After school all the children play together under the peepal tree, near Raju Uncle’s chai shop. Raju Uncle leaves a big pitcher of lime juice for them all to share. But how do they make sure there are 8 equal parts?
When the lime juice is finished it’s time to make some more. How will the children measure the different quantities needed?
Learn all about measurements and parts in this great STEM book for early grades, and make your own delicious lime juice!
Another great creative commons storybook brought to us by Pratham’s Storyweaver platform.
Sample text from Let’s Make Some Lime Juice! – a STEM storybook
After school, we play under the peepal tree. Langri-taang, poshampa, ankh-micholi,
stapu, oonch-neech, pithoo, eye-spy and more.
Near the tree is Raju Uncle’s chai shop. When it is very hot, he leaves a jug of lime
juice and glasses for us.
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Pratham Books was set up in 2004, as part of the Read India movement, a nation-wide campaign to promote reading among children. Pratham Books is a not-for-profit organization that publishes quality books for children in multiple Indian languages.
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