MATHEMATICS

WORKSHEETS

CLASS 1

MATH-MAGIC

BOOK 1

Worksheets Planned For the Year 2011-12

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INTRODUCTION

The word mathematics often brings frown on the face of children. They feel jittery to learn with numbers. To erase this perception of mathematics and to make it a joyful learning experience this workbook is brought out. This edition of the workbook is prepared specially to develop interest among children to learn mathematics without the feeling of burden (Generous Joy NCF 2005).

The following are the highlights of this workbook:

· Readiness exercises

· Child-centered Activities

· Exercises designed especially for the development of understanding, computation and problem-solving skills.

· Strengthening of the learning process though team/group based activities.

The activities in this book aim to fortify the concepts learnt by the child in class and encourage the child to think laterally by approaching each concept from different perspectives. The exercises have been carefully designed and arranged to enable the child to work them out individually.

I trust this workbook will prove beneficial to students, teachers and parents as well.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We thank the Principal, Headmistress and Teachers of K .V. Hebbal for their guidance, support and co-operation. It is their encouragement that made it possible to bring out this workbook to reach out to the children of all the KV’s included in cluster 2.

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WORK BOOK IN MATHEMATICS (2011-12)

Class 1

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Table of Contents:

Sl No.

Month

Topic

No. of W.S

Page No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

April/May

June/July

August

September

I TERM

SHAPES AND SPACE

NUMBERS 1 TO 9

ADDITION

SUBTRACTION

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

6 – 9

10 – 13

14 – 17

18 – 21

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

October

November

December

January

Feburary

II TERM

NUMBERS from 10 TO 20

TIME

MEASUREMENT

NUMBERS from 21 TO 50

DATA HANDLING

PATTERNS

NUMBERS from 51 TO 100

MONEY

HOW MANY

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

22-25

26-29

30-33

34-36

37-40

41-44

45-48

49-52

53-56

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Topic: Shapes and Space Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :- Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Colour red, green, blue, yellow,

Teacher’s sign:______________ Parent’s sign________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Tick the thicker brush

2. Tick the longer pencil

3. Tick the smaller kite

4. Tick the bigger ball

Teacher’s sign:______________ Parent’s sign________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency :- Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Tick the cat nearest to the tree

2. Tick the farthest object from the bed.

3. Tick the nearest car to the house

4. Tick the farthest cloud from the moon

Teacher’s sign:______________ Parent’s sign________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month__________

Competency :- Understanding Basic Concept

1. Write ‘rolls’ under the objects which rolls and ‘slides’ under the objects which slides.

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Topic: Numbers from one to nine Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency:- Understanding basic concepts:-

Match the picture with the correct number:-

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3

5

1 1

2

11

WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month__________ Competency:- Understanding basic concepts

1. Join the dots and colour the picture .

2. Write the numbers before and after the given numbers .

Before After

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3

6

4

8

5

2

7

1

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts: –

1. Write the number between the given numbers.

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3

4

5

2

4

7

9

6

1

3

5

7

6

8

13

WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : – Understanding basic concepts

1. Re-arrange the jumbled spelling of the numbers and write the correct numbers.

Example:-

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X

I

S

I

X

W

O

T

O

E

N

I

V

E

F

R

O

U

F

E

V

N

E

S

T

G

H

I

E

E

E

R

H

T

E

N

I

N

6

14

Topic: Addition Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency –Ability to compute

Count and colour the correct number of shapes

and more is

and more is

and more is

and more is

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency –Ability to compute

1. ADD and MATCH

3+2 2+4

4+ 2 2+3

1+ 3 1+2

2+1 3+1

3+ 6 1+5

5+ 1 6+3

7 + 2 5+4

4 + 5 2+ 7

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency –Understanding basic concepts

Fill up this number Sun with addition facts

Teacher’s sign – _________ Parent’s sign – ____________

8

9

7

10000

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency – Ability to Compute

1. Find the sum:

4 3 7

+ 5 + 2 + 2

________ ________ ________

________ ________ _________

5 4 2

+ 0 + 0 + 5

_____ _______ ________

_____ ________ _________

2. Find the Sum and fill in the blanks:

4 + 2 = 6 + 3 =

8 + 1 = 7 + 2 =

6 + 2 = 4 + 3 =

7 + 1 = 9 + 1 =

5 + 4 = 2 + 7 =

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Topic: Subtraction Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Subtract:

take away =

take away =

5 take away =

= take away

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4

4

5

5

8

9

6

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability to compute

1. Subtract and write the answer in the box:

__ =

__ =

___ =

=

=

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=

=

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Write as shown and subtract:-

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5 – 3 = 2

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Ability to compute 1. Subtract and Match:-

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7 — 3

6 — 4

8 — 5

2 — 1

5 — 0

7 — 1

8 — 0

9 — 1

8 — 3

7 — 4

5 — 3

6 — 2

4 — 3

9 — 3

2

3

8

5

4

6

1

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Topic: Numbers from 10 to 20 Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Copy and write the numbers in the given boxes. One is done for you:-

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

Competency: Understanding Basic Concept

2. Write the number name:-

15 = Fifteen

20 = ___________________ 19 = ________________________

13 = ____________________ 16 = _______________________

17 = _____________________ 18 = _______________________

14 = _____________________ 11 = _______________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: understanding Basic Concept

1. Split the numbers into tens and ones and write:-

Example

Tens Ones

= 12 1 + 2

= +

= +

= +

= +

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: understanding Basic Concept

1. Write what comes:-

Before After

___ 12 10 ___

___ 13 14 ___

___ 16 19 ____

____ 11 17 ____

____ 15 12 ____

2. What comes between:-

18 20 16 18

12 14 10 12

15 17 17 19

13 15 14 16

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability to compute

1. Skip counting by 2 ( 2-20)

2. Join the dots to make a Christmas tree:-

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Topic: Time Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concept

1. Tick ( ) the activities you do in the morning:-

2. Tick ( ) the activities you do in the mid-day:-

3. Tick ( ) the activities you do in the evening

4. Tick ( ) the activities you do at night.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Fill in the blanks:-

i) A day has _____ hours.

ii) There are ______ days in a week.

iii) Sunday is a _____________.

2. The names of seven days are :-

1. M________________, 2.T_____________, 3. W_________________,

4. T_________________, 5.F_____________,

6. S________________ and 7. S_________________.

3. There are _______ months in a year.

They are:-

1. J______________ 2. F_________________

3. M______________ 4. A__________________

5. M______________ 6. J___________________

7. J________________ 8. A___________________

9. S_______________ 10. O___________________

11. N______________ 12. D ___________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concept

1. Answer the following questions:-

1. At what time do you get up in the morning?

Ans: – I get up at ____________________.

2. At what time do you go to school?

Ans: -_________________________________.

3. At what time does your school start?

Ans: -_________________________________.

4. At what time do you play?

Ans: -_________________________________.

5. At what time do you take your dinner?

Ans: -_________________________________.

6. At what time do you go to bed?

Ans: -_________________________________.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Fill in the blanks:-

_____ days has September,

April, June and November;

February has _____ alone

All the rest have ______

Except in Leap Year, that’s the time

When February’s Days are ______.

2. Draw a clock:-

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9 3

6

30

Topic: Measurement Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts: –

1. Encircle the longer pencil .

2 . Encircle the shorter girl:

3. Encircle the thinner brush:

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts:

1. Tick the tallest tree:

2. Tick the heaviest watermelon:

3. Tick the thickest cylinder:

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts: –

1. Tick the heavier of the two:

2. Tick the lighter of the two:

3. Tick the thicker of the two:

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts:

1. Tick the Longest.

2. Measure and find out.

i´ My classroom blackboard is ________________ spans long .

ii´ My book is ________________ pencils long .

iii´ My table is ________________ spans long .

iv´ The breath of my classroom is ___________ feet.

v´ My school bag is _________________ Spans long .

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Topic: Numbers from 21 to 50 Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concept

1. Write the number names of the following:-

21 = __________________________________ 34= ____________________________

24=___________________________________ 48= ____________________________

27= ___________________________________ 25= ____________________________

30= ___________________________________ 44= _____________________________

39= ___________________________________ 29= _____________________________

42= ___________________________________ 49= _____________________________

47= ___________________________________ 23=_____________________________

50= ___________________________________ 36= _____________________________

40= ___________________________________ 25= _____________________________

33= ___________________________________ 20= _____________________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding basic Concepts

1. Join the dots to make a lamb:-

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Write the missing numerals:-

1

3

6

8

10

11

16

18

22

25

29

31

33

36

40

44

47

49

2. Write the numbers for the following number names:-

a) five = f) forty-five =

b) Eighteen = g) twenty =

c) thirty-six = h) fifteen =

d) twenty-nine = i) forty-eight =

e) Twelve = j) thirty-five =

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Topic: Data Handling Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts: –

1. Given below are objects that you see in your home. Count the number of letters in each object.

How many objects have 5 letters

How many objects have 3 letters

How many objects have 7 letters

How many times letter A comes in all the objects taken together

How many times letter M comes in all the objects taken together

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B

L

E

C

H

A

I

R

F

A

T

N

W

I

N

D

O

W

C

O

M

P

U

T

L

I

G

H

T

E

R

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts: –

1. Count the following shapes in the above picture .

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Formation of Numbers

These are the names of some flowers grown in our school garden. Count the members of alphabets in each flower.

1. R O S E

2. J A S M I N E =

3. H I S B IS C U S

4. P E R I W I N K L E =

5. G U L M O H A R =

6. D A H L I A =

7. B A L S A M =

1. How many flowers have 6 alphabets in their name ____________

2. How many flowers have 8 alphabets in their name ?_________________

3. Which flower has the least number of alphabets?__________________

4. How many “ i “ are these in all the names?_______________

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40

WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency:- Problem Solving Ability

Count the shapes in the above picture Name the shape that occurs most_______________

_ ______________

Name the shape that occurs least_______________

_ _____________

_ ____________

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Topic: Patterns Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency – Understanding basic concepts

Look at the pattern and complete:

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency – Understanding basic concepts

1. Complete the following patterns:

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts: –

1. Complete the following pattern :-

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. What comes next in the sequence?

11 11 12 11 11 12

12 11 11 12 11 11

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Topic:Numbers from 51 to 100 Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :- Ability to compute

Write the following numerals as Tens and Ones:

45 – tens and ones

63 – tens and ones

84 – tens and ones

96 – tens and ones

77 – tens and ones

90 – tens and ones

75 – tens and ones

52 – tens and ones

68 – tens and ones

89 – tens and ones

57 – tens and ones

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5

46

WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency:Formation of Numbers

1. Complete the table with numbers ( forward counting):

51

58

64

77

81

85

94

99

2. Complete the table with numbers ( backward Counting)

100

96

92

88

83

80

75

71

69

62

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency :- Problem Solving Ability

1. See the example and draw and show

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82

52

48

WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency:-Ability to Compute

1. Fill in the blanks with next three numbers.

Counting by 2’s

1. 33 35 37 ___ ___ ___

2. 50 52 54 ___ ___ ___

3. 61 63 65 ___ ___ ___

4. 48 50 52 ___ ___ ___

5. 32 34 36 ___ ___ ___

Counting by 5‘s

1. 55 60 65 ___ ___ ___

2. 75 80 85 ___ ___ ___

3. 50 55 60 ___ ___ ___

Counting by 10‘s

1. 10 20 30 ___ ___ ___

2. 35 45 55 ___ ___ ___

3. 23 43 53 ___ ___ ___

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Topic: Money Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic concept

1. Stick the pictures of coins and notes of given denominations:

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1

Rupee

50

Paise

2

Rupees

5

Rupees

10 rupees

100 rupees

50 rupees

50

WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability To Compute

1. Make the given amount using different combination of coins:-

50 paise 1 rupee 2 rupees

1 rupee

2 rupees

4 rupees

5 rupees

6 rupees

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

1. Guess and write the cost of the following items:

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Rs. 20

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: – Understanding basic concepts: –

1. With a pencil trace the coins used in India .

50 Paise

1 rupee

2 rupees

5 rupees

10 rupees

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Topic: How Many? Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency – Ability to compute

1. Find the sum:

1. + =

2. + =

3. + =

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Encircle the bigger number

1. 67 77

2. 30 19

3. 43 57

2. How many altogether

+ =

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12 13

10 15

35 22

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency – Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Write the number names

58_________________ 65 _________________

40______________ 97 _________________

2. Write the numerals

thirty-five _____ twenty nine -___

ninety –one ___ seventy three -___

Competency: Understanding basic concepts

3. How many tens and ones are there?

Tens ones

34 =______ _____

50 =______ ________

23 =______ _______

15=______ _______

Competency – Ability to compute

4.How much will the following cost?

