With topics ranging from distribution of animals in the oceans, the physical and chemical properties of water, ice and steam, water as a conductor, water as a source of energy, and the power of water to the history of water use over the ages, this interactive and experimental session was a fun space for the students to explore everything to do with Water.
The students were bewildered by some experiments, but were strongly encouraged to ask the same question over and over- “Why does this happen?”
The Curiouscity team managed to get some amazing scientific knowledge out there through very simple experiments and demonstrations! We’re sure the students aren’t going to forget this workshop!
(We started our program of workshops for the students of the forest villages of Tikadi, Paraspani and Sarrah July, 2013. With immense support from the Pench Tiger Reserve staff, we now reach out to over 200 students. Since the students who live more than 30 kilometres away from the E-Base in Turia couldn’t reach us, we decided to reach them. With modified versions of our workshops and carrying all our materials and equipment, we travel close to 19 kilometres through the tiger reserve to meet the students. The eager faces and shy giggles on experiencing our workshops have made it worth the travelling and long days.
Follow us virtually as we travel in a Bolero full to the roof with globes, charts, science experiment materials and the likes to bring to these students the best from the E-Base.)