activity-16.6: Kaleidoscope
Activity-16.7: Sunlight white or colored
Activity-16.8: Observing the size of the pupil
Activity-16.9: Demonstration of blind spot
Activity-16.10: Bird in a cage
Activity-17.1: The moon
Activity-17.2: The moon appears different at different positions in its orbit
Activity-17.3: Moon revolves around the earth
Activity-17.4: Objects move in the direction opposite to your motion
Activity-17.5: Pole star does not appear to move
Activity-17.6: Movement of constellation
Activity-17.7: Locating the pole star
Activity-17.8: Ursa major moves around the pole star
Activity-17.9: Planets moves in their own orbits
Activity-17.10: Find out from newpaper when venus is visible in the sky
Activity-18.1: Air pollution
Activity-18.2: Conduct a survey regarding respiratory problems in your neighbourhood
Activity-18.3: Prepare a table showing the pollutants
Activity-18.4: Discussion on air pollution
Activity-18.5: Collect samples of water from different water bodies
Activity-18.6: Sewage
Activity-18.7: Making a small water filter
Activity-18.8: Investigate about water pollution, sewage disposal and water sources

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 8 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 8 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 8th 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 102 Science experiments for Class 8 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 8 students to perform activities hands-on.Kolb Labs also helps Class 8 students to prepare science working models and science projects to participate in science fairs. Kolb Labs also encourages 8th class students to come up with new science project ideas with knowledge gained through science activities performed as per CBSE syllabus.