= Rupees 5

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= Rupees _____

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency –Ability to compute

1. Count and write how many:

= ______

= ______

= ______

= ______

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56MATHEMATICS

WORKSHEETS

CLASS II

2

Cluster 2

K.V.Hebbal,

K.V IISc,

K.V. No.1 Jalahalli,

K.V No.2 Jalahalli,

K.V. Malleswaram

MATH-MAGIC

BOOK 2

Worksheets Planned For the Year 2011-12

3

INTRODUCTION

The word mathematics often brings frown on the face of children. They feel jittery to learn with numbers. To erase this perception of mathematics and to make it a joyful learning experience this workbook is brought out. This edition of the workbook is prepared specially to develop interest among children to learn mathematics without the feeling of burden (Generous Joy NCF 2005).

The following are the highlights of this workbook:

· Readiness exercises

· Child-centered Activities

· Exercises designed especially for the development of understanding, computation and problem-solving skills.

· Strengthening of the learning process though team/group based activities.

The activities in this book aim to fortify the concepts learnt by the child in class and encourage the child to think laterally by approaching each concept from different perspectives. The exercises have been carefully designed and arranged to enable the child to work them out individually.

I trust this workbook will prove beneficial to students, teachers and parents as well.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We thank the Principal, Headmistress and Teachers of K .V. Hebbal for their guidance, support and co-operation. It is their encouragement that made it possible to bring out this workbook to reach out to the children of all the KV’s included in cluster 2.

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WORK BOOK IN MATHEMATICS (2011-12)

Class 2

Paste your photo in the box:

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Table of contents

Sl No.

Month

Topic

No. of W.S

Page No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

April

June/July

August

September

Term I

What is long, What is round

Counting In Groups

How much can you carry

Counting in Tens

Patterns

Footprints

Jugs and Mugs

1 – 4

1 – 3

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

6 – 9

10 – 12

13 – 16

17– 20

21 – 24

25 – 28

29 – 32

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

October

November

December

January

Feburary

Term II

Tens and Ones

My Funday

Add our Points

Lines and Lines

Give and Take

The Longest Step

Birds come, birds go

How many Ponytails

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 3

1 – 3

1 – 4

1 – 2

1 – 2

1 – 4

33 – 36

37 – 40

41 – 43

44 – 46

47 – 50

51 – 52

53 – 54

55 – 59

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Topic: What is Long, What is round Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding basic Concepts

1. Colour the Round objects Green and Long objects Brown.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw and colour 5 long and 5 round objects:

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw, colour and name 5 objects that roll and 5 objects that slide:

Rolls:

Slides:

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw colour and name six objects that can both roll and slide:

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Topic: Counting in Groups Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Counting by two’s write numbers starting from:

2 _____ _____ _____ _____

40 _____ _____ _____ _____

85 _____ _____ _____ _____

2. Counting by three’s write numbers starting from:

3 _____ _____ _____ _____

29 _____ _____ _____ _____

57 _____ _____ _____ _____

3. Counting by five’s write numbers starting from:

5 _____ _____ _____ _____

50 _____ _____ _____ _____

61 _____ _____ _____ _____

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understnding Basic Concepts:

1. Guess and write the number

apples pair of scissors

pair of dice bangles

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Count the following and fill in the blanks:

beads

How many in each group?

Guess the total number of spoons

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Topic: How much can you carry? Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Colour the one which is lighter.

2. Colour the one which is heavier.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw and colour four pairs of objects of your choice – one heavy and one light.

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Heavy

Light

Heavy

Light

Heavy

Light

Heavy

Light

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Fill in the blanks using the word lighter or heavier:

a. A football is ____________ than a pen.

b. A pillow is ___________ than a mattress.

c. An orange is ___________ than a watermelon.

d. A cricket ball __________ than a marble.

e. A coat is ___________ than a shirt

f. A balloon is ____________ than a book.

g. A pen is ___________ than a feather.

h. A wheel is __________ than a button

i. A needle is ___________ than a sword.

j. A school bag is __________ than a pencil box.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Which of the things will make the see – saw go up and go down? Write the correct number in the box.

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1

1

1

1

1

2

2

2

2

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Topic: Counting in Tens Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency : Ability To Compute:

1. Count and fill in the blanks

_________________ ___________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Study the figures and answer the questions that follow:

a. How many bunch of ten leaves are there ? ____________

b. How many leaves are there in each bunch ? ____________

c. How many leaves are outside the bunch ? ____________

d. How many leaves are there in all ? ____________

e. How many leaves will 2 bunches have ? ____________

a. How many bunch of ten leaves are there ? ____________

b. How many leaves are there in each bunch ? ____________

c. How many leaves are outside the bunch ? ____________

d. How many leaves are there in all ? ____________

e. How many leaves will 3 bunches have ? ____________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Arrange 80 bindis in any pattern you like in group of tens in the space provided:

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw and colour necklaces, using 46 beads. If each

necklace has 10 beads , how many beads are left ?

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Topic: Patterns Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw patterns using your thumb print .

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw patterns using vegetable print:

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw patterns using different shapes .

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Read and write what comes next :

1

2

1

A

B

C

A

10

20

30

AB

CD

EF

5

10

15

1

2

3

20

19

18

2

4

6

1A

2B

3C

3

6

9

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Topic: FootPrints Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Match these animals with their footprints:

2. Match the tracings with these objects:

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Count these shapes:

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Write the names of the things you can find with these shapes.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Fill in the boxes.

2. Draw and colour a cuboid , a cube , a cylinder , a cone and a sphere.

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FACES

EDGES

CORNERS

Cuboid

Cube

Cylinder

Cone

Sphere

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Topic: Jugs and Mugs Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Encircle the objects that can be used to measure capacity .

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Encircle the object which has more capacity .

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Arrange the following objects in order of increasing capacity .Write numbers 1,2,3 under them:

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability To Compute

1. Fill in the blanks appropriately:

1. To make of lemon drink we need lemon .

Forof lemon drink

We need ________________________ lemons .

2. fill .

We need ___________________________________ glasses to

fill .

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Topic: Tens and Ones Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts:

1. Count and write the numbers.

= _____________________

+ = ___________________

= _______________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability To Compute:

1. How much money do the notes and coins make, count and write.

= _____________

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= ______________________

= ______________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Fill in the blanks :

1). 36 = ____ + 6

2). ____ = 40 + 9

3). 70 + _____ = 71

4).____ + 4 = 64

5). 80 + 2 = ______

6).90 + ____ = _____

7) 68 + 5 = _________

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

1. There are 48 students in your class. How many teams of ten students each can you make?

Solution-

2. A basket has 57 flowers. How many garlands of ten flower each can you make? How many flowers are left?

Solution-

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Topic: My Funday Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts:

1. A year has 12 months . Write the names of the months and also the number of days in each month:

2. a) What is the day 7 days after Monday? _______________

b) What is the day 3 days after Thursday? ______________

c) If today is Friday, which day would be day after tomorrow?

______________________

And which day was yesterday? _________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Formation Of Numbers:

1. Answer the given questions :

a) How many days are there in a week?

___________________________________________________

b) How many months are there in an year ?

___________________________________________________

c) How many days are there in an year ?

___________________________________________________

2. Here’s a story for you:

King John had seven daughters. He named them after the names of the days of

a week.

What were King John’s daughter’s names?

_________________, ________________, ___________________,

_________________ , ________________, ___________________,

__________________.

After some years, he had five more daughters. He wanted to give names to all

his daughters such that it would be easy for all to remember their names. He

had a clever Minister in his court. He suggested the King to name them after

the months of an year as per their age. The King was very happy with this idea

and he named his daughters as the Minister suggested.

Write the names of the all the daughters of King John?

_____________,________________,____________,_____________________

,__________,__________,___________,_____________________________,_

________________,______________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Given below is a timetable of Class-II :

Look at the time-table given above and answer the given question:

a) On which days does the class has Games? ______________

________________________________________________

b) How many Games period are there in all? ___________

c) On which days do the students enjoy Art ? ____________

_______________________________________________

d) Suhaas enjoys the Music periods. Which are the days he tries not to be absent in the School?

___________________________________________________

e) How many Maths periods are there for Class –II as per the given

time – table? ______________

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TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

SATURDAY

1

MATHS

MATHS

MPT

MATHS

MATHS

MATHS

2

MATHS

MATHS

MATHS

MATHS

EVS

ENG

3

GAMES

GAMES

HINDI

GAMES

GAMES

MUSIC

4

ENG

ENG

GAMES

ENG

HINDI

LIB

5

HINDI

HINDI

EVS

WE

ART

MATHS

6

MUSIC

EVS

ENG

HINDI

HINDI

EVS

7

HINDI

HINDI

ENG

EVS

CCA

ENG

8

EVS

EVS

LIB

EVS

CCA

HINDI

9

ENG

ENG

LIB

MATHS

ENG

GAMES

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Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Look at the Calendar and answer the questions given below :

a) On which day does your birthday fall in 2011? _______________

b) On which day is the New Year’s Day in 2011?_______________

c) Which months have five Sundays in 2011?

______________________________________________________

d) Which month has least number of days? _________________

e) On which day is 15th August’2011? ____________________

f) On which day will you celebrate Children’s Day in 2011?__________

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Topic: Add our Points Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. How fast can you add?

1 . 7 + 6 + 3 =

2. 6 + 2 + 4=

3. 9 + 1 + 9 =

4. 8 + 7 + 2 =

5. 3 + 8 + 7 =

2. Think and write the correct number in the boxes:

1. 15 + 8 = 4. + 5 = 26

2. 19 + 13 = 5. 25 + = 32

3. 16 + 10 = 6. + 12 = 22

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Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability:

1. Fill in the circles by adding the numbers given in the circles across and down :

From your results, find the sum of the largest number and the smallest number in the grid.

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8

2

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

Fill in the missing numbers in the table:

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Topic: Lines and Lines Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw the digital numbers.

2. Write your name using digital alphabets.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Colour the standing lines red,slanting lines green and curved lines blue.Fill in the design with other colours of your choice.

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Draw a 15 X 15 grid of dots. Join the dots with curved or straight lines and make a rangoli design. Colour the design.

2. Draw five figures using sleeping , standing, slanting and curved lines. Colour them of your choice.

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Topic: Give and Take Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Show the addition by drawing necklace of 10 beads

and loose beads.

15

+26

23

+ 12

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Show the subtraction by drawing necklace of 10 beads

loose beads.

and

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– 17

20

– 16

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

1. Sneha has 12 dolls. Her uncle gifted her 14 dolls more. How many dolls does Sneha have now?

2. Ramu sold his cricket bat for Rs. 65.He also sold his cricket ball for Rs.37.How much money does Ramu have now?

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

1. There were 36 eggs in a basket. Rajani dropped the basket and 17 eggs were broken. How many unbroken eggs are left in the basket?

2. Somu’s mother gave him Rs. 90 for lunch. He ate one Dosa for Rs.35. How much money should he give back to his mother?

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Topic: The Longest Step Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Find the length of the following using fingers, foot and handspan:

a) Your table – _________ handspans

b) Your Pencilbox – _________ fingers

c) Your nose – _________ fingers

d) Your friend’s forehead – __________ fingers

e) Your water bottle – _________ handspans

f) Your teacher’s table – ________ handspans

g) The blackboard of your classroom – _______ handspans

h) The length of your classroom – ________ foot

i) Width of the corridor in front of your classroom- _______foot

j) Length of the assembly stage of your school- _______foot

k) Length of your Mathematics textbook- ________ fingers

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

Do as directed:

1. Draw a tree 2 fingers away on the left of the hut.

2. Draw a pond 4 fingers away behind the hut.

3. Draw two mountains 2 fingers away from the pond.

4. Draw a bird 1 finger away on the top of the tree.

5. Draw a garden 3 fingers away in front of the hut.

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Topic: Birds come, Birds go Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency: Ability To Compute:

1. Find the answer:

25 78 39 64

+ 18 + 14 – 17 – 37

90 63 44 29

– 46 +29 – 29 + 45

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

Complete the word problems:

1. Near a lake,there were 42 cranes and 27 swans.What is the total number of swans and cranes?

The total number of swans and cranes is ________.

2. Squikoo squirrel can eat 25 nuts in a week. Geeko squirrel can eat 36 nuts in a week.Who eats more nuts and by how much?

