I Kid You Not
Written by a grade 6 student, Sanjana Nayakanti
Montgolfier brothers, Joseph-Michel and Jacques-Etienne discovered it in 1783. When Joseph was holding a shirt above hot air, it started to float. This got them thinking and with some more experimenting, they discovered about the hot air balloons.
Written by Rajlaxmi, a grade 6 student.
Hard as the pandemic year has been, it has given us all a chance to indulge indulged in many different hobbies. Reading is one of them…
One minute read. Written by Nayantara Singh – a grade 5 student.
His name was Laurence Tesler and he was a famous computer scientist. Among all his inventions, his creation of the ‘cut-copy-and-paste’ computer command is the most well-known.
Written Sanjana Nayakanti , a grade 6 student
What’s the connection between the Tsunami that struck Japan in 2011 and ice cream that does not melt?
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