MuSo.d brings learning to life with fun and hands-on real world challenges for children

  • Discover real-world challenges
    Discover real-world Challenges
  • Do hands-on activities off-screen
    Do hands-on activities off-screen
  • Make creative solutions
    Make creative Solutions
  • Share their ideas
    Share their
  • Reflect on their learnings
    Reflect on their Learnings

Currently, in its beta form, we launched MuSo.d's testing phase with 6 missions and garnered amazing responses from children who had signed up!

We are in the process of consolidating feedback and will be back soon! Have a question/query? Email us on

Meanwhile, scroll down to see what children who participated this time have done and get inspired!

Climate change and me
The clothing conundrum
Fake vs Fact
Whats for Lunch
Plastic Predicament
Spaced Out

Children’s solutions

  • Medhansh Nanavati,
    11, Mumbai
  • Aanyaa Garatikar,
    9, Mumbai
  • Raghubir Modi,
    5, New Delhi
  • Swara Lashkare,
    13, Nagpur
  • Yuvaksh Arya,
    9, Mumbai
  • Advita Jain,
    13, Mumbai


The content conceived and depicted by MUSO correlates to the classroom learning beautifully. This provides opportunities for children to explore the understanding of concepts in real life situations with exciting innovations through immersion and investigation modules. The format is scientifically designed and engages each student equally with clearly set learning objectives. Children can experience the joy of learning in the real sense of the term.

Dr. G. Nagashree

Principal, MET Rishikul Vidyalaya

The mission was very innovative, creative and the activities made me rethink the way I consume plastic.


9 years old, in response to MuSo.d's Plastic Predicament mission

MuSo's new digital interface is a great platform for students to carry out passion-based projects, foster a problem-solving approach, and empower them to take action for a better world.

Nita Luthria Row

PYP Head, Bombay International School

As a parent, I loved the level of engagement and excitement my child showed. He was literally wide-eyed while watching the videos.

Maithili Parekh