___________ eats _______ nuts.

3. Rohit is 34 years old.Sumit is 26 years old.How many years older is Rohit?

Rohit is ______ years older than Sumit.

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Topic: How Many Ponytails Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency : Problem Solving

1. Look at the charts given below and answer the given questions:

1.

a)Which colour ball is liked the most? __________

b)which colour ball is liked the least? __________

2.

a) How many children come to School by Auto?_______

b) Which vehicle is preferred more-School Bus or Van?_________ Item How many children in the school like it Red Balls 35 Blue Balls

87 Green Balls 64 White Balls

37 Black Balls 93 Vehicle How many children in the class come by School Bus 47 Van

39 Auto 13 Motorcycle

84 Cycle 63

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3.

a)Which vegetable is liked the least?__________

b)Which vegetable is liked more-Tomato or Potato? And by how much? ____________

c) Which Vegetable is liked the most? ________________________

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89 Onion 67 Pumpkin

43 Spinach 73

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Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

1. Ask your friends which subject they like the most and wite in the box given below.

Subject

How many children in the class like it ENGLISH

HINDI

MATHS

EVS

a) Which subject is liked the most?____________

b) How many children like the subject Maths? ________

c) Which subject is liked the least? _________

d)How many children do not like Hindi? __________

e) How many children like Maths and EVS? _____________

f) How many like English and Maths? _______________

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2. Fill in the birthday chart for your class:

a)Which month has the maximum number of birthday celebrations? ______________

b)How many birthdays are celebrated in the month of January?

_______________

c)How many children have their birthdays during the summer vacation? __________

MONTHS

How many children have birthdays in this month January

February

March

April

May

June

July

August

September

October

November

December

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MATHEMATICS

WORKSHEETS

CLASS III

2

Cluster 2

K.V.Hebbal,

K.V IISc,

K.V. No.1 Jalahalli,

K.V No.2 Jalahalli,

K.V. Malleswaram

MATH-MAGIC

BOOK 3

Worksheets Planned For the Year 2011-12

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INTRODUCTION

The word mathematics often brings frown on the face of children. They feel jittery to learn with numbers. To erase this perception of mathematics and to make it a joyful learning experience this workbook is brought out. This edition of the workbook is prepared specially to develop interest among children to learn mathematics without the feeling of burden (Generous Joy NCF 2005).

The following are the highlights of this workbook:

· Readiness exercises

· Child-centered Activities

· Exercises designed especially for the development of understanding, computation and problem-solving skills.

· Strengthening of the learning process though team/group based activities.

The activities in this book aim to fortify the concepts learnt by the child in class and encourage the child to think laterally by approaching each concept from different perspectives. The exercises have been carefully designed and arranged to enable the child to work them out individually.

I trust this workbook will prove beneficial to students, teachers and parents as well.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We thank the Principal, Headmistress and Teachers of K .V. Hebbal for their guidance, support and co-operation. It is their encouragement that made it possible to bring out this workbook to reach out to the children of all the KV’s included in cluster 2.

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WORK BOOK IN MATHEMATICS (2011-12)

Class 3

Paste your photo in the box:

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Table of Contents:

Sl No.

Month

Topic

No. of W.S

Page No.

1.

2.

3.

4.

April/May

June/July

August

September

I TERM

Where to look from

Fun with Numbers

Give and Take

Long and Short

Shapes and Designs

Fun with Give and Take

Time goes on

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

6 – 9

10 – 13

14 – 17

18 – 21

22 – 25

26 – 29

30 – 33

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

October

November

December

January

Feburary

II TERM

Who is heavier?

How many times?

Play with patterns

Jugs and Mugs

Can we share?

Smart Charts

Rupees and Paise

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

1 – 4

34 – 37

38 – 41

42 – 45

46 – 49

50 – 53

54 – 57

58 – 61

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Topic: Where To Look From ? Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Underline the correct view to look at these things:

TOP / SIDE / FRONT TOP / SIDE / FRONT

2. Observe the following figures and complete the other half.

3. Complete these figures to form the basic shapes.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Compentency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Guess the words by looking at these halves and complete them:

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem solving ability

1. Draw the top view of any two things in the space provided.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability.

1. Draw the Line of Symmetry for the following:

A M U W

E B C D

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Topic : Fun with Numbers Date________

WORK SHEET No.1 Month________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Fill in the missing numerals

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Write the number names for the following

a) 199 ________________________________________________

b) 213 ________________________________________________

c) 341 ________________________________________________

d) 605 ________________________________________________

Competency: Ability to compute

1. Counting by 2’s write the numbers starting from:

2. Counting by 5’s write the numbers starting from:

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205

478

483

765

770

322

414

120

550

634

852

421

323

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Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

1. Arrange the following numbers in ascending order

2. Arrange the following numbers in descending order

3. How many triangles can you find in this figure?

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412 , 521

356 , 800

742 , 153

145 , 631

511 , 621

133 , 666

876 , 168

421 , 764

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability.

1. Who am I ?

1) My Ones digit is four.

My Tens digit is 3 more than my Ones digit.

I am the number ___________________.

2) My Ones digit is five.

My Tens digit is 2 more than my Ones digit.

My Hundreds digit is 1 less than my Ones digit.

I am the number ___________________ .

3) My Ones digit is zero.

My Tens digit is 7 more than my Ones digit.

My Hundreds digit is 6 more than my Ones digit.

I am the number _____________________.

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Colour the Numbers as directed.

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9

132

4

458

45

909

77

5

1 digit numbers GREEN.

2 digit numbers YELLOW.

3 digit numbers RED.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute.

1. Write the Expanded form of the following Numbers.

1. 732 = 700 + 30 + 2.

2. 123 = ___________________

3. 390 = ___________________

4. 589 = __________________

5. 666 = __________________

6. 909 =__________________

7. 576 = _________________

8. 345 = __________________

9. 809 = __________________

10. 200= ___________________

11. 851 = ___________________

12. 454= ____________________

13. 333 = ____________________

14. 666 = ____________________

15. 760 = ____________________

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Topic : Give and Take Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Count backwards and fill in the boxes:

a) 19

b) 40

c) 68

d) 54

e) 14

f) 23

g) 65

h) 100

i) 21

j) 33

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1) Add the given numbers using the grid

91

92

93

94

95

96

97

98

99

100

81

82

83

84

85

86

87

88

89

90

71

72

73

74

75

76

77

78

79

80

61

62

63

64

65

66

67

68

69

70

51

52

53

54

55

56

57

58

59

60

41

42

43

44

45

46

47

48

49

50

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

a) 45+ 5 = __________ c) 32+ 8 = __________

b) 60 + 7 = __________ d) 57 + 9 = __________

2) Subtract the given numbers using the grid:

c)

d)

e)

f)

g)

h)

i)

a) 45 – 5 = __________ c) 32 – 8 = __________

b) 60 – 7 = __________ d) 57 – 9 = __________

WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________ Competency : Ability to compute

1. Break the number and find the sum.

1) 72 + 12 =

2) 62 + 38 =

3) 46 + 21 =

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2

10

2

70

10

2

2

80

4

84

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

I. Add mentally and write the number:

1. 11 more than 20 _____________

2. 10 more than 49 ______________

3. The sum of 28 and 10 is _____________

4. 9 added to 41 gives _____________

5. 19 added to 7 gives _____________

6. 10 less than 100 is _____________

7. 12 less than 60 is _____________

8. Take away 20 from 70 _____________

9. Take away 15 from 75 _____________

10. Take away 7 from 7 _____________

11. 76 less than 76 is _____________

12. 19 less than 90 is _____________

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Topic : Long and Short Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Fill in the blanks

1) The standard unit for measuring length is _________________

2) 1 m = _________________ cm

3) 4 m = _________________ cm

4) 8 m = _________________ cm

5) 2 m 50 cm = _________________ cm

6) 7 m 90 cm = _________________ cm

7) 9m 10 cm = _________________ cm

8) 500 cm = _________________ m

9) 700 cm = _________________ m

10) 850 cm = _________________ m _____________________ cms

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Estimate the lengths of the following objects and tick the right answer

Less than 1 m

1) Length of a blackboard

More than 1 m

Less than 1 m

2) Length of a cot

More than 1 m

Less than 1 m

3) Length of a pillow

More than 1 m

Less than 1 m

4) Length of a door

More than 1 m

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Use a scale and measure the lengths of the following objects

______________________cms _____________________cms

______________________cms _____________________cms

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

Work out the steps in your mind and write the answers directly in the box.

1) 44 + 22 =

2) 19 + 71 =

3) 48 + 42 =

4) 33 + 37 =

5) 67 + 33 =

6) 80 + 20 =

7) 94 – 22 =

8) 86 – 10 =

9) 49 – 9 =

10) 88 – 18 =

11) 70 – 70 =

12) 40 – 0 =

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Topic : Shapes and Designs Date________

WORK SHEET No.1 Month________

Competency:Formation of Numbers

1. Name these shapes and colour them.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Count the number of Edges and Corners in these figures.

a) Edges = ___________

Corners =__________

b)

Edges = ___________

Corners = _________

c)

Edges = ___________

Corners = __________

d)

Edges = ____________

Corners = ___________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Count the number of squares, rectangles, triangles and circles in the following picture.

Number of = _____________

Number of = ______________

Number of = ______________

Number of = ____________

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

1. Colour the Squares_Red, Circles_Blue, Rectangles_Yellow and Triangles_Green in the pictures below.

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Topic : Fun with Give and Take Date________

WORK SHEET No.1 Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Find the missing numbers:

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140

160

800

700

600

50

150

100

125

150

175

480

460

175

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Month_________

Competency: Ability to compute

I. Find the answers mentally:

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–

–

+

+

90

43

56

60

75 85

140

210 230

110

50

180

–

– +

+ =

=

=

=

=

=

= =

=

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

I. Solve the following:

1. Rakhi is 12 years old. Her mother is 38 years old. How much younger is Rakhi than her mother?

2. Sachin scored 186 runs in a test cricket match. How many more runs should he make to score a double century?

3. Raju bought a shirt for Rs. 135 and a trouser for Rs.189. how much money did he spend in all?

WORK SHEET No. 4

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Ability to Compute

I. Check the subtraction answer using addition:

II. Solve the following:

1 8 1 6 2 5 3 3

– 9 – 8 – 7 – 1 7

2 3 5 4 7 0 5 0 0 6 0 4

-1 4 9 – 3 6 8 – 2 7 6 – 4 5 7

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4

5

1

3

2

4

6

3

2

5

8

8

5

3

2

8

4

7

0

0

4

3

8

A)

–

B)

–

C)

–

D)

–

+

+

+

+

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TOPIC: Time Goes On Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month_______

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. How long does it take? Use the words given below:

a. To drink a glass of water __________________________________

b. To brush your teeth __________________________________

c. For the sun to rise __________________________________

d. To blink your eyes __________________________________

e. To switch on the light __________________________________

f. For a plant to grow __________________________________

g. To do your homework __________________________________

h. To eat your dinner __________________________________

i. To have a bath __________________________________

j. To pack your school bag __________________________________

II. What will the time be?

a. 1 hour after 10:30

b. 15 minutes after 3:30

c. 10 minutes before 1:20

d. 20 minutes before 5:00

e. 30 minutes after 4:00

Seconds minutes hours days months

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Match the watch with the correct time:

II. Draw the clocks and show the following time:

2:30 4:45

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2:10

40 minutes past 5

3:45

7:25

10 minutes past 6

11:35

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Rosy is my pet cat. The clocks show her daily schedule. Look at the time shown in the clocks and fill in the blanks:

Morning walk Has milk Takes a bath

Has lunch takes a nap Plays with me Goes to bed

II. Fill in the blanks and tick the correct option for morning or evening:

1. Rosy gets up at ________ and goes for

morning walk.

