We believe that most children do not respond best to pure “Chalk and Talk,” but rather to “Active Learning” environment, so we engage our children in Active learning, to exploit their natural curiosity and to get them to think over the questions before we try to give them answers. Conducting experiments in class, with discussions before, during, and after the experiments is an effective and enjoyable way of moving from passive to active learning. Classroom experiments keep learners engaged because they get a hands-on experience. Through, hands-on laboratory exercises we try to develop cognitive learning skills in children. We believe that by doing experiments children learn the material better and develop a variety of skills in the other subject areas. They also think, observe, experiment, and validate their finding.