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Month_________

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

A M U W

E B C D

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Topic : Long and Short Date________

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

Teacher’s Signature Parent’s Signature

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

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_________

______________________cms _____________________cms

______________________cms _____________________cms

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WORK SHEET NO. 4 Date__________

Month_________

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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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

a) Edges = ___________

Corners =__________

b)

Edges = ___________

Corners = _________

c)

Edges = ___________

Corners = __________

d)

Edges = ____________

Corners = ___________

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WORK SHEET NO. 2 Date__________

Month_________

90 60

- = + =

43 =

+ = -

75 85

56

= 110

- = + =

140 50

= =

+ -

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WORK SHEET NO. 3 Date________

Month________

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?

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

a. 1 hour = minutes.

number to another.

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TOPIC: Who is heavier? Date__________

Competency:Understanding Basic Concepts

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________

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:

1 kg of potato 2 kg of beans

½ kg of rice 2 kg of brinjal + 2 kg of

beetroot

1. __________________ ____________________

2. __________________ ____________________

3. __________________ ____________________

4. __________________ ____________________

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

KG

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

the table:

50 kg of wheat

9 kg of beans

Half a kg of tomatoes

800 g of sugar

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TOPIC : How Many Times? Date________

Sl Repeated Addition In words Multiplication

No.

1. 2+2+2 3 groups of 2 are 6 3x2=6

2. 7+7+7+7 4 groups of __are__ ___x___ =____

3. 8+8+8

4. 9+9+9+9+9

5. 10 + 10

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________

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

a) 10 X 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________

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)

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

7 5 4 7 9 1 8 3 3 2

x 1 5 x 1 4 x 2 2 x 3 0 x 1 9

III. Fill in the blanks:

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Topic : Play with Patterns Date________

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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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Topic : Jugs and Mugs Date________

Eg. 1 litre = 1000 millitres

1. Half a litre

4. Two litres

6. Three litres

8. Six litres

9. Seven litres

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

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________

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________

Note : I litre = 1000 millilitres or 1000 ml

one marking on the jar = 100 millilitres or 100ml

A) B)

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

Write the answer. Write the answer.

C) D)

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

Write the answer. Write the answer.

E) F)

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

scale. Write the

answer.

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Topic : Can we share? Date________

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

÷ =

÷ =

÷ =

÷ =

÷ =

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

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________

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________

1.

57 ÷ 6 9 Dividend = 5 7

6 5 7 Divisor = 6

5 4 Quotient = 9

0 3 Remainder = 3

2. 38÷ 6 Dividend =

Divisor =

Quotient =

Remainder =

82÷9 Dividend =

3.

Divisor =

Quotient =

Remainder =

65÷7 Dividend =

4.

Divisor =

Quotient =

Remainder =

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

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)

Mon 4

Tue 3

Wed 8

Thurs 9

Fri 5

Sat 10

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

Aman, Bhanu, Shreya, Tarun and Tanya measured the length of their pencils.

They stuck their strips as shown.

Length of the pencils

10 cm

12 cm

11 cm

8 cm

9 cm

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

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Topic : Rupees and Paise Date________

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

3. 75 paise = Rs.

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WORK SHEET No. 2 Date________

Month________

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

Rs.246.50

Rs.965 .50.

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WORK SHEET No. 3 Date________

Month________

Total

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WORK SHEET No. 4 Date________

Month________

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

Rs. 30/- 50 ps = Forty rupees fifty paise

00/- Rs. 50/-

- 00/-

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