2. At ________ she has her milk.

3. Rosy takes a bath at _________.

4. At ________ rosy has her lunch.

5. Rosy takes a nap at ___________.

6. Rosy plays with me at __________.

7. Rosy goes to bed at ____________.

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A

E

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Lets Revise time:

a. 1 hour = minutes.

b. Minutes pass as the minutes hand passes from one number to another.

c. Hand is smaller than the hand.

d. At noon and midnight both hands point to

e. There are hours in a day.

f. At quarter past four the minute hand is at

g. At 8 :30 the minute hand is at

h. At 10:45 the minute hand points at

i. At 20 minutes past six the minute hand points at

j. The time 2 hours after 11:10 will be

k. The time 15 minutes after 1 will be Teacher’s Signature Parent’s Signature

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TOPIC: Who is heavier? Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month_________

Competency:Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Tick the object that will weigh more:

II. Encircle the heavier weight: III. Tick the object that

will weigh less:

20g 50g

5kg 8kg

250g 175g

50kg 276kg

100kg 100g

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. What will you use g or kg to measure the weight of the following:

1. A pencil ________________________

2. A big watermelon ________________________

3. A cake ________________________

4. An orange ________________________

5. A sack of wheat ________________________

6. A spoon of sugar ________________________

7. An apple ________________________

8. A big pumpkin ________________________

II. Match the following weights and use = sign and write in the given space:

Ex: 3kg of carrots = 3000 g of potatoes

1. __________________ ____________________

2. __________________ ____________________

3. __________________ ____________________

4. __________________ ____________________

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1 kg of potato

2 kg of beans

2 kg of tomatoes

1000 g of chillies

4 kg of onions

500 g of sugar

½ kg of rice

2 kg of brinjal + 2 kg of beetroot

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Guess their weights and match:

Competency : Ability to compute

II. Do as directed and complete the table:

Weights Double Half

2000 g

1 kg

6 kg

4000 g

20 kg

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2 kg

50 g

More than 100 kg

100 g

20 kg

10 kg

25 g

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Make a list of any 6 things which weigh:

II. Draw the weights that you will use to weigh the items given in the table:

Items

Weights used

50 kg of wheat

9 kg of beans

Half a kg of tomatoes

10 kg and 700 g of rice

800 g of sugar

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Less than 1 Kg

More than 1Kg KG

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TOPIC : How Many Times? Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Complete the table:

Sl No.

Repeated Addition

In words

Multiplication

1.

2 + 2 + 2

3 groups of 2 are 6

3 x 2 = 6

2.

7 + 7 + 7 + 7

4 groups of __are__

___x___ =____

3.

8 + 8 + 8

4.

9 + 9 + 9 + 9 + 9

5.

10 + 10

II. Encircle the multiples of 5:

1, 2, 5, 6, 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 24, 25, 30, 35, 40

III. Complete the multiplication tree:

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Look at the pattern and complete:

a) 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, _______, _______, _______

b) 5, 10, 15, 20, _______, _______, ________

c) 6, 12, 18, 24, ________, ________, _______

d) 20, 40, 60, 80 _______, ________, ________

e) 40, 80, 120, 160, _______, _______, _______

f) 15, 30, 45, 60, _______, ________, _______

II. Insert the signs ( +, -, or x):

a) 10 2 = 20 e) 4 4 = 0

b) 4 4 = 8 f) 6 10 = 16

c) 8 1 = 8 g) 2 5 = 10

d) 10 5 = 15 h) 10 5 = 50

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Look at the pattern and fill in the blanks:

1 x 8 = 8 (10 – 2) 1 x 9 = 9

2 x 8 = 16 (20 – 4) 2 x 9 = 18 (1 + 8 = 9)

3 x 8 = 24 (30 – 6) 3 x 9 = 27 (2 + 7 = 9)

4 x 8 = 32 (____ – 8) 4 x 9 = 36 (3 + 6 = 9)

5 x 8 = 40 (____ – ____) 5 x 9 = ____ (___+___=9)

6 x 8 = ___ (____-____) 6 x 9 = ____ (___+___=9)

7 x 8 = ___ (____-____) 7 x 9 = ____ (___+___=9)

8 x 8 = ___ (____-____) 8 x 9 = ____ (___+___=9)

9 x 8 = ___ (____-____) 9 x 9 = ____ (___+___=9)

10 x 8 = ___ (____-____) 10 x 9 = ____ (___+___=9)

II. Write the multiplication facts for the following:

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Number Multiplication Facts

36 9 x 4 4 x 9

42

80

65

14

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency:Ability to Compute

I. Find the product:

114 x 6

432 x 7

257 x 4

230 x 5

603 x 2

II. Find the product by coloumn method:

7 5

x 1 5

4 7

x 1 4

9 1

x 2 2

8 3

x 3 0

3 2

x 1 9

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

III. Fill in the blanks:

1. 21 x 100 = _______ 7. _______ x 100 = 1700

2. 87 x 200 = _______ 8. 9 x 300 = _______

3. 66 x 10 = ________ 9. 10 x 900 = _______

4. 607 x ______ = 6070 10. 700 x 10 = _______

5. ______ x 100 = 5000 11. 40 x 10 = ________

6. 10 x 85 = _______ 12. _______ x 10 = 1460

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Topic : Play with Patterns Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Observe the pattern and continue:

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

Competency: Ability to compute

II. Complete the following number patterns:

i. 5, 10, 15, 20, _______, _______, _______, _______

ii. 8, 18, 28, 38, _______, _______, _______, _______

iii. 99, 199, 299, 399, _______, _______, _______, _______

iv. 275, 274, 273, 272, _______, _______, _______, _______

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

I. Complete the following statements:

1. All numbers that end with 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8 are called ____________ numbers.

2. All numbers that end with 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 are called ____________ numbers.

3. If we add 1 to an even number we get a ______________number.

4. If we add 1 to a odd number we get an ______________number.

5. If we add an odd number to a odd number we get an ____________ number.

6. If we add an even number to a odd number we get a ___________ number.

7. The greatest 1 digit even number is ________________.

8. The smallest 1 digit odd number is ________________.

9. The greatest 2 digit odd number is ________________.

10. The smallest 2 digit odd number is ________________.

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Ability to Compute

I. Solve the following and write even or odd against each answer:

1.

15

+

10

=

25

Odd

2.

28

+

14

=

3.

54

–

10

=

4.

68

–

60

=

5.

4

x

5

=

6.

7

x

7

=

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

II. Colour as directed:

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1 digit odd numbers – Yellow

1 digit even numbers – Orange

2 digit odd numbers – Blue

2 digit even numbers – green

3 digit odd numbers – pink

3 digit even numbers – red

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Some secret messages are given below. Decode these messages and write:

a) 1g 2o 3o 4d 7m 5o 8r 9n 8i 2n 5g

_______________________________________________

b) 11w 2e 5l 8c 6o 3m 0e

_______________________________________________

c) AAWBBH NNE MMR DDE VVA WWR MME KKY GGO XXU?

________________________________________________

d) XXISSaTTmEEiFFnQQtVVhMMeAApUUlCCaHHyZZgAArUUo MMuLLnRRd

_________________________________________________

II. Arrange these names in alphabetical order and number these names in the box:

Mohan Shilpa

Lila Nandu

Chitra Pawan

Venu Ahmed

Zeenat Sameer

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Topic : Jugs and Mugs Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Complete the following table according to the example given:

Eg. 1 litre = 1000 millitres

SL.NO

LITRE

MILLILITRE

1.

Half a litre

2.

Three fourth litre

3.

One fourth litre

4.

Two litres

5.

Two and a half litre

6.

Three litres

7.

Five and a quarter litre

8.

Six litres

9.

Seven litres

10.

Eight litres

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding the Basic Concept

1. Which container holds the most liquid? Tick the correct figure:

A)

Which teapot contains the most tea?

B)

Which glass holds the most juice?

C)

Which mug holds the most cocoa?

D)

Which bottle holds the most bubble bath?

E)

Which glass holds the least juice?

F)

Which bottle holds the most bubble bath?

G)

Which glass holds the most juice?

H)

Which bottle holds the least bubble bath?

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Solve the Word problems:

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2. Mrs. Honey pot uses 6 glasses of water to make

one jug of juice. How much water will she use to make

three jugs of juice?

_________

3. The label on the bottle suggests that I use one part orange squash to five parts water. If I put seven cups of

orange squash into a jug, how much water should I add?

_________

4. A bottle holds 2 liters of water. David opens

a new bottle and drinks half. How much water is left

in the bottle?

_________

5. A carton of orange juice holds 2 liters. How many

500ml glasses can I pour from it?

_________

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

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1. Write out the amount of liquid by using the scale:

Note : I litre = 1000 millilitres or 1000 ml

one marking on the jar = 100 millilitres or 100ml

A)

How much liquid? Read the scale. Write the answer.

B)

How much liquid? Read the scale. Write the answer.

C)

How much liquid? Read the scale. Write the answer.

D)

How much liquid? Read the scale. Write the answer.

E)

How much liquid? Read the scale. Write the answer.

F)

How much liquid? Read the scale. Write the answer.

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Topic : Can we share? Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

1. Make equal groups and write the division facts for the following;

a) Make equal groups of 4

÷ =

a) Make equal groups of 2

÷ =

a) Make equal groups of 6

÷ =

a) Make equal groups of 7

÷ =

a) Make equal groups of 5

÷ =

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding the Basic Concept

1. Write 2 division facts for the following multiplication facts

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Ex 6 × 3 =18

18÷3=6

18÷6=3

7 × 4 = 28

9 × 5 = 45

6 × 8 = 48

5 × 7 = 35

8 × 9 = 72

3 × 8 = 24

7 × 9 = 63

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Ability to compute

1. Fill in the boxes (Properties of division)

a) 8 ÷ 8 =

b) 9 ÷ 1 =

c) 0 ÷ 5 =

d) 6 ÷ = no meaning

e) 20 ÷ = 20

f) 14 ÷ = 1

g) 15 ÷ = 15

h) Division is repeated

i) Dividend = × Quotient +

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Ability to Compute

1. Arrange Vertically, solve and fill in the boxes correctly

1.

2.

3.

4.

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57 ÷ 6

9

6 5 7

5 4

0 3

Dividend = 5 7

Divisor = 6

Quotient = 9

Remainder = 3

38÷ 6

Dividend =

Divisor =

Quotient =

Remainder =

82÷9

Dividend =

Divisor =

Quotient =

Remainder =

65÷7

Dividend =

Divisor =

Quotient =

Remainder =

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Topic : Smart Charts Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

I Read and write the number for the given tally marks.

a) b)

c) d)

e) f)

2. Draw tally marks for the following numbers

a) 7 b) 9

c) 13 d) 21

e) 19 f) 25

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding the Basic Concept

1. Read the table given below about the hobbies of students of class III Represent the data pictorially using smilies (☺ = 1 student)

(a) Which is the most popular hobby?

__________________________________________________________________

(b) Which is the least popular hobby?

__________________________________________________________________

(c) How many more children like craft than music?

__________________________________________________________________

(d) How many students like gardening?

__________________________________________________________________

(e) what is the difference between the number of students who prefer reading and those who prefer music?

___________________________________________________________________

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Painting

10

Dancing

8

Music

5

Craft

15

Cycling

13

Gardening

14

Stamp collection

10

Reading

9

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Ability to compute

1. The table given below shows the number of absentees in class III in a week. Represent the same in the form of a bar chart: (1 cm = 1 student)

Days

No of students Absent

Mon

4

Tue

3

Wed

8

Thurs

9

Fri

5

Sat

10

Mon Tuesday Wed Thursday Fri Sat

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding the Basic Concept

Aman, Bhanu, Shreya, Tarun and Tanya measured the length of their pencils. They stuck their strips as shown.

Aman Bhanu Shreya Tarun Tanya

Study the above chart and answer the following questions

(a) The length of Aman’s pencil is ____________cms.

(b) The length of Shreys’s pencil is ____________cms.

(c) Length of Bhanu’s pencil is ______than Tanya’s pencil(more, less).

(d) The difference between the length of pencils of Tarun and Aman is ____cms

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8 cm

9 cm

10 cm

12 cm

11 cm

Length of the pencils

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Topic : Rupees and Paise Date________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month________

Competency: Ability to Compute

I) Convert the following into Paise:-

1. 1 Rupee = Paise

2. 9 Rupees = paise

3. 6 Rupees = paise

4. Rs 7.75 = paise

5. Rs 8.50 = paise

6. Rs 9.25 = paise

II) Convert the following into Rupees:-

1. 375 paise = Rs.

2. 700 paise = Rs.

3. 75 paise = Rs.

4. 810 paise = Rs.

5. 250 paise = Rs.

6. 645 paise = Rs.

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

Competency: Ability to Compute

I) Simplify:-

a) Subtract the sum of Rs 4.25 and 19.25 from Rs 45.75

b) Find the sum of Rs. 220 and Rs 90 and subtract from 675 .50

c) Find the difference of Rs. 400.00 and Rs.165.50 and add it to Rs.246.50

d) Find the sum of Rs 500.00 and Rs 276.50 and subtract it from Rs.965 .50.

