# 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 1
- 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?