ENGLISH HOLIDAY HOME WORK


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1 ENGLISH HOLIDAY HOME WORK 1. HOW WILL YOU SPEND YOUR HOLIDAYS? 2. HAVE YOU VISITED ANY PLACE OF TOURISTS INTERESTDURING HOLIDAYS? WRITE A FEW SENTENCES ABOUT THAT PLACE. WHICH PLACE DO YOU WANT TO VISIT NEXT? WHY? 3. READ LESSON (MCB).FIND OUT THE MEANINGS OF THE DIFFICULT WORDS.PASTE THEM IN THE BOOK. 4. READ ANY ONE STORY BOOK AS A PREPARATION FOR THE PROJECT WORK. 1. FIND AND PASTE THE MEANINGS OF DIFFICULT WORDS OF ALL THE LESSONS FROM THE MAIN COURSE BOOK 2. READ ANY ONE STORY BOOK TO PREPARE FOR THE PROJECT 3. ONE PAGE CURSIVE HANDWRITING DAILY IN A SEPARATE 100 PAGES 4 LINED BOOK I 1. BUY CURSIVE HANDWRITING BOOK AND PRACTICE ONE PAGE HANDWRITING EVERYDAY 2. PREPARE WORD BANK AND WRITE ALL THE DIFFICULT WORDS IN ALPHABETIC ORDER OF LESSON 3, 4 &6 3. READ STORIES FROM LITERATURE READER. 1. BUY CURSIVE HANDWRITING BOOK AND PRACTICE ONE PAGE HANDWRITING EVERYDAY 2. FIND 30 DIFFICULT WORDS FROM LESSON 1 TO 5 (MAIN COURSE BOOK ) AND LEARN THEIR SPLEEINGS 3. READ ANY TWO STORIES FROM LITERARY READER. 1. MAKE 5 WORDS WITH EACH VOWEL SOUNDS AND STICK PICTURES RELATED TO THOSE WORDS (A,E,I,O,U) 2. PRACTISE CURSIVE WRITING A Z AND a z (3 times)
2 MATHS HOLIDAY HOME WORK 1. REVISE LESSON NO 1 IN THE HOME WORK NOTE BOOK. 2. LEARN TABLES 2 TO PREPARE A SET OF SIGN CARDS AND NUMBER CARDS *ONE SIGN CARD OF EACH [+, , x, ] * ONE CARD OF 0 TO MAKE A CUBE OF THICK CHART PAPER. 1. MAKE A CHART OF ROMAN NUMERALS WITH THE HELP OF MATCH STICKS (1 TO 50) 2. REVISE THE WORK DONE IN THE CLASSWORK BOOK (L1) 3. LEARN THE TABLES 1 TO 20 I 1. MAKE A CLOCK WITH ROMAN NUMERALS 2. REVISE LESSON NO 1 IN HOMEWORK NOTE BOOK 3. LEARN TABLES 2 TO MAKE AN ABACUS USING DIFFERENT COLOURED BEADS FOR ONES, TENS, HUNDREDS AND THOUSANDS. 1. WRITE 101 TO 150 NUMBER NAMES. 2. LEARN TABLES 2 TO 8 3. MAKE AN ABACUS MODEL SHOWING ONES, TENS AND HUNDREDS PLACE
3 1. WRITE NUMBER NAMES 1 TO 10 TWICE IN THE CLASSWORK NOTEBOOK 2. STICK THE PAPER CUTTING OF CIRCLES, TRIANGLES, RECTANGLES, SQUARES AND OVAL AND WRITE THEIR NAMES IN THE CLASS WORK NOTE BOOK. HINDI HOLIDAY HOME WORK 1. MAKE MASK SUN, MOON, STARS (ANY ONE ) 3. READ HINDI STORY BOOKS 4. READ LESSON 3 & 4 ( HINDI TEXT BOOK) 1. MAKE A NEST WITH A BIRD AND AN EGG IN IT. 3. READ LESSON 3 & 4 ( HINDI TEXT BOOK) 4. READ HINDI STORY BOOKS 1. MAKE A MODEL OF CLOCK 3. READ LESSON 3 & 4 ( HINDI TEXT BOOK) 4. READ HINDI STORY BOOKS
4 I 1. WRITE A PAGE OF HANDWRITING EVERY DAY IN ROUGH NOTE BOOK, FROM YOUR HINDI TEXT BOOK 2. READ LESSON 2, 3 & 4 FROM THE HINDI TEXT BOOK 3. REVISE VARNAMALA & BARAKHADI. 1. LEARN SWAR AND VAYNJAN AND WRITE IT TWO TIMES. 2. WRITE WORDS OF EACH (A) TWO LETTERS (B) THREE LETTERS (C) FOUR LETTERS 3. LEARN HINDI POEM (ANY ONE ) 1. REVISE LESSON NO 3 EVS HOLIDAY HOME WORK 2. PROJECT COLLECT PICTURES OF VARIOUS FOODSTUFF AND PASTE THEM IN YOUR SCRAPBOOK UNDER THE FOLLOWING HEADING (ANY 5 ) A. BODY BUILDING FOODS B. ENERGY GIVING FOODS C. PROTECTIVE FOODS.
5 1. REVISE LESSON 3 2. PROJECT A. MAKE A COLLAGE SHOWING DIFFERENT FOODSTUFFS OBTAINED FROM PLANTS AND ANIMALS. B. COLLECT PICTURES OF THE FOLLOWING (5 EACH) i. HERBIVOROUS ANIMALS ii. iii. CARNIVOROUS ANIMALS OMNIVOROUS ANIMALS AND PASTE THEM IN THE SCRAP BOOK ALSO LEARN AND WRITE THEIR NAMES. 3. COLLECT LEAVES OF 5 FRUIT GIVING TREES.DRY THEM AND PASTE THEM IN A NOTE BOOK. 1. REVISE LESSON NO 2 2. PROJECT COLLECT PICTURES OF THE FOLLOWING AND PASTE THEM IN THE SCRAP BOOK UNDER DIFFERENT HEADINGS.TRY TO LEARN THE NAMES OF THESE ANIMALS AND WRITE THEM IN THE SCRAP BOOK. STICK TWO PICTURES OF EACH: A. ANIMALS WHICH HAVE NO LEGS EARTHWORMS, SNAKES, ETC B. ANIMALS WHICH HAVE MANY LEGS CATERPILLAR,CENTIPED C. ANIMALS HAVING SCALES ON THEIR BODY FISH, LIZARD D. ANIMALS WHICH CAN FLY SPARROW, CROW, PARROT, PEGION,ETC E. ANIMALS WHICH BREATH THROUGH THEIR SKIN FROG, BUTTERFLY. F. ANIMALS WHICH HAVE A SHELL ON THEIR BODY SNAILS, TORTOISE, TURTLE. G. ANIMALS WHICH BREATH THROUGH THEIR NOSES HORSE, CAMEL.
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