Smt. S. H. Gajera Vidhyabhavan Sec.& Higher Sec. Section, Katargam.
- Step 1 – Construct a circle out of a cardboard sheet.
- Step 2 – Take a Chart paper and Draw a watch dial
- Step 3 – Write a 1 to 12 Numbers on Paper
- Step 4 – Paint with water colour
- Pencil,Permanent marker,Ruler
- Glue Gun, Chart Paper,Water Colours
Sundial, the earliest type of timekeeping device, which indicates the time of day by the
position of the shadow of some object exposed to the sun’s rays. As the day progresses, the
sun moves across the sky, causing the shadow of the object to move and indicating the passage of time.
The ancient Egyptians were either the first or one of the first ancient civilizations to divide a
day into sections, so they could tell what time it was.
Students construct a sundial and use it to observe the movement of the sun through the sky over the
course of a day by marking changes in the position of a shadow once each hour
Students will gain an understanding of the daily movement of the sun across the sky and experience
conducting a set of simple, quantitative observations.
- SWAYAM PATEL [Grade 8-B]
- SUHANI PANDEY [Grade 8-B]
- DEV DOBARIA [Grade 8-B]
- KHUSHI KAPURIYA [Grade 8-B]