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**FLOWERS OF DIFFERENT COLOURS**

**Question 1**:

Have you been to a park?

**Answer**:

Yes, I have been to parks.

**Question 2**:

What coloured flowers did you see?

**Answer**:

I saw different colours of flowers – red, blue, yellow, orange, violet, pink, etc.

**Question 3**:

Were most of the flowers yellow in colour?

**Answer**:

Yes, most of them were yellow in colour.

**WHAT DO WE SEE ON THE ROAD?**

**Question 1**:

Look at the traffic scene in the picture and fill in the table.

**Answer**:

**Question 2**:

Answer the following questions.

a) In the picture which way of travel do you see the most? ____

b) Which way of travel (vehicle) do you see the least? ____

c) The number of people walking is more than the number of ____

d) The number of buses is less than the number of ____

Answer:

a) Buses

b) Bullock-cart

c) Bicycles

d) People walking

**HOW MANY TIMES DO YOU GET 6?**

**Question 1:**

Have you played any games with dice?

**Answer**:

Yes, I have.

**Question 2**:

How many dots are there on the different faces of a dice?

**Answer**:

On the different faces of a dice, there are 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 dots.

**Question** **3**:

Now fill in the table:

**Answer:**

**Question 4**:

a) Which face of the die did you get the most number of times?

b) How many times did 6 come up? ____ Times

c) 4 came up more number of times than ____

d) Compare your table with that of the student sitting next to you. Do you find any difference in the two tables?

**Answer**:

a) I got “5” most number of times i.e. seven times.

b) “6” came up 6 times.

c) 2

d) Yes, there is difference in my table and my friend’s table.

**GETTING SMART WITH CHARTS**

**Question 1**:

This board shows the number of students in each class. It also shows the number of students present and absent.

- How many children in all are there in the school?
- How many children in all are absent on that day?

**Answer**:

- There are 121 students in the school.
- 12 students are absent on the given day.

**Question 2**:

This is a chart to show the number of absent students.

In the chart show the absent students of Class V.

Now look at the chart and fill in the blanks:

a) The class with the highest number of absent students is ____.

b) The class with the least number of absent students is ____.

c) The class with 3 students absent is ____.

d) The number of students absent in Class IV and Class V are ____ and ____.

**Answer**:

a) Class IV

b) Class II

c) Class III

d) 4 and 2

**HOW LONG IS YOUR HAND?**

**Question 1**:

Rohan, Jacob and Geeta also measured their hands. They stuck their strips as shown.

Look at the picture and fill in the blanks:

a) The length of Jacob’s hand is _____ (more/less) than Geeta’s hand.

b) The length of Geeta’s hand is _____ (more/less) than Rohan’s hand.

c) _____ has the longest hand.

d) _____ has the shortest hand.

**Answer**:

a) more

b) more

c) Jacob

d) Rohan

**PRACTICE TIME**

**Question 1**:

Make your own smart charts about things around you.

Like —

- Which bird has the most colours?
- Which is the animal which is liked most as a pet?

**Answer**:

Bird | Sparrow | Crow | Parrot | Peacock | Hen |

Colours | 2 | 1 | 2 | 10 | 4 |

Animal | Cow | Buffalo | Dog | Cat | Rabbit |

Number of people who pet them | 30 | 20 | 50 | 10 | 5 |