Hands-on learning is a key factor in raising children who go on to have life-long love of learning as it gives practical experience. It leads to increased retention and helps in problem-solving and critical thinking. In this time of pandemic, such type of learning by doing activities make learning quick, easy, and enthusiastic. Keeping this in mind, students of class VA performed a Maths activity on Speed, Distance, and Time.
Students were asked to push a car, cart, bus, etc. from a fixed starting point and note the place where it stopped. The distance between the two points was measured through an inch tape. The time was noted by a stopwatch. The speed was then calculated by the formula S=D/T, where S stands for Speed, D stands for Distance, and T for Time.
Students performed this activity with great zeal and enthusiasm and their parents gave them full support and appreciated their efforts.