Physics is an essential part of most technological and scientific educational curriculum.

 Amongst the many tools that can be used for making knowledge of Physics and its learning fun, the most attractive is that of Hands-on Physics Experiments (HPEs), which helps in the understanding of many natural and technical processes via direct observation and experience. 

A study published by Prof. Sain Beilock in Psychological Science showed that students who took a hands-on approach to learning had activation in sensory and motor-related parts of the brain. 

Activation of these brain areas was associated with better quiz performance by physics students who participated in the research. An HPE involves any material, object, instrument or experimental setup used for learning a properly contextualized concept, principle, law or application. 

They contribute to the student’s use of basic concepts and experimental skills to construct something new and so give the pupil a chance to integrate theoretical and practical contents naturally. 

Some Hands-on Physics Experiments are given below with an effort to allow students to become part of the learning process so that physics as a subject becomes interesting, exciting and easy to understand.

Feel free to share your views! At Code Crayon, there are no limitation to expression and creativity! So go ahead hit that comment button and share your views/code/game with us, we may also include it in our curriculum and you will get to teach others! 

Feel free to share your views! At Code Crayon, there is no limitation to expression and creativity! So go ahead hit that comment button and share your views/code/game with us, we may also include it in our curriculum and you will get to teach others!

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