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Competency: Problem Solving

1. Complete the bill and write the total money spent

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Item

Cost per item

Quantity

Total Cost

Water Bottles

RS. 50.00

4 water bottles

Pencil Boxes

Rs. 20,00

3 pencil boxes

Socks

Rs. 35.00

2 pairs of socks

Shirts

Rs. 75.00

3 shirts

Poster colours

Rs. 40.00

4 poster colours

Total

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Competency: Understanding the Basic concept.

1. Count the money and write down their numeral and number names.

Rs.40.50

Forty rupees fifty paise

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Rs. 30/- Rs. 10/ 50 ps

Rs. 30/- Rs. 20/ 20 ps

Rs. 30/- Rs. 30/

Rs. 50/- 5 Rs 5 Rs

Rs. 10/

Rs. 50/-

Rs.100/

– 00/-

Rs. 50/-

Rs.100/- Rs. 50/-

00/-

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=

=

=

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MATHEMATICS

WORKSHEETS

CLASS IV

2

Cluster 2

K.V.Hebbal,

K.V IISc,

K.V. No.1 Jalahalli,

K.V No.2 Jalahalli,

K.V. Malleswaram

MATH-MAGIC

BOOK 4

Worksheets Planned For the Year 2011-12

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INTRODUCTION

The word mathematics often brings frown on the face of children. They feel jittery to learn with numbers. To erase this perception of mathematics and to make it a joyful learning experience this workbook is brought out. This edition of the workbook is prepared specially to develop interest among children to learn mathematics without the feeling of burden (Generous Joy NCF 2005).

The following are the highlights of this workbook:

· Readiness exercises

· Child-centered Activities

· Exercises designed especially for the development of understanding, computation and problem-solving skills.

· Strengthening of the learning process though team/group based activities.

The activities in this book aim to fortify the concepts learnt by the child in class and encourage the child to think laterally by approaching each concept from different perspectives. The exercises have been carefully designed and arranged to enable the child to work them out individually.

I trust this workbook will prove beneficial to students, teachers and parents as well.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We thank the Principal, Headmistress and Teachers of K .V. Hebbal for their guidance, support and co-operation. It is their encouragement that made it possible to bring out this workbook to reach out to the children of all the KV’s included in cluster 2.

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WORK BOOK IN MATHEMATICS (2011-12)

Class 4

Paste your photo in the box:

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TABLE OF CONTENT

SL. NO

MONTH

TOPIC

No of W.S

PAGE

1

APRIL-MAY

a. BUILDING WITH BRICKS

b. LONG AND SHORT

1 TO 4

6 – 9

10 – 13

2

JUNE-JULY

a. TRIP TO BHOPAL

b. TICK TICK TICK

1 TO 4

14 – 17

18 – 21

3

AUGUST

A. THE WAY THE WORLD LOOKS

b. JUNK SELLER

1 TO 4

22 – 25

26 – 29

4

SEPTEMBER

a. JUGS AND MUGS

1 TO 4

30 – 33

5

OCTOBER

a. CARTS AND WHEELS

1 TO 4

34 – 37

6

NOVEMBER

a. HALVES AND QUARTERS

b. PLAY WITH PATTERNS

1 TO 4

38 – 41

42 – 45

7

DECEMBER

a. TABLES AND SHARES

1 TO 4

46 – 49

8

JANUARY

a. HOW HEAVY AND HOW LIGHT?

b. FIELDS AND FENCES

1 TO 4

50 – 53

54 – 57

9

FEBRUARY

a. SMART CHARTS

1 TO 4

58 – 61

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Topic: Building with Bricks Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :- Formation of Numbers

1. Fill in the blanks.

a. A brick has ______edges.

b. A square has ________ sides.

c. A rectangle has _______faces.

d. A soap has _______faces.

e. A cuboidal box has _________ corners.

f. The number of faces in a brick is equal to ________.

g. A dice has __________ faces.

h. A brick is a _______dimensional object.

i. A triangle has ______sides.

j. A triangle has ______ corners.

2. Count and write the number of faces you can see in each of the following figures and colour each of the faces using different colours.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Tick () mark the face of the brick.

2. Observe the following pictures and answer the question below.

Which wall is stronger and why?

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Calculate mentally and write the answer.

1. If a brick cost Re 1, then 500 bricks will cost _______________.

2. If the cost of a brick is Rs 2, then cost of 1000 bricks is Rs ___________

3. If the cost of 1 brick is Rs 5, then cost of 2000 bricks is Rs______________

4. If the cost of I brick is Rs 3, then cost of 4000 bricks is Rs______________

5. If the cost of 1000 bricks is Rs 3000 then the cost of 1 brick is Rs_____________

6. If the cost of 2000 bricks is Rs 8000, then the cost of 1 brick is Rs_____________

7. If the cost of 200 bricks is Rs 600, then the cost of 1 brick is Rs_______________

2. COMPLETE THE TABLE

Sl.No

Number of bricks

Cost of bricks

Number of bricks

Cost of bricks

1

1,000

Rs.6,000

500

Rs._________

2

2,000

Rs.18,000

1,000

Rs._________

3

6000

Rs.24000

3000

Rs._________

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

1. Make an arch using bricks.

2. Draw two wall patterns using bricks.

3. Make any two floor patterns using colour paper and stick it below.

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Topic: Long and Short Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :- Formation of Numbers

1. Which is a better unit to measure these? (cm, m or km)

1. Length of a pin__________

2. Height of a house___________

3. Distance the scooter travels___________

4. Length of a park _____________

5. Length of a pen___________

6. Height of your pet___________

7. Length of a 500 rupees note___________

8. Distance from Bangalore to Rajasthan __________

9. Thickness of your lunch box __________

10. Height of Qutub Minar ___________

11. Length of your car ____________

12. Distance from school to your house ___________

Tick the longer one?

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency Problem Solving Ability:

1. Find the length of the boundary using a thread. Measure the length in cm scale

_________cm

2. Construct line segments of the following length

a. 4cm b. 2cm

3.A hare and a tortoise are having a running race.

Who is near the finishing line? _________________

________________________________________________________

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4 m

F

INISH

3m

7 m

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Find the measures

a. 20cm less than 8m 40cm_____________________

b. 80cm more than 4m 10cm____________________

c. 15cm less than 6m 75cm______________________

d. 2m more than 8m 45cm______________________

e. 7km more than 8km 300m____________________

f. 600m less than 7km 950m____________________

g. 9km 200m more than 5km 500m________________

h. 6m 75cm less than 18m 90cm_________________

2. Draw and colour

An eraser is 15 cm long,

a. Draw an eraser 3 cm less than the given measure.

b. An eraser 6cm longer than the given measurement.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

A. Complete the table and answer the questions below

sl.no

name of the plant

last months height

this months height

cms-grown

1

TULSI

5cm

8cm

2

MANGO

10cm

13cm

3

BAMBOO

20cm

38cm

4

ROSE

32cm

32cm

a. The plant which has grown maximum is________________

b. The plant which has grown minimum is_____________, ____________

c. The plant which has not grown________________

d. The plant which has grown by 18cm is ________________

e. This month _______________ plant is taller than _____________, _____________

b. Read the following table and answer the following question

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NAMES

DISTANCE OF SIXES BEATENIN A CRICKET MATCH

1

SACHIN

90m

2

YUVARAJ

101m 5cm

3

GAMBHIR

52m 25cm

a. What is the difference between the distance hit by Sachin and Yuvaraj?

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Topic: A Trip to Bhopal Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :- Understanding Basic Concepts:

1. Make any six, five- digit numerals using the given digits of numbers.

Note: digits can be repeated only once.

6,8,5,4

a._______________ b._____________

c._______________ d._____________

e._______________ f.______________

Competency : Formation of Numbers :

1. Use the digits to make greatest and the smallest number

Note: digits should not be repeated

DIGITS

GREATEST NUMBER

SMALLEST NUMBER

5,9,0,6,7

8,3,7,2

0,9,1

7,5,1,2,3

2. Fill in the blanks

1. Smallest and the greatest 2-digit number______________, ______________

2. Smallest and the greatest 5-digit number _____________, ______________

3. Smallest and the greatest 3-digit number _____________, ______________

4. Smallest and the greatest 4-digit number ______________,______________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability To Compute:

A. FILL IN THE BLANKS :

1. ______+64979 = 64979

2. 4256 +______= 4256

3. 7864 X______=0

4. 6753 -______=0

5. 7÷7=______

6. 0+9537=______

7. 865 X 1= ______

8. 2365+5879=________+2365

9. 6549 ÷______=6549

10. 0 ÷ 5649=_______

B. Find the product without multiplying

a. 6250 x 100=________

b. 958 x 1000=_______

c. 645978 x10=_______

d. 78 x 1000=_______

e. 5654 x 10=_______

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

A. Perform these operations

a. Add 2645, 65298 b. Find the sum of 2764+64645

b. Subtract 6986 from 10026 d. Find the difference between

8945 and 65450

B. Find the product of the following numbers

a. 65 and 98 b. 12 and 79

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

A.

=_______________

B.

=_______________

C. Study the table and answer the following question

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NAME OF ITEM

COST PER ITEM

1

PIZZA

Rs.50

2

BURGER

Rs.35

3

SOFTDRINK

Rs.20

A.Neeta buys 2 burgers and a pizza she pays Rs.200 how much change does she get back?

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Madam gave 4 toffies each to 40 students of her class she has ten toffies left. How many toffies did she have?

Write numbers which can be divided by 10, 3, 2 and 5 and comes between 20 and 35

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Topic: Tick Tick Tick Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :- Undestanding Basic Concepts:

1. Write the following in short form

A. 3rd July 1975 _____________

B. 25th November 2003 ____________

C. 1st January 2007 _____________

D. 13th march 2001 _____________

E. Your date of birth _____________

F. Independence day _____________

G. Republic day ______________

H. Christmas _______________ (write for current year)

I. Gandhi jayanthi ___________(write for current year)

J. New year ______________ (write for current year)

2. Express the following in am or pm

a. 12 noon _________

b. 12 midnight ________

c. 4:45 in the evening _________

d. 8’o clock in the morning ___________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

A. Sequence the story according to logic and time using alphabets or numbers

ALICE IN THE WONDERLAND

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute:

A. Calculate the number of days

1. Between September 12 and September 23 _________________

2. Between January 29 and February 5 ___________________

3. Between March 21 and April 1_________________

4. Between April 3 and April 10_______________

5. Between December 16 and December 28 ________________

B. Change the following to 24 hour clock

1. 2:30 afternoon= ________________

2. 5:15 morning=_________________

3. 6:45 evening=_________________

4. 8:20 night= ________________

5. 11:10 night=_______________

6. 9:40 night=_______________

7. 6:45 morning=____________

8. 12:00 midnight=_____________

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

A. Rearrange these events in order and draw the time line and answer below

How old was Seema?

a. When she walked? ______________

b. When she sat up? ________________

c. When she crawled? ________________

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5.3.02

Stood up

16.7.01

First tooth

15.2.02

Crawled

7.6.02

Walked

12.7.01

Born

20.11.01

Sat up

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Topic: The Way the World Looks Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :- Understanding Basic Concepts

A. Study the map carefully and answer the following questions

B. Tick ( ) the correct answer:

1. What is closer to the temple?

a. School b. Anil’s house

2. What is closer to Anil’s house?

a. Bus stop b. Market

3. Which is closer to the park?

a. Bus stop b. park

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

A. Draw lines to match the side view with the top view of the same object

B. Draw the following

a. Side view of a bus b. Top view of the teacher’s table c. Front view of a car

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

A. Help kitty to reach his home.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

A. Help the frog to find the flowers

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Topic: The Junk Seller Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Ability to compute

1. Find the value of the following notes:

a. 5notes of Rs 100 =______________

b. 12 notes of Rs5 =_______________

c. 10 notes of Rs.10 =______________

d. 15 notes of Rs.50= ______________

e. 6 notes of Rs.1000=______________

f. 8 notes of Rs.20=_________________

g. 14 notes of Rs.2=_________________

2. How many?

a.50 rupees notes are needed to make Rs.200__________________

Rs.800__________________

b. 20 rupees and 10 rupees notes are needed to make Rs.190___________________

Rs.270___________________

c. 1000 rupees notes are needed to make Rs.7000___________________

Rs.10000___________________

d.500 rupees, 100 rupees and 5 rupees notes are needed to make Rs.620___________________

Rs.910___________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Multiply the following by split method:

a. 25 x 98 b. 28 x 75

c. 86 x 45 d. 132 x 61

2. If a person earns Rs.73 a day, find how much he earns in:

a.7 days=_______________

b. 6 weeks=______________

c. 89 days=_______________

d.17 weeks=______________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Calculate the interest paid:

SL.NO

AMOUNT

AMOUNT WITH INTEREST

INTEREST

1

Rs. 600

Rs.680

2

Rs.5000

Rs.5500

3

Rs.956

Rs.1500

4

Rs.678

Rs.1000

5

Rs.723

Rs.850

2. Complete the Table:

SL.NO

ITEM

BOUGHT FOR

SOLD FOR

PROFIT OR

LOSS

BY HOW

MUCH?

