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### Mathematics

Construction of an Angle of measure 120 degree

### Mathematics

How to calculate Perimeter

### Mathematics

Integer on a Number Line

## Topics Covered

• Introduction
• Comparing Numbers
• Large Numbers in Practice
• Using Brackets
• Roman Numerals
• Summary
• Introduction
• Whole Numbers
• The Number Line
• Properties of Whole Numbers
• Patterns in Whole Numbers
• Summary
• Introduction
• Factors and Multiples
• Prime and Composite Numbers
• Tests for Divisibility of Numbers
• Common Factors and Common Multiples
• Prime Factorisation
• Highest Common Factor
• Lowest Common Multiple
• Summary
• Introduction
• A Line Segment
• A Line
• Intersecting Lines
• Parallel Lines
• Ray
• Curves
• Polygons
• Angles
• Triangles
• Circles
• Summary
• Points
• Introduction
• Measuring Line Segments
• Angles â€“ Right and Straight
• Angles Acute,Obtuse and Reflex
• Measuring Angles
• Perpendicular Lines
• Classification of Triangles
• Polygons
• Three Dimensional Shapes
• Summary
• Introduction
• Integers
• Representation of Integers on a number line Ordering of integers Additon of Integers
• Addition of Integers on a Number Line Subtraction of Integers with the help of a Number Line
• Summary
• Introduction
• A Fraction
• Fraction on the Number Line
• Proper Fractions
• Equivalent Fractions
• Simplest Form of a Fraction
• Like Fractions
• Addition and Subtraction of Fractions
• Introduction
• Tenths
• Hundredths
• Comparing Decimals
• Using Decimals
• Addition of Numbers with Decimals
• Subtraction of Decimals
• Summary
• Introduction
• Recording Data
• Organisation of Data
• Pictograph
• Interpretation of a Pictograph
• Drawing a Pictograph
• A Bar Graph
• Interpretation of a bar graph Drawing a bar graph Summary
• Introduction
• Perimeter
• Perimeter of a Rectangle Perimeter of Regular Shapes Area
• Area of a rectangle Area of a square Summary
• Introduction
• Matchstick Patterns
• The Idea of a Variable
• Use of Variables in Common Rules
• Expressions with Variables
• Using Expressions Practically
• What is an Equation?
• Summary
• Introduction
• Ratio
• Proportion
• Unitary Method
• Summary
• Introduction
• Making Symmetric Figures : Ink-blot Devils
• Figures with Two Lines of Symmetry
• Figures with Multiple (more than two) Lines of Symmetry
• Reflection and Symmetry
• Summary
• Introduction
• The Circle
• Construction of a Circle when its Radius is known A Line Segment
• Construction of a Line Segment of a given Length Perpendiculars
• Perpendicular to a Line through a Point on it Perpendicular to a Line through a Point not on it The Perpendicular bisector of a Line Segment Angles
• Constructing an Angle of a given measure Constructing a copy of an Angle of unknown measure Bisector of an Angle Angles of Special Measures Summary

Evaporation

### Science

Functions of leaf

## Topics Covered

• Food Variety
• Food Materials and Sources
• Plant Parts and Animal Products as Food
• What do Animals Eat?
• What Do Different Food Items Contain?
• What do Various Nutrients do for our Body?
• Balanced Diet
• Deficiency Diseases
• Fibre
• Spinning Cotton Yarn
• Yarn to Fabric
• Knitting History of Clothing Material
• Objects Around us
• Properties of Materials
• Solubility
• Methods of Separation
• Hand Picking, Winnowing and Sieving Threshing Sedimentation, Decantation and Filtration Evaporation Use of more than one method of separation Can water dissolve any amount of a substance? Summary
• Can All Changes Always Be Reversed?
• Could There be Other Ways to Bring a Change?
• Herbs, Shrubs and Trees
• Stem
• Leaf
• Root
• Flower
• Human Body and its Movements
• Ball and socket joints Pivotal Joint Hinge joints Fixed joints Gait of Animals
• Earthworm Snail Cockroach Birds Fish How do snakes move?
• A Journey Through Different Habitats
• Deserts Mountain regions Some Aquatic Habitats oceans Ponds and lakes Do all living things need food Do all living things show growth Do all living things respire Do all living things respond to stimuli Living organisms and excretion Do all living things reproduce their own kind Do all living things move What then is life Characteristics of the Living Beings
• Story of Transport
• Some measurements
• Standard units of measurements
• Correct measurement of length
• Measuring the Length of a Curved Line
• Moving Things Around us
• Types of Motion
• Transparent, Opaque and Translucent objects
• A Pinhole Camera
• Mirrors and Reflections
• Electric Cell
• A Bulb connected to an electric cell
• An Electric Circuit
• Electric Switch
• Electric conductors and insulators
• How Magnets Were Discovered
• Magnetic and Non-magnetic materials
• Poles of Magnet
• Finding Directions
• Attraction and Repulsion between Magnets
• A Few Cautions
• How much water do we use?
• Where do we get water from?
• Water cycle
• Back to the oceans
• What if it Rains heavily?
• What happens if it does not rain for a long period?
• How can we save Water?
• Rainwater Harvesting
• Is Air present everywhere around us?
• What is Air made up of ?
• How does oxygen become available to animals and plants living in water and soil?
• How is the Oxygen in the Atmosphere Replaced?
• Dealing with garbage
• Vermicomposting
• Recycling of paper
• Plastics ? boon or a curse?

### English Grammer

Comparative into Positive

### English Grammer

Personal Pronouns

## Topics Covered

• Articles
• Definite Article
• Indefinite Article
• Rules Using the
• Nouns
• Singular and plural nouns
• Pronouns
• More on Pronouns
• Personal Pronouns
• Demonstrative Pronouns
• PossessivePronouns
• Reflexive Pronouns
• Indefinite Pronouns
• Verbs
• Kinds of verbs
• Transitive verbs
• Intransitive verbs
• Introduction
• Present tenses
• Present tense aspects
• Simple present tense
• Present Continuous
• Present perfect tense
• Simple past tense
• Past tense aspects
• Simple past and present perfect tense
• Past Perfect
• Futurity in English
• Future tense aspects
• More on future tense
• Using will and shall
• Definition
• As Attributive and Predicative
• Degrees
• Comparative form with To
• Comparative into Positive
• Superlative into Positive
• Adjectives from Noun and verb
• Conversation 1
• Conversation 2
• Examples
• Introduction
• Examples
• Introduction
• Subject, Predicate,Object
• what is an object?
• Examples of objects
• Examples of subject and predicates 1
• Examples of subject and predicate 2
• Introduction
• Objects of preposition 1
• Objects of preposition 2
• Prepositions with forms of transport
• Place and direction
• Place and time
• Examples
• Conjunctions
• Although
• As
• Because
• Despite
• Inspite of
• But
• Neither nor
• SO
• Unless
• While
• Yet