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20. 1.. Complete the journey of cartoons. 5.1. 30. Now. .. Mathematics A number pattern is a chain of numbers which follows a certain order. we can create patterns with numbers. 5. . 3. 20.15 Look at this number pattern. 3.. 20. 1 . Patterns in Numbers We have already seen some patterns with shapes and ﬁgures. 10. 10.. 4 .. ..... 3. 2.. 1.. 10. 1... 5.. 30.

2. 59 3. 2. . Identify the number pattern and complete them 60 62 66 72 Mathematics 21 24 30 36 8 7 5 2 27 29 35 39 17 15 11 7 2 . 3. 5. 55. 55. 3. . 49. . . .Fill in and complete the number pattern 1. 1. 1. 59. . 5. 49. 2.

4.46.25 44. 78. 4.16 2. 3. 3. 5 2.48 3 .80.82 21.35.13.37 7.9.Observe each number pattern and ﬁll in the boxes.11 77.23.14.15 1. 5 11. 17 25 69 71 52 45 89 35 9 10 9 5 15 10 30 20 10 Mathematics 1. 6 12. 6 33.

Help Anand to go to the playground by crossing some number patterns ! 5 10 20 35 10 Mathematics 20 30 55 60 20 30 40 45 70 85 35 45 95 4 .

.. ink ﬁller b) Take a to ﬁll up a Ans : ....... Filling water a) Take an to ﬁll up a Ans : ....2................. has more capacity than a has less capacity than a Mathematics The capacity (volume) of a container depends on its size. Measures of Capacity We observe that. bottle cap 5 ..

... bottle Mathematics  Take sand grains in a sheet of newspaper. bowl d) Take a to ﬁll up a Ans : ..  Take sand grains in your previous heap............c) Take a to ﬁll up a Ans : .......  Take sand grains in a two heaps. [Spoon / bowl / two palms] 6 .... and pour them down on a and pour them next to the and pour them next to the Compare the three heaps of sand grains and ﬁnd out which one of them has the least capacity...

petrol by measuring their volume (capacity). milk.We buy oil. Mathematics   The smallest unit of capacity is Millilitre. Do you know ? A child must drink 6 to 8 tumblers (nearly 2 litres) of water every day 7 . Ask and learn from your mother   The quantity of oil she buys for a month The quantity of milk she buys every day. The standard unit for measuring liquids is Litre.

Figures Match the objects with their ﬁgures. Mathematics 8 .3.

Teacher gives different objects and asks the children to name them.Look at the shapes of these ﬁgures ! Learn their names! Cube Cuboid Mathematics Cylinder Sphere Cone Children are asked to sit in circles and close their eyes. 9 .

. coin.Draw outlines of objects and learn! Collect dice. bottle cap. prism etc.. and trace below as shown. eraser. Eraser 10 . matchbox. Mathematics Now. you have learnt that the faces of the three dimensional ﬁgures give the outlines of two dimensional shapes. List the names of the things you have used to draw the following ﬁgures.

........... Cone..................................................... ........................... Cylinder....Find out the shapes of the following........ Cube..................................... ...... Cuboid.... .................................. ............ .................. ................... Pile of one-rupee coins .............. Sphere Sweet lime Matchbox Dice Tube light Funnel Book Globe Flute Joker’s cap Sphere .................................. 11 ..... Mathematics ...............

Study of Data Uma wants to count the ﬂowers in her garden.4. Mathematics Flowers In numbers ‘Data’ is a collection of facts and ﬁgures 12 . The data of different types of ﬂowers in her garden are given below. Let us help Uma to count the ﬂowers.

 Who weighs the most? ...................... Name Babu Elango Mamtha Rajan Sumathi Aruna Weight(kg) 18 21 16 22 19 17 Name Rajan Weight (kg) 22 Mathematics Among Ravi’s friends.........  Who weighs less than Aruna? .............................................. Arrange the data in descending order....... 13 .............Ravi tabulated the weight of his friends...................................  Who weighs more than Elango? ....  Who weighs the least? ..............

...  How many of them are shorter than you? ou? ... write the names of your friends and their measure of heights....  How many of them are taller than you? ..........cm...  What is your height? .......... 14 ..............  The least measurement is...Let us ﬁnd out With the help of your teacher.. Name Height (cm)  The highest measurement is .................cm.......... Name Height (cm) Mathematics Arrange the data in ascending order...........cm.

.......  The total number of children in the classroom: ......  How many children like volleyball? ....................  How many of them like kabadi? ...... 15 ........ ......................................... ........................  Which is the game liked by most of the children ? .Data on favourite game What is your favourite game? Foot ball Cricket Basketball Kabadi Volleyball Mathematics Complete the table Game Volleyball Cricket Kabadi Basketball Football Children (Pictograph) In numbers 5 .......... ..  How many of them like basketball? ..........................  How many of them like football? .....................................

...... 9 8 7 Number of trees 6 5 4 3 2 1 Mathematics Mango tree     Jackfruit tree Plantain tree Coconut tree Neem tree Types of trees Number of mango trees Number of neem trees ................................................................... 16 ...... .. Number of jackfruit trees ............Let us study the data on various trees in a farm.............. .... .................  The total number of trees in the farm ............................................ Name the trees which are equal in number ................

........................ ............... Fill in the blanks...........  Name the instrument that is the least in number ........... ...Look at the Musical Instruments.........  Name the instrument that is the most in number ...................................................... 17 ..................... .....  Name the instruments which are equal in number .................................. .. Number of Musical Instruments 8 7 6 5 4 3 Mathematics 2 1 Harmonium Tabla Guitar Veena Nathasvaram Musical Instruments  Number of  Number of  Number of ..............

...... .. Father Mother Grandfather Grandmother Mathematics Elder brother Elder sister Younger sister Younger brother Myself:...... Grapes.. Tabulate the details....) Fruits Friends (Pictograph) In numbers 18 .......... Mango.. (Apple.............. Orange....... Banana. Collect the names of favourite fruits of your friends........... Jackfruit.Name the month in which your family members were born...

Measures of Time Let us observe the calendar 2013 Mathematics 19 .5.

Friday.. weeks and months of a year.  SATURDAY is the last day of the week.  There are 7 days in a week. Saturday Mathematics  There are 12 months in a year. Monday. Let us say the days of the week .. Wednesday. Tuesday. = 1 week 4 weeks = 1 month 12 months= 1 year 365 days = 1 year Sunday. They are January February March April May June July August September October November December  A year has 365 days Write and practise the days of the week and months in a year 20 . Thursday...Calendar shows days... 7 days  SUNDAY is the ﬁrst day of the week.

recite the names of all the 12 months July (31) June (30) May / December (31) April / November (30) March / October (31) February (28) / September (30) January / August (31) Mathematics Months on the knuckles have 31 days and those in the gaps .We see that all months do not have the same number of days. touch the knuckles and gaps of the left hand ﬁst alternately. Let us remember this by doing this activity:    Fold the ﬁngers of your left hand. With the index ﬁnger of your right hand .  We have our vacation during May.30 days (except February). At the same time. 21 .  Our school works from June to April.