1

1 Kg Peas

Rs.32

Rs.40

2

2 Kg Apples

Rs.108

Rs.119

3

10 Pencils

Rs.36

Rs.43

4

30 Note books

Rs.125

Rs.188

5

1 Radio

Rs.300

Rs.125

6

1 T.V

Rs.10,000

Rs.9999

7

Table

Rs.325

Rs.650

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

1. SOLVE:

a. Cost of one potato bun is Rs. 6. Ram bought 5 buns. He gave Rs 50 to the shopkeeper. How much money should he get back?

2.Read the following table and answer the following questions below:

SL.NO

ITEM

PRICE

1

5 Erasers

Rs.35

2

15 Pencils

Rs.60

3

2 Markers

Rs.92

4

7 Staplers

Rs.110

5

4 Sharpener

Rs.3

a. 30 erasers cost _________________

b. 8 Staplers cost_________________

c. 9 sharpeners cost________________

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Topic: Jugs and Mugs Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Formation of Numbers

A. Use the appropriate unit (L or ml) for the following:

a. Water in a small cup__________

b. Capacity of water in a water tank___________

c. Cough syrup in a spoon____________

d. Oil in an oil tank________

e. Eye drop in an eyedropper__________

f. Water in the sump_________

g. shampoo in sachet_________

h. Milk in a milk packet________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

A. Draw any three standard measuring jars used for measuring the liquid

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Formation of Numbers

1. Complete the following

a. 1 litre =_______ml

b. _______ times 500ml =1litre

c._______ times 100ml = 1litre

d. _______ times 200ml = 1 litre

e. _______ times 250ml = 1 litre

f. ¾ of a litre =______ml

g. ¼ of a litre= _______ml

h. ½ of a litre=_______ml

B. Fill in the blanks

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The jar holds __________ water than the glass tumbler (less or more)

The glass tumbler holds _______ water than the bottle (more or less)

Both the bottles hold the __________ quantity of water (same or different)

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

A. Look at the amount of water in each container. Label it and find the total

Answer:__________________________________________________________

B. What is the total capacity of the 3 drums?

Answer: _____________________________________________________________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

A. Study the table and Solve

a. water required by a family for different purposes in a day is as follows

purpose

Amount of water used

Washing clothes and utensils

35 litres

bathing

86 litres

cooking

8litres

garden

3litres

B. Find:

A. The total amount of water used in a day.

B. The total amount of water used in a week.

C . The total amount of water used in a month.

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Topic: Carts and Wheels Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Trace circles of different sizes using bangles, coins, bottle caps and such other circular objects. Colour the smallest circle in red and the biggest circle in green.

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Formation of Numbers

ANSWER THE FOLLOWING:

1. Observe the surroundings and list any three articles which can be used to draw a circle.

—————————- ———————————- ——————————–

Competency: Ability to compute

2. Draw the radius and diameter of the given circles and measure it and find the relationship between radius and diameter

Circle A

Radius ____ Diameter: _____

Circle B

Radius ____ Diameter: _____

Relationship between Radius and Diameter

3. Which is the biggest wheel you have seen?

____________________________________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Fill in the blanks ( Hint: Circumference, diameter, radius, circle)

a. A _____________ is a simple closed curve.

b. _______________ is the line that runs between the circle and its centre.

c. _______________divides the circle into two equal halves.

d. _______________is the distance around the circle; it is the length of the circle.

2. Name the parts of the circle given below:

O_________________

ST________________

OC________________

OT________________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Using compass, draw circles of the given radius.

a) 3 cm b) 4 cm

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O

T

s

c

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding basic Concepts

I. Use a compass to make 2 designs in 2 separate circles.

II. Fill in the column:

RADIUS

DIAMETER

4 cm

12 cm

6 cm

8 cm

10 cm

2 cm

7 cm

[ Hint: Diameter = 2 X Radius

Radius = diameter / 2 ]

III. Draw a circle with a radius 6 cm. With the same centre draw another circle of radius 4 cm. Within this circle, draw a third circle of radius 2 cm within this circle.

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Topic: Halves and Quaters Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Understanding basic Concepts

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Shade the given figures according to the fractions:

1 / 3 2 / 3

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5/8

10/24

3/8

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Formation of Numbers

1. Fill in the numerals in the boxes:

e.g In 4/6 is the numerator and is the denominator

a) In 3/8 is the numerator and is the denominator

b) In 6/9 , is the numerator and is the denominator

c) In 7/8 is the numerator and is the denominator

d) In 8/9 is the numerator and is the denominator

e) In 3/5 is the numerator and is the denominator

f) In 2/6 is the numerator and is the denominator

2. Write the fractional numbers ,whose Numerator and Denominators are:

e.g N= 4 ; D = 6 = N=7 ; D = 5 =

1.N= 6 , D= 8 = N= 8 ; D= 9 =

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4

6

4

6

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Formation of Numbers

1. Fill in the blanks:

(a) I/2 of litre = _________ml (b) ¾ of kilo gram = _______ gm

( c ) 1/4 of a litre= ________ ml (d) ¾ of litre = __________ ml

2. Show the following fraction in one whole and in collection:

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

(g)

(h)

(i)

(j)

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Fraction whole Collection 1 / 4 2 / 4 3 / 4 3/ 5 2 / 8

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Topic: Patterns and Designs Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Understanding basic Concepts

1. Observe the number pattern and extend:

a) 2462, 2464, 2468 , ________, __________ , ________

b) 7353, 7358, 7363, ____________, ___________, _________

c) 3726, 3763, 3746, ________, ____________, __________

d) 4111, 5111, 6111, ____________, __________, __________

e) 6250, 6300, 6350, __________, __________, ___________

f) 4510, 4514, 4518, ___________, ___________, __________

g) 2345, 2346, 2347, __________, ___________, ___________

h) 9323, 9322, 9321, ___________, __________, ____________

i) 5214, 5224, 5234, __________, ___________, ____________

j) 1946, 1951, 1956 , _________, __________, ____________

2. Observe the pattern and extend:

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding basic Concepts

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency :Understanding basic Concepts

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Topic: Tables and Shares Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Understandng Basic Concepts

1. Write the arrangements of these objects in row and columns (multiplication facts)

a) b) c)

2. Arrange in three different ways in rows and columns:

a) 15 boys

b) 28 balls

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Write these in repeated addition form

a) 10 x 1 = b) 3 x 2=

c) 6 x 5 = d) 2 x 3=

2. Make the multiplication table of 13 using any two multiplication tables:

Table of –

Table of –

Table of 13 –

3. Find the product of

a) 2 x 5 = b) 12 x 0 =

c) 7 x 8 = d) 18 x 50 =

e) 17 x 1 = f) 90 x 10 =

4. Find the product of

a) 65 x 35 b) 102 x 84

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

a) Meera plants 50saplings in 10 rows. How many saplings are there in each row?

b) You have to distribute 96 oranges equally in 3 baskets. How many oranges will there be in each basket?

c) Frame your question:

A) There are 10 packets of sugar. Arun paid 100 rupees for all the packets.

Question:

d) Try solve these:

( Division is repeated subtraction)

1) Raju collects 112 sea shells to make necklaces for his sisters. He requires 28 ses shells to make a necklace. How many necklaces did he make?

2) Gangu made sweets for Diwali. He had 80 laddoos. He packs 4 laddoos in each small packet.

a) How many packets did he make? ————

b) If he packs, 20 laddoos in bigger packets how many packets does he get?

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Divide

a) 28 / 4 = b) 14/ 2 = c) 36/ 9 =

d) 25 /5 = e) 100/ 10 = f) 27/3=

g) 44/4= h) 54/6 = i) 64/ 8=

2.Anu wants change for Rs.100

How many notes will she get if she wants change?

a) All 50 rupee notes? ___________

b) All 10 rupee notes ? ______________

c) All 20 rupee notes? _______________

d) All 5 rupee notes ? _________________

3) Divide and find the quotient:

a) 65 / 5 = b) 108/9 = c) 428 / 2

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Topic: How Heavy? How Light? Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Tick the one which has more weight.

a) Elephant / Dog c) Table / School Bag

b) Book / Pencil d) Scale / Chair

II. Which pan will go down show by drawing an arrow.

Loaf of bread book

250gm 125gm 245gm 270gm

310gm 360gm 430 gm 315gm

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Formation of Numbers

1. Name 5 things that we usually buy

in grams in kilograms

1)

2)

3)

4)

5)

II. Fill in the Blanks

1. One kilogram = ___________ grams.

2. Half a kilogram = ___________ grams.

3. The heavier one among 100g and 10 kg is ____________

4. 1 kg = 5 x _________ grams.

5. 5 kg = ________ grams.

6. 2 kg = ________ grams.

7. 3 kg = ________ grams.

8. 7 kg = ________ grams.

9. 9 kg = ________ grams.

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

I. Fill in kilograms or grams:

a) My friend weighs 25

b) A sack of wheat weighs 50

c) A packet of potato chips weighs 50

d) A tube of fevistick weighs 100

e) A sack of rice weighs 30

2. You are given the following weights. Using these weights you have to weigh out different amount of certain items. Which weights will you use?

Amount to be 1 kg 500g 200g 100g 50g

Weighed

1 kg 750 g

2 kg

900g

3 kg 300 g

150g

1 kg 50 g

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

I. Add the following in columns:

a) 13 kg 750g and 24 kg 500 g b) 5 kg 5g and 7kg 17g

c) 2kg 200g, 4kg 600g, 1kg d) 4 kg, 10kg, 200g

2. Write in columns and subtract:

a) 38kg 500g from 45kg 250g b) 79kg 759g from 91kg 60g

Competency: Problem solving ability

1. Solve these:

a) A vegetable – seller had 25kg of onions. He sold 20kg 250g.

How much onions are left with him?

b) Mrs. Kapoor has 2KG OF NEEM POWDER. She wants to put it into smaller packets of 200g each. How many packets will she get?

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Topic: Fields and Fences Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Ability to Compute

If the cost of fencing is Rs 25 per meter.How much does it cost to fence the fields?

Cost of fencing field A : Cost of fencing field B :

Cost of fencing field C : Cost of fencing field D :

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

I. Find the perimeter of the following , squares , whose sides measuring

A) 5 cm b. 7 cm c) 10 m

a) Find the perimeter of rectangle whose length and breadth are given.

(i) Length = 7 cm breadth = 5 cm

(ii) Length = 12 cm breadth = 8 cm

(iii) Length = 15 cm breadth = 10 cm

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Find the boundary for the following figures:

4 cm 5 cm 2m

5 m

6m

1m

2. Answer the following: 5m

1.Find the boundary around a square field of 13m and 65 cm.

2.Find the distance around a rectangular table of length 50 cm and width of 20m.

3. Find the length of the barbed wire required to go around 4 times a rectangular field 63m and width of 35 m.

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

1. A square garden is 200m long. How much wire will be needed for fencing around is 3 times?

2. Shika bought a roll of lace of 20m. She stitches it around 5 rectangular table clothes of length 1m 5 cm and breadth of 75 cm. What length of the lace will be left?

3. X runs a circular play ground of length 103m and 55cm anf Y runs a play ground of length 97m and 85cm. What is difference in distance?

4. Ram walks around a square field of length 6m and 25cm and Tanish walk around a rectangular field of length 4m 80cm and breadth of 5m10 cm. Who walks a greater distance and by how much?

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Topic: Smart Charts Date__________

WORK SHEET No. 1 Month__________

Competency :-Understanding Basic Concepts

Those who like Ice-Cream

Those who like juice

See the Chapati chart and answer the questions given below:

a) How many children like Ice cream?

(i) One – third (ii) One – fourth (iii) Three- fourth

b) How many like Milk Shake?

i) One – third (ii) Half (iii) One fourth

c) Which item are liked by equal number?

