Math & Science Class 6 CBSE Online Course

Description

Mathematics is a subject that studies numbers, quantities and space. Science gives the logic behind anything and everything around us. This is a combo course providing the two subjects- Mathematics and Science for Grade 6 CBSE which is strictly aligned to the latest NCERT Syllabus.


The course has a series of explanatory videos where a concepts is explained in a way that will help you relate and understand the concepts. Each video is followed by a quiz which will help you test your knowledge. To make it a complete package, there are assessment tools on various topics.


This course topics are arranged chapter-wise completing the entire syllabus for Grade 6 Maths and Science.


What will you learn in this course:

This course covers all 14 chapters of class 6th Mathematics and 16 chapters of Science mapped according to the latest NCERT syllabus.


Who is this Course for:

  • This course is created specifically for class 6 CBSE students. However it can be taken by students of any board or grade if the course content matches their need.

  • This course can be taken by teachers who wishes to provide a better learning tool for students.


Requirements:

  • Basic understanding of the subjects of Maths and Science

  • Basic arithmetic and calculation skills

  • A curiosity to learn the subjects


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Lessons

  • lessons
  • 14 hr 13mins
    • Food Where it Comes from

  • Food Variety and Sources
  • Types of Organisms - Part 2
  • Plant and Animal Products
    • Components  of Food

  • Introduction to Food Components
  • Various Food Components
  • Fat Soluble Vitamins and their Deficiencies
  • Introduction to Vitamins and Minerals
  • Water Soluble Vitamins and their Deficiencies
  • Minerals and their Deficiencies
  • Dietary Fibres and Water
  • Under Nutrition and Over Nutrition
    • Fibre to Fabric

  • Introduction to Fibres
  • Jute Fibres
  • Cotton Fibres
  • Weaving Cotton Fibres into Yarns
    • Sorting Materials into Group

  • Sorting materials - Part 1
  • Sorting materials - Part 2
  • Sorting materials - Part 3
    • Separation of Substances

  • Hand Picking and Sieving
  • Threshing
  • Winnowing
  • Sedimentation and Decantation
  • Filtration
  • Multiple Methods
  • Evaporation and Condensation
    • Changes Around Us

  • Introduction to the Concept of Changes
  • Types of Changes
    • Getting to Know Plants

  • Herbs, Shrubs and Trees
  • Creepers and Climbers
  • Getting to Know Plants - Roots
  • Getting to Know Plants- Stem
  • Getting to Know Plants- Leaves(Structure)
  • Getting to Know Plants- Leaf functions
  • Getting to Know Plants- Modifications of Leaves
  • Introduction to a Typical Flower
  • Plants - Role of each part and introduction to Pollination
  • Pollination in Flowers
  • Fertilization in Flowers
    • Body Movements 

  • Introduction to Body Movements
  • Types of Bones - Part 1
  • Types of Bones - Part 2
  • Types of Bones - Part 3
  • Types of Joints - Part 1
  • Types of Joints - Part 2
  • Types of Joints - Part 3
  • Types of Joints - Part 3
  • Types of Joints - Part 4
  • Gait of an Earthworm
  • Gait of a Cockroach
  • Gait of a Snail
  • Gait of a Fish
  • Gait of a Snake
  • Gait of a Bird
    • Living Organisms and Surroundings

  • Introduction - Living Organisms
  • Adaptation in Animals
  • Desert Habitat
  • Mountain Habitat
  • Grassland Habitat
  • Aquatic Habitat
  • Characteristics of life - Part 1
  • Characteristics of life - Part 2
  • Characteristics of life - Part 3
    • Motion and Measurement of Distances

  • Motion and Measurement of Distances – Introduction
  • Unit for Measurement of Length?
  • Different Units of Length
  • Necessary Precautions for Measuring Distances (using centimetre scale)
  • Motion and its Types
  • Types of Motion - Part 1
  • Types of Motion - Part 2
    • Light Shadows Reflections

  • Transparent, Opaque and Translucent Objects
  • What is a Shadow?
  • Light Travels in a Straight Line!
  • Image of the Sun through a Pinhole
    • Light Shadows Reflections

  • The Working of a Pinhole Camera
  • Uses of Mirrors
  • Reflection from the Surface of Mirror
    • Electricity and Circuits

  • Introduction to Electricity
  • Electric Cell and Torch Bulb - Introduction
  • Lighting up a Torch Bulb using 1 Electric Cell
  • How does Electricity Flow through the Circuit?
  • What is an Electric Switch?
  • How does an Electric Torch work?
  • What are Conductors and Insulators?
    • Fun with Magnets

