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**CLASS I MATHEMATICS M.M. 50 A. Match the numbers with the correct number names: 1) 1. Four
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2) 2.3 3) 3.6 4) 4.4 5) 5 1 6) 6.5

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B. Write the numbers in ascending order: 8, 5, 1, 7 C. Write the numbers in descending order: 2, 9, 4, 1 D. Fill in the following: 1 15 is same as _____ tens ____ ones. 2. 19is same as _____ tens _____ ones. 3. 12 is same as _____ tens _____ ones. 4. 1 tens 4 ones _____ 5. 1 tens 1 ones_____ 6. 1 tens 7 ones_____ 7. ____ comes just before _____. 8. 19 comes just after_____. 9. ____ is between____ and ______ E. Using counters’ add: 1) 2 2) 0 +5 +4 6 3) 4 + 5

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8 2)13 -9 3) 17 -6 4) 11 -10 8 H.How many pens does he has now? I.2) After 3) Between 8 5 7 7 1 3 5 G.2 more birds join them. Draw the following 1) A square 2) A circle 5 CCE 3 CLASS II MATHEMATICS A. Subtract: 1) T O 2 7 . How many birds are there on the tree? 2) Deepak has 8 pens.1 4 M.M. 5 got lost .1 O 7 5 . Subtract the following 1) 15 . Word problems: 6 1) 3 birds were sitting on a tree. 50 12 2) H T O 2 7 5 -1 4 0 3) T 5 .

Write in columns and subtract: 1) 26 from 41 2) 38 from 63 4 C.2 O 6 1 2) T 8 . Subtract and check your answer: 1) T 8 . Fill in the blanks: 1) 1 ten + 9 ones = _______ 6 4 .3 O 3 8 2) H T O 4 6 7 .4) T 6 .2 5 4 3) T 8 .5 O 4 7 4 D) Write down the time: 1) 2) 4 E.3 O 6 7 B. Draw the clock with hands showing the given time: 1) 10’ clock 2) Half past 11 F.

Solve the problem: 4 1) A fruit seller had 72 apples. How many apples were left unsold? 2) There are 50 seats in a bus. 6) The face of a clock is called _____. How many seats are empty? H. 50 A. 5) The ____ hand is a minute hand. 4) All sides of a _____ are equal. 58 were sold. Subtract: 1) T 4 O 7 2) H T 7 3 8 O 5 .M. G.2) A day has ____ hours. Out of them. 3) A triangle ____ sides. People are sitting on 39 0f them. Draw the following: 1) Horizontal lines 2) Slanting lines 3) Vertical lines 4) A Clock 5) A triangle 6) A Circle 12 CCE 3 CLASS III MATHEMATICS M.

Subtract 1) 54-23 (by breaking one number) 2) 79-54(by breaking both numbers) 3) 63-57(by making one number a multiple of 10) 4) 254-96(by making a number a multiple 0f 100) E. Name the shapes of given objects: 1) 2 2 4 4 2) 3) 4) F. Subtract and check your answer: 1) 347-222 2) 768-542 C. Draw the following 1) Square 2) Rectangle 6 3) Triangle 2 G. Solve the following: 1) 265+175-278 2) 324+267-134 D.3 1 .. Observe the clock and write time in two ways: .4 1 2 3) H T 7 4 -3 8 O 7 6 4) Th H T 4 4 6 2 2 5 O 2 0 B.

Ravi read 144 pages. On a rainy day 128 pupils are absent . 2) 8 ‘clock in the evening is known as ________. J. Draw the clock showing time: 1) 2: 45 2 2) 5’ clock I. 2) 300-30+3= 3) 700 less than 999 is___. Story Problems: 7 1) A story book has 314 pages. Mental maths: 8 1) Subtract the smallest 3 digit number from the greatest 3 digit number.M.H. 5) A triangle has ___ sides and____ vertices. CCE 3 CLASS V MATHEMATICS Part-A M. 50 . 7) A ________ has no vertex. 4) There are _____ hours in a day. 3)A square has ___ sides and _____ vertices.How many pupils are present? K. 4) All the sides of square are _____. 6) _____ sides of square are equal in length. Fill in the blanks: 5 1) 6 ‘clock in the morning is known as _______. 5) At 12. How many pages are still left? 2) A school has 815 pupils. 8) A _____ has three sides. midnight both hands point to_____.

