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## Word problems Addition and subtractions, operations and algebraic thinking

Only HOTS questions:       1. Look at the addition sentences.         6  + ___=  11          ___  + 6  =  11        Which number should go where the __ is in each addition sentence?       2. Which is the related addition fact for 5+4=9?        a) 1+8=9 ; 1+8=9...

## Types Of Accounts

Types of Accounts Step 1: Begin the class by choosing three volunteers in the class. Step 2: Name the first volunteer “Names” Step 3: Name the second volunteer “Tangible”: this includes things around you that you can see Step 4: Name the third volunteer “Intangible”:...

## Past perfect tense

Step 1. Write down three sentences in three different tenses denoting the same action and ask the students to observe the difference . a. He reached station . b. He has reached station . c. He had reached station before the train arrived . Step 2. Ask questions on...

## Past Continuous Tense

Step 1. Ask a few simple questions using past continuous tense related to day to day activities done in past such as yesterday , last night , last evening etc . Such as : What were you doing at eight o'clock last night ? I saw you in the market yesterday . What were...

## Present Continuous Tense

Step 1. Write a few sentences using present continuous tense on board . Step 2. Ask a student to read them . Step 3. Ask another student to enact the action before the class and then repeat the sentence using action . Step 4. Ask children to frame a few sentences in...

## Present Perfect Tense

Step 1. Ask the students to name a few actions and write them on the black board . Step 2. Choose an action and ask a student to use it in a sentence . Step 3. Ask on other student whether the sentence is correct . Step 4 . Ask another child about the tense of the...

## Single Use vs. standing Plans

Step 1: Begin the class by sharing the following incidents: School has arranged for a fest in the playground. A day before the fest, it rained heavily so the school authorities decided to shift the venue of the fest from open playground to Multi Purpose Hall. The...

## Building a solar cell- electrochemistry- Sources of Energy

Step1 :Cut a piece of the copper sheeting that is about the size of the burner on the stove. Wash your hands so they don't have any grease or oil on them. Then wa sh the copper sheet with soap or cleanser to get any oil or grease off of it. Use the sandpaper or wire...

## Measurement- Making your own Weighing balance activity

Step 1: begin the class by re introducing the concept of heavy and light which was taught in Nursery class. Ask students by giving them simple examples like a pebble and a rubber. (if possible have these things in class or use items that are available in class) Step...

## Measurement- length follow up activity

Note: This activity is follow up for https://www.eshikshachaupal.com/class_activity/measurement-length-vocabulary-introduction/ which I had posted earlier. Step1: Begin the class revising what we did in the last class the concept of long and short (लम्ब्बा या नाटा)...

## Measurement- length vocabulary introduction

Introducing new Vocabulary of Long and Short Step 1: We begin the class by revising the concept of Big and Small  which was introduced to them in Pre nursery or nursery class. Step2: You pick a few things in the classroom which are big and small and ask the children...

## Arithmetic Progression- Introduction

Arithmetic Progressions Step 1: Seeing the pattern Do you like patterns? Math loves patterns too. What pattern do you see in this list? 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 Familiar? These are natural numbers. Right? But what else do you see? Is there a pattern here? Now, this...