Activity-1.1: Matter is made up of particles
Activity-1.2: How small are these particles of matter
Activity-1.3: Particles of matter are continuously moving
Activity-1.4: Particles of matter are continuously moving
Activity-1.5: Particles of matter are continuously moving
Activity-1.6: Particles of matter attract each other
Activity-1.7: Particles of matter attract each other
Activity-1.8: Particles of matter attract each other
Activity-1.9: The solid state
Activity-1.10: The liquid state
Activity-1.11: The gaseous state
Activity-1.12: Effect of change of temperature
Activity-1.13: Sublimation of ammonium chloride
Activity-1.14:Factors affecting evaporation

Activity-2.1: Types of mixtures
Activity-2.2: Types of mixtures
Activity-2.3: Saturated solution
Activity-2.4: How can we obtain colored component from blue / black ink?
Activity-2.5: How can we separate cream from milk?
Activity-2.6: How can we separate a mixture of two immiscible liquids?
Activity-2.7: Is the DYE in black ink a single color?
Activity-2.8: How can we separate a mixture of miscible liquids?
Activity-2.9: How can we obtain pure copper sulphate from an impure sample?
Activity-2.10: Compounds
Activity-3.1: Law of conservation of mass.
Activity-4.1: Charged particles in matter
Activity-4.2: Make a static model displaying electronic configuration of the first eighteen elements
Activity-5.1: What are living organisms made up of?
Activity-5.2: Preparing temporarym mounts of leaf peels, tip of roots of onions
Activity-5.3: Osmosis with an egg
Activity-5.4: Osmosis with dried raisins or apricots
Activity-5.5: Discussion on electron microscopes
Activity-5.6: Cell wall
Activity-5.7: Nucleus
Activity-6.1: Meristematic tissue
Activity-6.2: Permanent tissue
Activity-6.3: Epidermis
Activity-7.1: Diversity in living organisms
Activity-7.2: Monocots and dicots seeds
Activity-7.3: Nomenclature
Activity-7.4: Find out the scientific names of animals and plants
Activity-8.1: Discuss whether the walls of your classroom are at rest or in motion
Activity-8.2: Have you ever experienced that the train in which you are sitting appears to move while it is at rest
Activity-8.3: Distance and magnitude of the displacement
Activity-8.4: Find the magnitude of displacement between Bhuwaneshwar and New Delhi by using the road map of India
Activity-8.5: Uniform motion and Non-uniform motion
Activity-8.6: Speed
Activity-8.7: The sound of thunder takes some time to reach you after you see the lightning
Activity-8.8: Give example of types of motions
Activity-8.9: Plot and interpret the distance-time graph for the train
Activity-8.10: Distance and time-graph for the motions of two students
Activity-8.11: Objects move in the direction of motion
Activity-9.1: Body will remain at rest unless acted upon by force
Activity-9.2: Body will remain at rest unless acted upon by force
Activity-9.3: Body will remain at rest unless acted upon by force
Activity-9.4: Second law of motion
Activity-10.1: Centripetal force
Activity-10.2: Free fall
Activity-10.3: Motion of object under the influence of gravitational force of the earth
Activity-10.4: Buoyancy
Activity-10.5: Why objects float or sink when placed on the surface of water?
Activity-10.6: Why objects float or sink when placed on the surface of water?
Activity-10.7: Archimedes’ Principle

Activity-11.1: What is work?
Activity-11.2: Think some situations involving work
Activity-11.3: Think of situations when the object is not displaced inspite of force acting on it
Activity-11.4: Identifying the positive and negative work
Activity-11.5: Energy
Activity-11.6: Kinetic energy
Activity-11.7: A moving object can do work
Activity-11.8: Potential energy
Activity-11.9: Potential energy
Activity-11.10: Potential energy
Activity-11.11: Potential energy
Activity-11.12: Potential energy
Activity-11.13: Discuss the various ways of energy conversion in nature
Activity-11.14: Make a list of gadgets which involves conversion of energy
Activity-11.15: Calculation of kinetic energy and potential energy of an object
Activity-11.16: Rate of doing work
Activity-11.17: Taking the meter reading of your house for one week

Activity-12.1: Production of sound
Activity-12.2: Vibrating bodies produce sound
Activity-12.3: Make a list of diiferent types of musical instruments
Activity-12.4: Sound waves are logitudinal waves
Activity-12.5: Reflection of sound

Activity-14.1: Measure the temperature of water, sand and closed bottle containing thermometer
Activity-14.2: The movement of hot and cold air
Activity-14.3: How clouds are formed and bring us rain
Activity-14.4: Collect information about weather report from across the country
Activity-14.5: Find out more about monsoons and rainfalls
Activity-14.6: Find lichen growing on trees in your locality
Activity-14.7: Find out water harvesting techniques
Activity-14.8: Find out the variety of plants and animals near ponds, lakes, dry and rocky region
Activity-14.9: Find out the variety of plants and animals near unused lands
Activity-14.10: Mineral riches in the soil
Activity-14.11: Effect of flowing water on the top-soil
Activity-14.12: Find out the consequences of global warming
Activity-14.13: Find out which other molecules are thought to damage ozone layer
Activity-15.1: Visit a weed-infested field in the month of July or August and make a list of the weeds
Activity-15.2: Make a herbarium of cereals, pulses and oil seeds, identify the seasons of their sowing
Activity-15.3: Visit a live stock farm
Activity-15.4: Visit a local poultry farm
Activity-15.5: Visit a fish farm

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 9 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 9 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 9th 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 120 Science experiments for Class 9 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 9 students to perform activities hands-on.

Kolb Labs also helps Class 9 students to prepare science working models and science projects to participate in science fairs. Kolb Labs also encourages 9th class students to come up with new science project ideas with knowledge gained through science activities performed as per CBSE syllabus.