P.190 2)C. Profit = Rs. 260 D.P.735 27 3) 29.ray.line or point: 1) 2) 3) 4) 2 G. 860 Part .P.990 5 C. Multiply and find the product: 1)1257 X 12 2)187 X 900 3)192 x 1000 4) 3927 x 425 B.12. Find the S.=Rs 5.130 2)S.P.A.4600.P. Classify as line segment. Name the angles in two ways: 4 . Find the C. Complete the following table Radius 5 cm ___cm Diameter _____ 16 cm 2 ____cm 18 cm 7cm __ cm H. = Rs 18900. loss = Rs. = Rs 10. Divide and find the quotient and remainder: 1) 2190 27 2) 6. loss = Rs.P.=Rs 575.21. Write Q for quadrilateral and T for triangle 1) 2) 3) 6 6 2 2 2 4) F.B E. Profit = Rs.470. when 1)S. when 1)C.735 230 4) 3.

obtuse. 8 . 8 1) The cost of a pack of ghee is 145.50 and sold it for Rs. 360.P.Find the cost of 7 eggs. Find the cost of 15 such packs.Find the other number. 7) Is ray PQ different from ray QP? 8) Measure of a complete angle is _____. 2)The product of two numbers is 23.17. Solve the following problems. right angle or straight 4 1) 42 degree 2) 10 degree 3) 100 degree 4) 180 degree Part – C K. Find his profit or loss. 250. 4)One dozen eggs costs Rs 36.547 6)An angle of measure 180 degree is called ________.I. 3) Rohit bought a transistor radio for rs. .____ 2) It is neither gain or loss if ____ = _____ 3) How many zeroes are there in product 5 x 8000=_____ 4) 417 x 1000 5) Find the product of the place value of 4s in 24. Draw the following angles and name them: 1) 10 degree 2) 90 degree 3) 105 degree 4) 180 degree 4 J.756.Mental maths 1) Profit = S. Classify as acute. L. If one of the number is 826.

Find out the perimeter of the following figures: 9 cm 1) 14cm 10cm 8 cm E.M.5 cm D. 5 1) Product by rounding the first number up and the second number down.CCE 3 CLASS IV MATHEMATICS A. Estimate the following. Add 685m 96cm and 93m 9cm G. 253 X 386 C. Using ruler draw the line segments of following lengths: 1) 8 cm 2) 7. 87 X 35 2) Product by rounding the first number down and second number up to the nearest hundred. 50 12 B. Find the product: 1) 47 X 2 = 2) 1430 X 2 = 3) 1043 X 70 4) 630 X 39 5) 43 X 600 6) 225 X 215 M. Subtract 25 litre 486 ml from 28 litre 100 ml 2 2 9 cm 5 2) 6 cm 4 3 6cm . Convert the following into : 1) 5308 m( kilometres and metres) 2) 2 kg 65 gm ( gms) 3) 2475 gm (Kg and gms) 4) 10 l 700 ml ( ml) 5) 5430 l(litres and ml) F.

10) 95 X ___ = 900 10 3 . 2) ______ X 4000 = 24600 3)15 times 8 +80 = 4)Which is heavier: 5 kg 500 gm or 5550 gms 5)28 kg= ____ gms 6) A cube has ___ faces. Mental Maths 1) Find the product of the place values of 2s in 52162.H. Write S for closed and O for Open curve: 1) 2) 2 I. 7) A triangle has ___ vertices. Put a tick mark on the symmetrical shape 1) 2) 2 J. 9) The ___ sides of rectangle are ____. 8) All the faces of cuboid are ____. Draw a triangle and write about it K.

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