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Prepared by: M. S. Kumar Swamy, TGT(Maths) Page - 1 MATHS WORKSHEET CLASS V Name: _____ 1. Write the numbers in words and expanded form
Make flash cards of at least ten pairs of Synonyms. 2. Write a paragraph daily ... Nouns Tenses Adjectives Prepositions Social Science:
Compile and put your holiday homework in an attractive ... in it and draw or paste a picture of it. You can take the help of thesaurus for this . ACTIVITY:
CLASS – V Vocabulary Words ... slim, slime tin, tine spin, spine pin, pine win, wine ... cloud proud around found ground pound round sound
CLASS V ENGLISH 1. Read any book from the following list or of your choice and answer the ... Imagine that you are a river. You originate in the Himalaya mountains
Prepared by: M. S. KumarSwamy, TGT(Maths) Page - 1 - EVS WORKSHEET CLASS V What special power do animals have?
• Photosynthesis ... • Role play to understand the ... L-16- Credit Card (Tape script) L-17 A Letter From a Robonaut Unit -5 GO GREEN
NATIONAL ACHIEVEMENT SURVEY CLASS V ... Dr. K. Chandershekhar Assistant Professor ... Informal Observation of Classroom by another Teacher 146
CLASS V Dear Parent, Summer Vacations are synonymous with fun, frolic, getting up late in the morning, playing for longer hours with friends, going for picnics, exploring new places and watching fun filled shows on television. But, there is a lot more your ward can do to make vacations more interesting, meaningful and full of fun. Here is a “Summer vacation Activity Treasure Box”. It will surely mould your ward for a better and successful forthcoming year. Few guidelines to make your ward’s long summer break fruitful. 1. “Knowledge is Power”. Therefore encourage your child to cultivate the reading habit because it not only enhances the knowledge acquired but also develops the vocabulary, language skills and improves spellings. And also read to your child because it builds reading skills and increases his/her attention span. 2. “A healthy mind lives in a healthy body”. Encourage your child to go out and play because sports instill discipline, generate sporting spirits, channelize energies constructively. 3. Communication skills play a pivotal role in grooming the overall personality of the children. Converse with your child preferably in English to help him / her get comfortable
with the language. Encourage your child to read children’s magazines like Magic Pot, Chandamama, Dimdima etc. 4. Spend quality time with your child engaging him / her in activities based on enhancing his / her powers of observation and imagination. 5. Encourage your child to play board games e.g. Chess, Ludo, Carrom etc. 6. Sensitize your child about the rich culture and heritage by watching different informative channels like ‘The National Geographic’, Animal Planet etc. 7. Encourage your child to do the activities himself / herself and appoint a specific time to do homework everyday.
ENGLISH Note for Parents : English Holiday Homework teaches your ward how to read, comprehend information and communicate ideas with others. Reading develops virtues, senses and enhances knowledge. Newspaper reading creates awareness and helps him/her to keep pace with the world. Vocabulary sharpens his / her communication skills. You are requested to encourage your child to do Holiday Homework on his/her own so that the aims and objectives of learning are achieved in real sense. Please be a guide and a facilitator but ensure that the efforts should be solely of the child. Project:1 (To expose to more innovative and creative ideas) Design a travel brochure/pamphlet for an exciting summer resort of not more than 6 pages. The following headings can be kept in mind: (Location, how to travel, sights to see, places to eat out, the right clothing etc. Do not forget to cut & paste pictures and make illustrations.) Project :2 ( Make your grandparents feel special) Create a special album of any of your grandparents (maternal/paternal) and find out their favourite colour, hobby, fruit etc. (at least 8 things)-8 pages (5 lines about each topic). Compare that with your own likings. Project :3 Fun Word game Let’s use technology to improve our English. Download the application “4 pics 1 word” on your parent’s smart phone and play the game to improve your vocabulary skills. Write the words that you have learnt on A4 size sheets and make sentences on them. Project:4 (Reading develops virtues and senses)
Read the book “Malgudi Days” by R.K.Narayan. Write on an A4 size sheet as to what you liked about this book. Project :5 (To enrich ourselves with the arena of knowledge and experience) Prepare a wall hanging on the ‘topic –parts of speech’ • There must be different panels joined together with wool or string. • Each panel must be made from an A4 sized pastel sheet and decorated properly. • The first panel should have a topic Noun, another have pronoun, third verb and so on.. • Write suitable examples and definition on each panel. Learn the syllabus of UT 1
Project 1: Life in Cold region Draw/ Paste and write the information on the following in a scarp file . Roll No (1-10): Houses found in Cold region. Roll No (11-20): Animals found in cold region Roll No (21-30): Crops grown in cold region. Roll No (31-40): Modes of transport used in cold regions Project 2: Beware of Mosquitoes Roll No (41-50): Make a poster on the awareness about the diseases caused by the mosquitoes and their prevention on a coloured A-3 sheet.
SUPW 1. Garland of 30 marigold flowers. 2. 1 item out of waste.
TASK-1 Q1. Find the sum (a) 1,23,45,678 ; 89,43,261 ; 5,97,86,009 (b) 4,02,36,754 ; 3,21,33,046 ; 2,95,17,354 (c) 7,19,00,650 ; 92,46,00,100 ; 3,48,10,000 Q2. Subtract the following: (a) 1,89,67,345 from 14, 34,89,976
(b) 75,82,005 from 90,28,583
Q3. Find the product (a) 11,267 X 296
(b) 38,125 X 1,123
(c) 39,245 X 248
(d) 7,236 X 1,284 Q4. Find the quotient and remainder (a) 8,00,184 » 95
(b) 68,931 » 235
(c) 67,983 » 378
Q5. Find the value of 7, 43, 68,281 + 4, 96,358 - 80,198 Q6. Find the product of the greatest 6-digit and 4-digit number. Q7. The product of two numbers is 25,94,27,52. If one of the numbers is 456, find the other number. Q8. In an exam, the number of passed candidates are 9,28,694 , number of failed candidates are 4,65,892 and the candidates who did not appear are 3,96,190, what was the total number of candidates. Q9. Rahul deposited Rs. 22, 87,574 in a bank account. Later, he withdrew Rs. 21, 55,655 from his account. How much money was left in his bank account? Q10. Look carefully at the commas between periods and then write the number names for the following numerals. (a) 29, 35, 00,019
(b) 60, 04, 69,248
(d) 70, 07, 70,007
Q11. Write the numerals using commas between periods. (a) Fourteen crore one lakh two.
Q15. Write the predecessor of the following: (a) smallest 5-digit number
(b) smallest 7-digit number
Q16. Complete the table by writing the period, place, place value and face value of the underlined digit. Look carefully at the commas between the periods. Numeral (a) 74,12,567 (b) 245,567,789 (c ) 678,708,890