Science experiments promote the development of scientific thinking in students, making them think and understand things and the world around them. Discovering new ideas is an integral part of learning science. Students of Grades I – III performed stem activities during the Special Activity class of the week, 17th – 21st January, 2022. The activities like making a paper rocket, paper windmill, and balloon rocket guided the students through the steps of the scientific method, using a hands-on project. Students learnt how the force of air moving in one direction propels a balloon in the opposite direction, much like a rocket! The lighter you make your rocket (less paper, less tape) and the less drag it has, the farther it will go. They also learnt that a windmill is a machine that harnesses the power of the wind.