  • Which Materials are Attracted by a Magnet?
  • Magnetic Force and Magnetic Field?
  • Magnetic Field of a Bar Magnet?
  • Types of Magnets?
  • What are Magnets made up of?
  • Interesting ways to make Temporary Magnets
  • What are the Different Shapes of Magnets?
  • How to DEMAGNETISE Magnets?
  • A Bar Magnet's Behaviour in the Earth's Magnetic Field
  • A Bar Magnet's Behaviour in the Earth's Magnetic Field
    • Water

  • Introduction to Water
  • Water Cycle - Part 1
  • Water Cycle - Part 2
  • Drought and Floods
  • Rainwater Harvesting
    • Air around us

  • Introduction to Air
  • Components of Air
  • Availability of Oxygen
  • Oxygen in the Air
    • Garbage in Garbage out

  • Introduction to Garbage and dealing with it
  • Vermicomposting - Part 1
  • Vermicomposting - Part 2
  • Vermicomposting - Part 3
  • Plastics and Concept of Recycling
  • Ratios - Example 2
    • Knowing Your Numbers

  • Introduction to Numbers
  • Comparing Numbers
  • Place Value
  • Use of Commas
  • Large Numbers
  • Estimation
  • Learning How to Estimate - Part 1
  • Learning How to Estimate - Part 2
  • Learning How to Estimate - Part 3
  • Estimating Outcomes - Part 1
  • Estimating Outcomes - Part 2
  • Estimating Outcomes - Part 3
  • Using Brackets
  • Expanding Brackets - Part 1
  • Expanding Brackets - Part 2
  • Roman Numeral System - Part 1
  • Roman Numeral System - Part 2
  • Roman Numeral System - Part 3
  • Roman Numeral System - Part 4
    • Whole Numbers

  • Natural Numbers
  • Representation of Whole Numbers on the Number line
  • Uses of the Number Line - Part 1
  • Uses of the Number Line - Part 2
  • Properties of Whole Numbers - Part 1
  • Properties of Whole Numbers - Part 2
  • Properties of Whole Numbers - Part 3
  • Using More than One Property of Whole Numbers Part 1
  • Using More than One Property of Whole Numbers Part 2
  • Distributive Property of Whole Numbers
  • Tricks to Add, Subtract and Multiply Whole Numbers
    • Playing with Numbers

  • Divisibility Rules (2; 4 and 8)
  • Divisibility Rules (5 and 10)
  • Divisibility Rules (3; 6 and 9)
  • Divisibility Rules (11)
  • What do we mean by HCF?
  • What is the Prime Factorisation Method for finding the HCF? Part 1
  • What is the Prime Factorisation Method for finding the HCF? Part 2
  • What is the Prime Factorisation Method for finding the HCF of 3 numbers?
  • What do we mean by LCM?
  • What is the Prime Factorisation Method for finding the LCM? Part 1
  • What is the Prime Factorisation Method for finding the LCM? Part 2
  • What is the Prime Factorisation Method for finding the LCM? Part 3
  • What is the Prime Factorisation Method for finding the LCM of 3 numbers?
  • What are Factors?
  • How do we Find all the Factors of a Number?
  • What are Multiples of a Number? How are Factors and Multiples related?
  • What are the Different Types of Numbers?
  • What is Prime Factorisation?
  • What is the Factor Tree Approach to Find the Prime Factors of a Number?
  • Factor Tree Approach - Examples
  • What is the Upside Down Division Approach to Find the Prime Factors of a Number?
  • Prime Numbers - A Mystery?
    • Basic Geometrical Ideas

  • What is a Point?
  • What are Rays, Lines and Line Segments?
  • What is a Plane?
  • What are the Different Kinds of Shapes / Figures?
  • What is a Line?
  • What are Intersecting Lines?
  • What are Triangles?
  • What is a Quadrilateral?
  • What is a Polygon?
  • What is a Circle?
    • Understanding Elementary Shapes

  • What are Angles?
  • How are Angles measured?
  • Which are the Different Types of Angles?
  • How do we name Angles?
  • Pairs of Angles
  • What are Adjacent Angles?
  • What are Complementary Angles?
  • What are Supplementary and Vertically Opposite Angles?
  • What are Supplementary and Vertically Opposite Angles?
  • How are Angles measured in Degrees?
  • How are Angles measured in Degrees? Examples
  • What are Triangles?
  • What are the Different Regions of a Triangle?
  • What are the Different Types of Triangles?
  • What are Trapeziums and Kites?
  • What is a Parallelogram and what are its Special Cases?
  • What is a Polygon?
  • What is a Cuboid?
  • What is a Cube?
  • Cylinder and Sphere
  • What is a Cone?
  • What is a Prism?
  • What is a Pyramid?
    • Integers

