CBSE Online Class 6 Science

unipolaris academy provides personalised and interactive cbse online classes for class 6 science in one to one teacher to student ratio

cbse online class 6 science

We enrol qualified and experienced CBSE Online Class 6 Science Tutors with pen tablet. The tutors have good command over Science and have fluent communication skills

Regular Assignments are given and their evaluation is done timely

Questions complementing school curriculum AND MCQs(Multiple choice questions), VSA (Very Short Answers)(SA-I), SA(Short Answers)(SA-II) & LA(Long Answer), Case based/Passage based questions are given for practice and solved along with students

Core books followed are NCERT and NCERT exemplar as their content is made by experts and it is necessary to complete them for clearing basics

Regular Doubts Resolution – Doubts of the students are cleared before moving on to the next concepts

Recording after the live class is provided in a folder for revision purpose so that student can go through concepts again if they are not able to understand in the live class

Focus is on clearing the basics of the student as once the basics are cleared they can build upon the basics to solve higher order problems

Personal Attention to the Student for focused learning – Personal attention is given to the student as teacher asks questions regularly during the live class thus enabling the teacher to understand the comprehension level of the student

Free Live Demo offered before Parent and student decides to go for regular classes

Three Classes in a week, 12 classes in a month, extra classes can be conducted according to requirement

Expert Online Tuition Classes

Experience the best in online education with our specialised Science tutors for Grade 6. Our virtual classrooms bring learning to life, no matter where you are.

Personalised Attention

With one to one teacher to student ratio individual attention, we ensure that each student’s unique learning needs are met, fostering a deeper understanding of Science concepts

Experienced Online Tutors

Our tutors are not just subject experts, but are also skilled in online teaching methodologies, making complex topics accessible and understandable for all students

Regular Assessments and Feedback

Through continuous online assessments and detailed feedback, we track each student’s progress, helping them to improve and excel in their studies.

Concepts covered in CBSE Online Class 6 Science Course

Components of Food

  • What do different food items contain?
  • What do Various Nutrients do for our Body?
  • Balanced Diet
  • Deficiency Diseases

Sorting Materials Into Groups

  • Objects Around Us
  • Properties of Materials

Separation of Substances

  • Methods of Separation

Getting to Know Plants

  • Herbs, Shrubs and Trees
  • Stem
  • Leaf
  • Root
  • Flower

Body Movements

  • The human body and its movements
  • Gait of Animals

The living organisms character and habitat

  • Organisms and the surroundings where they live Habitat and Adaptation
  • A Journey through different habitats
  • Characteristics of Organisms

Motion and Measurement of Distance

  • Story of transport
  • How Wide is this desk?
  • Some Measurements
  • Standard units of Measurements
  • Correct Measurement of length
  • Measuring the length of a curved line
  • Moving things Around us
  • Types of Motion

Light, Shadows and Reflection

  • Transparent, Opaque, and Translucent objects
  • What exactly are shadows?
  • A Pinhole Camera
  • Mirrors and Reflections

Electricity and Circuits

  • Electric Cell
  • A Bulb connected to an electric cell
  • Cell
  • An Electric Circuit
  • Electric Switch
  • Electric Conductors and Insulators

Fun with Magnets

  • Magnetic and Non-Magnetic materials
  • Poles of Magnet
  • Finding Directions
  • Make your own magnet
  • Attraction and Repulsion between magnets

Air Around Us

  • Is air present everywhere around us?
  • What is air made up of?
  • How does oxygen become available to animals and plants living in water and soil?
  • How is the oxygen in the atmosphere replaced?

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About the Course