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IDaa CDs are completely mapped to the NCERT curriculum following CBSEboard. Which can be conveniently adapted to any state curriculum in India.
The CDs contain all the aspects of each topic in detail by textual explanation, experiments and relevant diagrams with clear and simple audio

LIST OF CHAPTERS COVERED


 

Mathematics

  • Integers
    1. Recall
    2. Addition and Subtraction of integers
    3. Multiplication of Integers
    4. Division of Integers
    5. Properties of Integers
  • Fractions and Decimals
    1. Multiplication of a fraction by a natural number
    2. Fraction as an Operator 'of'
    3. Multiplication of a fraction by a fraction
    4. Reciprocal of a Number of Fraction
    5. Division of a Fractions
    6. Multiplication of a Decimals
    7. Division of Decimals
  • Data Handling
    1. Central or a representative value
    2. Arithmetic Mean
    3. Median and mode
    4. Bar Graphs
    5. Probability
     
  • Simple Equations
    1. What is an equation and its solution
    2. Writing statement in the form of Equations
    3. Solving Linear Equations
  • Lines and Angles
    1. Review
    2. Related Angles
    3. Special Angle pairs formed by parallel lines
  • The Triangle and its Properties
    1. Triangle
    2. Median of a triangle
    3. Altitude of a triangle
    4. Properties of a triangle
     
  • Congruence of Triangles
    1. Congruent objects and figures
    2. Congruent triangles
    3. Congruent Criteria
  • Comparing Quantities
    1. How do compare two numbers or quantities
    2. Meaning of Percentage
    3. Converting fractions, Decimals and ratios to percentage & vice versa
    4. Uses of Percentage
  • Rational Numbers
    1. Need of Rational Numbers
    2. Equivalent rational numbers
    3. Representation of rational numbers on the Number line
    4. Rational numbers in standard (simplest ) form
    5. Comparison of rational numbers
    6. Rational numbers between any two numbers
    7. Operations on rational numbers
     
  • Practical Geometry
    1. Construction of parallel lines
    2. Construction of trianles
  • Perimeter and Area
    1. Perimeter
    2. Area
    3. Conversion of Units
    4. Application of Area
  • Algebraic Expressions
    1. How Algebraic expression formed
    2. Terms and their factors
    3. Addition and subtraction of Algebraic expressions
    4. Finding the value of an Algebraic expression for the given value(s) of the variable
     
  • Exponents and Powers
    1. Index Notation
    2. Large numbers in standard form
    3. Laws of Exponents
  • Symmetry
    1. Symmetrical figures - A recall
    2. Rotational Symmetry
  • Visualising Solid Shapes
    1. Solid shapes
    2. Nets of Solids
    3. Drawing solids of flat surface
    4. Visualising solids; and viewing different sections of solid
     
     

    Science

    PHYSICS


  • Heat
    1. Hot and Cold
    2. Measuring Temperature
    3. Laboratory Thermometer Transfer of Heat
    4. Kinds of clothes we wear in summer and winter
  • Winds, Storms and Cyclones
    1. Air exerts pressure
    2. Air expands on heating and contracts on cooling
    3. Wind currents are generated due to Uneven Heating on the Earth
    4. Thunderstorms and cyclones
    5. Destruction caused by cyclones
  • Motion and Time
    1. Speed
    2. Units of speed
    3. Measurement of Time
    4. Distance - Time Graph
  • Electric current and its effects
    1. Electric Circuits
    2. Heating Effect of Electric Current
    3. Magnetic Effect of Electric Current
  • Light
    1. How light travels in a straight line?
    2. Reflection of Light
    3. Formation of Images in plane mirrors
    4. Formation of Images in spherical mirrors
    5. Formation of images in a lens
    6. Colours of Sunlight

    CHEMISTRY


  • Fibre to Fabric
    1. Wool
    2. From fibres to wool
    3. Silk
  • Acid and Bases
    1. Acid and Bases
    2. Indicators
    3. Neutralisation
    4. Neutrilisation in daily life
  • Physical and Chemical Changes
    1. Physical Changes
    2. Rusting of Iron
    3. Crystallization

    BIOLOGY


  • Nutrition in plants
    1. Modes of nutrition
    2. Mode of nutrition in plants
    3. Heterotrophic nutrition in plants
    4. Saprotrophic nutrition
    5. Replenishment of nutrients in the soil
  • Nutrition in animals
    1. Ways of taking food in animals
    2. Digestion in human beings
    3. Digestion in grass eating animals:
    4. Feeding and digestion in amoeba
  • Weather, climate and adaptations of animals to climate
    1. Weather 
    2. Climate
    3. Climate and adaptation
    4. The polar regions
    5. Tropical rain forests
  • Soil
    1. Soil profile
    2. Soil types
    3. Soil and crops
  • Respiration in organisms
    1. Respiration
    2. Breathing
    3. Human respiratory system
    4. Breathing in other animals
    5. Respiration in plants
  • Transportation in animals and plants
    1. Circulatory system
    2. Blood vessels
    3. Heart
    4. Is blood present in sponges and hydra?
    5. Excretion in animals
    6. Transport of substances in plants
    7. Transpiration
  • Reproduction in plants
    1. Parts of a plant and its functions
    2. Modes of reproduction in plants:
    3. Reproduction
  • Water A precious resource
    1. Water availability on earth
    2. Forms of water
    3. Availability of water for human consumption
    4. Depletion of water table
    5. Distribution of water and water management
    6. Effect of water scarcity on plants
  • Forests: Our life line
    1. Forests
    2. Crown of trees
    3. Inter relationship between plants, soil and decomposers in a forest
    4. Uses of forests: Forests are considered the green lungs:
    5. Deforestation
  • Waste water story
    1. Waste water story
    2. Waste water treatment plant
    3. Ways to minimize pollutants
     

    Math Activity

    1 Multiplying & dividing integers
    2 Multiplying two fractions
    3 Solving linear equations
    4 Making of various kinds of angles, using Meccano rods
    5 Demonstrating that the centroid of a triangle always lie in the interior of the triangle ;
    6 The orthocenter of a triangle may or may not lie in the interior of the triangle
    7 Verify that an exterior angle of a triangle is equal to the sum of its two interior opposite angles
    8 Verifying Pythagoras Property
    9 Making bar graphs and interpreting them
    10 Representing rational numbers on the number line
    11 Finding the order of rotational symmetry

    • System Requirements : 1024 x 768 pixels, 32 bit colour, CD or DVD ROM, audio device and a pointing device.
    • Hard Drive: 150 MB
    • Processor: IBM/PC or compatible processor or 1.5 GHz or faster
    • Operating System: Windows 2003, Windows Xp, Windows Vista, Windows 7,Windows 8
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM


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