  • Natural and Whole Numbers (Review)
  • What are Integers?
  • How are Integers Represented on a Number Line?
  • Understanding the Number Line - Part 1
  • Understanding the Number Line - Part 2
  • What is the Absolute Value?
  • Understanding the Concept of Absolute Value
  • Successor and Predecessor
  • Ordering of Integers
  • Signs of Integers
  • Addition of Integers – Part 1
  • Addition of Integers – Part 2
  • Addition of Integers – Part 3
  • Additive Inverse
  • Subtraction of Integers – Part 1
  • Subtraction of Integers – Part 2
  • Addition of more than 2 Integers
    • Fractions

  • What is a Proper Fraction?
  • What are the Different Types of Fractions?
  • What are Mixed Fractions? Part 1
  • What are Mixed Fractions? Part 2
  • What are Mixed Fractions? Part 3
  • How do we Convert a Mixed Fraction to an Improper One?
  • What is the Simplest Form of a Fraction?
  • How do we Compare Fractions?
  • How do we Compare Fractions if their Denominators are Different?
  • How do we Compare Fractions? (Cross Product)
  • How do we Add Fractions?
  • How do we Add Mixed Fractions? Part 1
  • How do we Add Mixed Fractions? Part 2
  • How do we Subtract Mixed Fractions? Part 1
  • How do we Subtract Mixed Fractions? Part 2
  • How do we Subtract Mixed Fractions? Part 3
  • How do we Subtract Mixed Fractions? Part 4
    • Decimals

  • What do we mean by Place Value?
  • What are the Different Types of Decimal Fractions?
  • How do we Compare Decimal Fractions?
  • How do we Convert a Decimal to a Fraction?
  • How do we Convert a Fraction to a Decimal? Part 1
  • How do we Convert a Fraction to a Decimal? Part 2
  • How do we Convert a Fraction to a Decimal? Part 3
  • How do we Add Decimal Fractions?
  • Addition of Decimal Fractions - Example
  • How do we Subtract Decimal Fractions?
    • Data Handling

  • What do we mean by Statistics?
  • What are the Different Types of Data?
  • How do we Classify Data?
  • What are Bar graphs?
  • Bar Graph - Example
  • How do we Draw a Bar Graph? Example 1
  • How do we Draw a Bar Graph? Example 2
    • Mensuration

  • What is the Perimeter of a Rectangle?
  • What is the Perimeter of a Square and a Triangle?
  • What is the Area of a Square and a Rectangle?
  • What is the Perimeter of a Parallelogram?
  • How do we Find the Area of an Irregular Figure?
  • Area of a Rectangle - Example
  • What is an Altitude?
  • What is the Area of a Parallelogram?
  • Area of a Parallelogram - Example
  • What is the Area of a Triangle?
    • Algebra

  • What is Algebra?
  • What is an Equation?
  • What are Terms?
  • How do we Count the Number of Terms in an Algebraic Expression?
  • What is a Linear Equation in One Variable?
  • How do we Use the Transpose Method to Solve a Linear Equation?
  • How do we Use the Inverse Method to Solve a Linear Equation?
  • Solving Linear Equations - Flowchart Approach
  • What is a Ratio?
  • What is the Simplest Form of a Ratio?
  • When can we Compare two quantities or two Ratios?
  • Ratios - Example 1
  • What are the Different Types of Ratios?
  • What is Proportion?
  • Test for Proportionality - Part 1
  • Test for Proportionality - Part 2
  • Basic Concepts in Proportion - Part 1
  • Basic Concepts in Proportion - Part 2
  • What is the Unitary Method?
  • Unitary Method - Example 1
  • Unitary Method - Example 2
  • Unitary Method - Example 3
  • Unitary Method - Example 4
    • Symmetry

  • Symmetry - Basics
  • Symmetry – Reflection and Rotation
    • Practical Geometry

  • How do we Draw a Perpendicular to a Line from a Point Not on that Line?
  • Logic behind Drawing a Perpendicular to a Line from a Point Not on that Line
  • How do we Construct a Perpendicular Bisector of a Line Segment?
  • Logic behind the Construction of a Perpendicular Bisector of a Line Segment
  • How do we Construct an Angle Bisector?
  • Logic behind the Construction of an Angle Bisector
  • How do we Construct a 30 Degree Angle?
  • Logic behind the Construction of a 30 Degree Angle
  • How do we Construct a 45 Degree Angle?
  • Logic behind the Construction of a 45 Degree Angle
  • How do we Construct a 60 Degree Angle?
  • Logic behind the Construction of a 60 Degree Angle
  • How do we Construct a 90 Degree Angle?
  • How do we Construct a 120 Degree Angle?
  • Logic behind the Construction of a 120 Degree Angle
  • How do we Construct 30, 60 and 120 Degree Angles in one go?