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  • Comparing Different Syllabuses: CBSE, ICSE, GCSE, IGCSE, IB

    When it comes to choosing the right educational system for your child, understanding the differences between various syllabuses is crucial. Here, we compare five prominent ones: CBSE, ICSE, GCSE, IGCSE, and IB. here are the examination boards associated with each syllabus: 1. *CBSE:* Central Board of Secondary Education2. *ICSE:* Council for the Indian School Certificate…

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  • BODY MOVEMENTS | Study

    BODY MOVEMENTS | Study

    BODY MOVEMENTS | Study

    Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Body Movements | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Coverage Locomotion in the human body:(i) Human skeleton: It forms a framework that gives shape and support to the body. It consists of 206 bones. It protects internal organs. (Scroll down to Continue …) Study Tools Audio, Visual & Digital Content Locomotion: Movement…

  • THE LIVING ORGANISMS — CHARACTERISTICS AND HABITATS | Study

    THE LIVING ORGANISMS — CHARACTERISTICS AND HABITATS | Study

    THE LIVING ORGANISMS — CHARACTERISTICS AND HABITATS | Study

    Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich The Living Organisms and Their Surroundings | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap The surroundings where plants and animals live are called their habitat. Several kinds of plants and animals may share the same habitat. The presence of specific features and habits, which enable a plant or an animal to live…

  • MOTION AND MEASUREMENT OF DISTANCES | Study

    MOTION AND MEASUREMENT OF DISTANCES | Study

    MOTION AND MEASUREMENT OF DISTANCES | Study

    Pre-Requisires Test & Enrich Motion and Measurement of Distances | Speed Notes Notes For Quick Recap Study Tools Audio, Visual & Digital Content REST: The objects which remain stationary at a place and do not change their position are said to be at rest. Different modes of transport are used to go from one place…

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