(i) Milk shake and Juice (ii) Milk shake and Ice cream

(iii) Ice- cream and Juic

d) If total numbers of children are 405 then tell the number of

children like: Ice – cream (ii) Milk shake (iii) Juice

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Those who

Like

Milk

shake

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

There are 160 people in an apartment. The different newspaper they read is represented in this chapatti chart:

Observe the chart and write

Deccan The Hindu

Herald

Times of India

1. Which newspaper is read the most? ____________________________

2. Which newspaper is read the least?_____________________________

3. Find the total number of newspapers read by all? __________________

2. Observe this chart and answer. 1 = 4 children

a) Number of children who like red colour = _________

b) Number of children who like blue colour: _________

c) Total number of students: ____________

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. Number of balls sold by a shop on 6 days of a week. : Monday 17, Tuesday 12, Wednesday 20, Thursday 15, Friday 5 and Saturday 11.

1) How m any balls were sold on all the 6 days?

2) On which day the balls were sold more?

3) On which day less number of balls were sold?

4) How many balls were sold on Saturday than Friday ?

5) Number of balls sold on Thursday is thrice the number sold on Friday True/False

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

Competency : Ability to Compute

1. The Number of loaves of bread baked in a bakery in four different months of a year are given below. Each picture represents 100 loaves.

January :

February :

March :

April :

Answer the following questions:

1) Name the months in which the number of loaves baked was the same?

2) How many loaves were baked in January ?

3) In which month the number of loaves baked was minimum ?

4) What is the number of loaves baked in all the four months?

5) How many loaves were baked in March ?

MATHEMATICS

WORKSHEETS

CLASS V

Cluster 2

K.V.Hebbal,

K.V IISc,

K.V. No.1 Jalahalli,

K.V No.2 Jalahalli,

K.V. Malleswaram

MATH-MAGIC

BOOK 5

Worksheets Planned For the Year 2011-12

INTRODUCTION

The word mathematics often brings frown on the face of children. They feel jittery to learn with numbers. To erase this perception of mathematics and to make it a joyful learning experience this workbook is brought out. This edition of the workbook is prepared specially to develop interest among children to learn mathematics without the feeling of burden (Generous Joy NCF 2005).

The following are the highlights of this workbook:

· Readiness exercises

· Child-centered Activities

· Exercises designed especially for the development of understanding, computation and problem-solving skills.

· Strengthening of the learning process though team/group based activities.

The activities in this book aim to fortify the concepts learnt by the child in class and encourage the child to think laterally by approaching each concept from different perspectives. The exercises have been carefully designed and arranged to enable the child to work them out individually.

I trust this workbook will prove beneficial to students, teachers and parents as well.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

We thank the Principal, Headmistress and Teachers of K .V. Hebbal for their guidance, support and co-operation. It is their encouragement that made it possible to bring out this workbook to reach out to the children of all the KV’s included in cluster 2.

WORK BOOK IN MATHEMATICS (2011-12)

Class 4

Paste your photo in the box:

Table of Contents:

Sl No.

Month

Topic

No. of W.S

Page No.

1.

2.

3.

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5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

April/May

April/May

June

July

August

August

September

October

November

November

December

January

January

February

The Fish Tale

Shapes and Angles

How Many Squares

Parts and Wholes

Does It Look The Same?

Be My Multiple I will Be Your Factor

Can You See The Pattern

Mapping Your Way

Boxes and Sketches

Tenths and Hundreds

Area and Its Boundary

Smart Charts

Ways to Multiply and Divide

How Big How Heavy?

4

4

4

4

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1-4

5-8

9-12

13-16

17-20

21-24

25-28

29-32

33-36

37-40

41-44

45-48

49-52

52-56

Page 1

Topic: The fish Tale

Worksheet No : 1 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Formation of Numbers

1. The numeral form of six lakh five thousand six hundred and fifteen

is_____________________________.

2. 1 Kg = ___________________g.

Competency-UBC

1. A log boat travels 4 kms in 1 hour. How long will it take

to travel 20 kms?

Competency-PSA

1. 18 fisherwomen of Jamnagar have started a bank. Each of them deposits

Rs.965 every month. What amount is deposited in the bank in a year?

Competency-AC

1.A cement tank costs Rs.3985.Raman wants to buy 3 cement tanks.He has

Rs.10000 with him. Will he be able to buy the cement tanks?

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Topic : The Fish Tale

Worksheet 2

Date: ___________ Month:___________

Competency-Formation of Numbers

1.Write the place and place value of the underlined digits:-

S.No.

Number

Place

Place Value

1.

96,52,963

2.

63,62,302

3.

14,52,639

Competency-Understanding Basic Concepts

1. A boat can carry 19 kgs of fresh fish. How many boats are needed to carry 57000g of fresh fish?

Competency- Problem Solving Ability

Seema took a loan of Rs.8596 from the bank.She pays back Rs.9286 to the bank.What amount did she pay back as interest to the bank?Seema was able to repay the loan in 2 months and she paid equal amounts in 2 months. What amount did she pay in a month?

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Topic : The Fish Tale

Worksheet 2

Date: ___________ Month:___________

Competency-Formation of Numbers

1. 63 Kg = ____________________g.

2. 1 km = _____________________m.

3. __________________________lakhs = 1 crore

Competency – Understanding Basic Concepts

a) How many Kgs of sardine can you buy if you have Rs.588?

b) Gracy buys 2Kg Fresh Fish,1 Kg Dry Fish , 4 Kg King Fish and pays Rs.1000.What amount will she get back?

c) Shamu buys 500g of Sardine. What amount should he pay?

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Price List per Kg.

Fresh Fish = Rs.65.00

Dry Fish = Rs.75.00

King Fish = Rs.105.00

Sardine = Rs.98.00

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Topic : The Fish Tale

Worksheet 4

Date: ___________ Month:___________

Competency: Ability to Compute

A shark weighs 16000 Kgs.

a) Rita weighs 40Kg. By how many Kgs is the weight of the shark more than that of Rita?

b) Josy weighs 50 Kg. By how many Kgs is the weight of the shark more than that of Josy?

Competency – Problem Solving Ability

1 Kg Prawns = Rs.150

1 Kg Squid = Rs.50

Kalu has Rs.100.He spends ¼ of the money on squid and ¾ the money on prawns.

a) How many Kgs of squid did he buy?

b) How many Kgs of prawns did he buy?

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Topic : Shapes and Angles

Worksheet 1

Date: ___________ Month:___________

Competency- Formation of Numbers

1. Right angle = _________________________ degrees

2. An obtuse angle is more than a ______________ angle.

3. 2 x Right angle = ________________ degrees.

Competency: Understanding Basic Concepts

What measure (in degrees) should be added to the following to make them a right angle?

i) 34 ̊

ii) 16 ̊

iii) 19 ̊

iv) 28̊

v) 78̊

vi) 38̊

vii) 84̊

viii) 90̊

Competency :Ability to Compute

Measure the following angles:-

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Topic : Shapes and Angles

Worksheet 2

Date: ___________ Month:___________

Competency-Understanding Basic Concepts

1. What kind of angle (acute , obtuse , right) is made by the hands of these clocks. Also write the time.

Angle Angle Angle

Time Time Time

2. Draw the hands of the clock when they make an angle greater than a right angle.

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Topic : Shapes and Angles

Worksheet 3

Date: ___________ Month:___________

Competency-Problem Solving Ability

1. Raghu draws an angle measuring 140 degrees. He now divides this angle into 2 equal parts.

What is the measure of each of the smaller angles?

2. Seema draws a right angle.She divides this into 3 equal parts.What is the measure of each part? What kind of angle is this?

Competency-Ability to Compute

Identify the following angles as acute, obtuse or right angles:-

a . 3 degrees – __________________________________________

b. 12 degrees – _________________________________________

c. 72 degrees – _________________________________________

d. 165 degrees – __________________________________________

e. 90 degrees – ___________________________________________

f. 60 degrees – ____________________________________________

g. 61 degrees – _____________________________________________

h. 91 degrees – _____________________________________________

i. 89 degrees – ____________________________________________

j. 179 degrees – __________________________________________

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Topic :- Shapes and Angles

Worksheet 4 Date: __________ Month:___________

Competency-Understanding Basic Concepts

Count the number of angles and write them in the space given.

___________________________ _______________________

_________________________________ ______________

Observe the figure and answer the questions:

1. Name the common vertex.

2. Name the right angle.

3. Name the angle less than right angle.

4. Name the angle more than right angle.

5. Name the arms of angle AOB.

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Topic :- How many Squares?

Worksheet 1

Date: _________ Month:_________

Competency Understanding Basic Concepts

Find the perimeter of the following:-

___________________________

________________________________________

Find the area of the following figures:-

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Topic : How many Squares?

Worksheet 2

Date: ______________

Month:_________

Competency Understanding Basic Concepts

Show the different ways you can express the following areas:-

Ex:12 sq.cm

4 x 3 6 x 2

1. 18 sq.cm

2. 8 sq.cm

3.15 sq.cm

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Topic :- How many Squares?

Worksheet 3

Date: _____________

Month:_________

Competency-Ability to Compute

1. Is the area of both the figures same? Give reasons for your answer.

_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

2. What is the area of the shaded part?

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Topic :- How many Squares?

Worksheet 4

Date: ______________ Month:_________

Competency-Understanding Basic Concepts

1. Here is a rectangle of area 8 sq.cm.

a) Draw 2 straight lines in this rectangle to divide it into 1 rectangle and 2 equal triangles. Find the area of the new rectangle and the area of 1 of the triangles.

2. Rearrange the squares in the rectangle to form another rectangle whose perimeter is 18cm.

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TOPIC: PARTS AND WHOLES

WORKSHEET NO 1

Date _______________

Month_________________

Write

Say

3

4

three-fourths

4

5

four-fifths

2

4

two-fourths

2

3

two-thirds

1

5

one-fifth

2

5

two-fifths

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Write

Say

1

3

one-third

1

2

one-half

2

3

two-thirds

3

5

three-fifths

1

4

one-fourth

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TOPIC: PARTS AND WHOLES

WORKSHEET NO 2

Date _______________

Month_________________

Match the following

1/3, 2/5, 11/13 mixed numeral

11/9 ,15/13 , 20/17 proper fraction

7/8, 1/8 , 2/8 unit fractions

1/3, 1/4, 1/5 improper fractions

2 1/3,4 1/7,53/8, like fractions

4/6,5/6,3/6,2/6 unlike fractions

Write the reciprocal (multiplicative inverse) of the following.

a) 4 _________________

b) 1/5_______________

c) 34/45______________

d) 12/35______________

e) 9__________________

f) 2/4_________________

g) 55/76_______________

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TOPIC: PARTS AND WHOLES

WORKSHEET NO 3

Date _______________

Month_________________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

FILL IN THE MISSING NUMBERS TO MAKE EQUIVALENT FRACTIIONS

A

B

C

Find the equivalent fraction of 7/9 having

a) Numerator 63_______________________

b) Denominator 18 ______________________

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1/2

1/4

1/4

1/10

1/10

1/5

1/4

1/4

1/8

1/8

1/8

1/8

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TOPIC: PARTS AND WHOLES

WORKSHEET NO 4

Date _______________

Month_________________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

Write as fractions

a) 16÷4 =

b) 24÷7 =

c) 94÷ 31 =

d) 63÷ 5 =

Write as a division fact:

a) 6/11 =

b) 23/15 =

c) 40/50 =

d) 90/71=

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Topic : Does it look the same

Worksheet 1

Date: ______________

Month:_________

COMPETENCY: understanding basic concepts

Observe and write whether the dotted line on each shape represents a line of

symmetry.

(Write yes or no.)

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Topic : Does it look the same

Worksheet 2

Date: ______________

Month:_________

COMPETENCY: Problem Solving Ability

Draw lines of symmetry on the shapes below. Some shapes may have more

than one line of symmetry

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Topic : Does it look the same

Worksheet 3

Date: ______________

Month:_________

Color the pattern to make a symmetrical design.

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Topic : Does it look the same

Worksheet 4

Date: ______________ Month:________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

Snowman

With a pencil, draw a picture of a

symmetrical snowman. Draw the line of

symmetry with a red pen or marker.

Alien

With a pencil, draw a picture of a

symmetrical space alien. Draw the line of

symmetry with a red pen or marker

Sailboat

With a pencil, draw a picture of a

symmetrical sailboat. Draw the line of

symmetry with a red pen or marker

Friend

With a pencil, draw a symmetrical picture

of a friend. Draw the line of symmetry

with a red pen or marker.

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Topic : Be My Multiple I will be Your Factor

Worksheet 1

Date: ______________ Month:____________

1. When two or more numbers are multiplied, then each number is a_______________ of the product and the product is the____________ the numbers.

2. In statement 7 X 4 =28 , 7 and 4 are _______________ of the multiple_____________

3. __________________ is a factor of every number.

