It’s no secret that students learn better through hands-on projects, particularly in subjects like science, technology, engineering and math. Science experiments are a great way to elevate classroom participation and pique student interest and concepts. When students aren’t just listening, but talking and moving, they activate multiple areas of the brain, making it more likely they’ll retain the information.
A little fun in the classroom—and maybe a little mess—never hurt.
We started a new Science Club. This club is a weekly lesson where we do practical experiments to let the children have a first hand experience of “what” science and its workings.This is a new module that we have implemented where we will conduct classes every week. Its more a discovery and trial and error to experience first hand what is science and the the mystery unfolds in the experiments that are conducted in the class.
Question: How Do Plants Get Rid of Extra Water?
When we get hot we sweat to lower our body temperature. Plants also sweat but not because they are hot. They perspire to get rid of extra water that they have no use for. Water travels through a plant from its roots to its leaves. Any excess water is lost through pores in the plant leaves. When people sweat its perspiration. When plants sweat its called transpiration. The leaves have tiny holes called called Stomata.