4. Every non zero number is a factor of _____________________

5. Every number is a multiple of ________________________

6. The next four numbers are 3 ,6, 9,_____ ,______ ,_____ ,______

7. The first common multiple of 4 and 8 is ___________________

8. The multiplies of 15 lying between 50 and 100 are ______________________________________________________

9. ______________________ is neither prime nor composite.

10. Are all prime numbers odd? YES /NO_____________

11. The factors of 12 are 1 , 2 ,3, 4, 6 and X .What is X?________

12. Numbers which have more than two factors are called____________

13. Numbers which have only two factors are called_________________

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Topic : Be My Multiple I will be Your Factor

Worksheet 2

Date: ______________ Month:____________

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

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Shade out 1

Shade all even numbers higher than two.

Shade out multiples of 5 , except 5 itself

Shade out multiples of 7 , except 7 itself

The numbers which are left at the end are _______Numbers They are.

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Topic : Be My Multiple I will be Your Factor

Worksheet 3

Date: ______________ Month:____________

Competency: Ability To Compute

Find out the common factors of the following numbers.

a) 16 , 48 b)10 , 15, 35

c) 36 , 45 d) 12, 120

Write the common multiple of the following numbers.

a) 16 , 42 , 24 b) 60 ,36

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Topic : Be My Multiple I will be Your Factor

Worksheet 4

Date: ______________ Month:____________

Write the prime factorization for the following numbers

a) 40 b) 78

c) 120 d) 52

b) Using the factor tree write the prime factorization for the following

a) 72 b) 24

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Topic: Can You See The Pattern?

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Topic : Can You See The Pattern?

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Topic : Can You See The Pattern?

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Topic Mapping Your Way

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Topic : Mapping Your Way

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Topic Mapping Your Way

Date_______

Month_______

Competency: Problem solving Ability

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Topic Mapping Your Way

Page 33

Topic : Boxes and Sketches

Worksheet -1 Date _________

Month________

Cometency : Understanding Basic Concepts

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Boxes and Sketches

Worksheet – 2 Date _________

Month_______

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Topic : Boxes and Sketches

Worksheet 3 Date ________

Month____________

Competency: Formation of Numbers

Puzzle

1. This Cut out is folded to make a Cube

Make a deep drawing of this cube

2 Draw five different designs five squares

ex.

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Topic : Boxes and Sketches

Worksheet – 4 Date ________

Month____________

Competency: Problem Solving Ability

I Draw a floor map of your house, Make doors and windows on the deep drawing of this house

II Join the corners of these figures and write the name of the solid

____________________ _____________________

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Topic: Tenths and Hundredths

Date : ________

Worksheet No : 1 Month: _______

Competency : Formation of Numbers

Write the number names for the following decimals:

a) 2.34 _______________________________________________

b) 50. 123 _______________________________________________

c) 159.25 ________________________________________________

d) 234.10 _________________________________________________

e) 690.358 __________________________________________________

II Tick the correct answer

a) Number name of 43.052 is: i) forty three point fifty two

ii) forty three point zero five two

b)

111

1000 can be written as i) 0.111

ii) 1.110

c) 17

2

100 can be written as i) 17.2

ii) 17.02

d) 15

5

10 can be written as i) 15.5

ii) 15.05

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Topic: Tenths and Hundredths Date : ________

Worksheet No : 2 Month: _______

Competency : Understanding basic concepts

I Write the following as decimals

a) d)

b) e)

c) f)

II Write the following decimals as fractions:

a) 0.25

b) 2.65

c) 29.30

d) 210.145

e) 125.04

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Topic: Tenths and Hundredths Date :________

Worksheet No : 3 Month: _______

Competency : Ability to compute

I Write these as decimals

a) 15m 35cm = ___________ b) 50m 30cm = ___________

c) 80 paise = ___________ d) 45 ml = ___________

e) 5l 750ml = ___________ f) 12kg 500g = ________

II Solve the following

a) 5.245 + 10 + 315 b) 32.34 + 0.17 + 7.39

c) 348.60 – 78.05 d) 29.3 x 4.2

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Topic: Tenths and Hundredths Date :______

Worksheet No : 4 Month: _______

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

I Shift the decimal appropriately

a) 3.742 x 10 = ___________ b) 3.742 ÷ 10 = ____________

c) 3.742 x 100 = ___________ d) 3.742 ÷ 100 = ____________

e) 3.742 x 1000 = __________ f) 3.742 ÷ 1000 = ___________

II Match these

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Rupee ı

Rupee ı

Rupees ı

Rupee ı

Rupee ı

Rupee ı

Rupee ı

7 paise

Rs.0.98

20 paise

Rs.0.25

98paise

Rs.0.75

25paise

Rs.0.10

50paise

Rs.0.07

10paise

75paise

Rs.0.20

Rs.0.50

Page

Topic: Area and Its Boundary Date : ________

Worksheet No : 1 Month: _______

Competency : Understanding basic concepts

Observe the following, name them and complete the table

Object

Name

No. of faces

No. of edges

No. of corners

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Topic: Area and its Boundary Date : ________

Worksheet No : 2 Month: _______

Competency : Understanding basic concepts

I Fill in the blanks

1. The region enclosed between the boundaries of a figure is called its ………..

2. Area of a rectangle = ……………….. x …………………….

3. Area of a square = …………………..x ……………………..

4. The sum total of the lengths of all the line segments of a simple closed figure

is called its ………………….

II Measure the perimeter of these figures by counting the lines along the boundary. (Each square is 1 cm in length)

a) b) c)

d) e) f)

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32 cm square

144 cm square

350 cm square

300 cm square

300 cm

300 m

25.6 cm

2.56cm

12.8cm

42 cm square

4.2 cm square

42 cm

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Topic: Area and Its Boundary Date : ________

Worksheet No : 3 Month: _______

Competency : Ability to Compute

I Tick the right cloud

a) The area of a square of side 12 cm will be

b) A rectangular plot is 20cm by 15 cm its area will be

c) The perimeter of a square whose sides are 6.4cm will be

d) The perimeter of a square whose sides are 10.5cm will be

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Topic: Area and its Boundary

Date : ________

Worksheet No : 4 Month: _______

Competency : Problem solving Ability

Solve

a) i Find the area of the floor of a room to carpet whose length is 12m and breadth is 9m

ii What will be the cost of the carpet if sq. m costs Rs50?

b) Find the cost of fencing a Rectangular park of 120m length and 80m breadth at the rate of Rs.2 per metre .

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Topic: Smart Charts Date : ________

Worksheet No : 1 Month: _______

Competency : Formation of Numbers

Ajay made a record of his favourite animals he saw in the zoo. Make a tally chart and answer the following questions

Animals

Tally marks

Numbers

a. How many animals did Ajay see altogether?

b. Which animal is least in number?

c. Which animal is maximum in number?

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Topic: Smart Charts Date : ________

Worksheet No : 2 Month: _______

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts:

In a class of 100 students data of fruits liked was collected as follows. Represent this using chapatti chart / pie chart

Pine apple – 20

orange – 15

Banana – 40

Apple – 25

a. Which is the most favourite fruit? _______________________

b. Which is least favourite fruit? __________________________

c. How many students like oranges? _______________________

d. The difference between the number of students that like oranges and bananas is ______________

Look at the pie chart showing different sports liked by people

(a) Which is the most popular sport _____________

(b) Which is the least popular sport ____________

(c) Do more children enjoy Hockey or

tennis? _________________

(d) Arrange the sports liked by children in

increasing order.

____________________________

____________________________

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Hockey

Tennis Squash

cricket football

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Topic: Smart Charts Date : ________

Worksheet No : 3 Month: _______

Competency : Ability To Compute:

I. Read and write the number for the given tally marks.

a) b) c) d)

II. Draw tally marks for the following numbers

a) 9 b) 9

c) 23 d) 25

III Given below is the representation of different vehicles in a town Study and

answer the questions (1 = 10 vehicles)

1. Which vehicle is maximum in town?

__________________________________________________________

2. Which vehicle is 50 in number?

___________________________________________________________

3. What is total number of vehicles in the town?

___________________________________________________________

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No of vehicles in a town

Motorbike

Scooter

Auto rickshaw

Car

Bus

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Topic: Smart Charts Date : ________

Worksheet No : 4 Month: _______

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

Observe the following bar chart and answer the questions

30

25

20

15

10

5

Mon Tues Wed Thurs Fri

Days of the Week

(a) How many children were absent on Tuesday?

_____________________________________________________

(b) How many more children were absent on Thursday than on Monday?

_____________________________________________________

(c) On which day were the least children absent?

______________________________________________________

(d) On which day the number of children absent was exactly the half of that on

Thursday?

______________________________________________________

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Number of children absent

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Topic: Ways to Multiply and Divide Worksheet No : 1 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Formation of Numbers

I Observe the following and write the corresponding multiplication facts

a) 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 + 2 =

b) 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 + 10 =

c) 15 + 15 + 15 =

d) 20 + 20 + 20 + 20 + 20 =

e) 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 + 100 =

f) 500 + 500 + 500 =

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Topic: Ways to Multiply and Divide Worksheet No : 2 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Understanding Basic concepts

I Match the columns

Solve Mentally

a) 25 x _____ = 36 x 25

b) 676 x 0 = _______ x _______

c) 4823 x 1 = ________ x ____________

d) 14 x 28 x 37 = 37 x _______ x 14

e) 71 x 46 x 19 = 46 x 71 x ________

f) 7235 x _________ = 0 x _____________

g) 450 x 124 = 124 x _________

h) 97 x ________ = 400 x 97

i) 200 x 5 x 25 = 5 x ______ x ______

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Column A

Column B

5 x 7 x 8

2 x 3 x 4

1 x 9 x 5

6 x 7 x 4

5 x 3 x 2

1 x 9 x 5

6 x 7 x 4

5 x 3 x 2

5 x 7 x 8

2 x 3 x 4

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Topic: Ways to Multiply and Divide Worksheet No : 3 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Ability to compute

Multiply

a) 39 x 2 39 x 20 39 x 200

b) 97 x 7 97 x 70 97 x 700

II Divide and find the quotient

(a) 20 ÷ 10 = (f) 434 ÷ 2 =

(b) 70 ÷ 10 = (g) 999 ÷ 9 =

(c) 760 ÷ 2 = (h) 420 ÷ 4 =

(d) 540 ÷ 40 = (i) 280 ÷ 7 =

(d) 539 ÷ 3 = (j) 624 ÷ 4 =

(e) 7000 ÷ 7 = (k) 1000 ÷ 4 =

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Topic: Ways to Multiply and Divide Worksheet No : 4 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

Solve

a) The product of two numbers is 459. If one number is 9 find the other.

b) A car runs 4km in a litre of petrol. How much petrol will it require to run 80636 kms?

c) There are 31 days in the month of October. How many minutes are there in the month of October?

d) The price of 12 packets of toffees is Rs.144. Find the cost of 24 such packets of toffees.

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Topic: How Heavy How Light? Worksheet No : 1 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Formation of Numbers

The shapes below are made from centimeter cubes. Work out the volume of each one

Volume = __________cm cubes

Volume = __________cm cubes

Volume = __________cm cubes

Volume = __________cm cubes

Volume = __________cm cubes

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Topic: How Heavy How Light? Worksheet No : 2 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Understanding Basic Concepts

Work out the volume of each shape below being careful to use the correct units:

Volume = _______________ cm cubes

Volume = _______________ cm cubes

8cm

Volume = _______________ cm cubes

Volume = _______________ cm cubes

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Topic: How Heavy How Light? Worksheet No : 3 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Ability to Compute

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Calculate the volumes for each of the objects below. (the measurements are all in centimeters (cm) volume = cm3 volume = cm3 volume = ___________cm3 volume = ___________cm3 volume =____________ cm3 volume =_____________ cm3

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Topic: How Heavy How Light? Worksheet No : 4 Date : ________

Month: _______

Competency : Problem Solving Ability

Solve these

1. A storage container is 60cm long, 25cm wide and 15cm deep. What is its volume in cubic cms?

Volume = _______cm cubes

2. Bindu is going to order some ready – mix concrete for an area 6m long and 5m wide, which needs be laid to a depth of 10cm. How many cubic metres of concrete will she need?

Volume = _______cm cubes

3. How many litres of water are needed to fill the paddling pool

to a depth of 30cm?

Volume = _____cm cubes

4. Sonia has a rectangular pool in her garden which is 4m by 2m. She has cleaned it out and wants to refill it with water to a depth of 25cm. How many litres of water does she need?

Volume = _______cmcubes

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