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Contents English 1. Module 1........................................................................................................................ 01 2. Module 2........................................................................................................................ 03 3. Module 3........................................................................................................................ 05 4. RC 1 - Peter Pan............................................................................................................ 07 5. Module 4........................................................................................................................ 09 6. Module 5........................................................................................................................ 11 7. Module 6........................................................................................................................ 13 8. RC 2 - The Worst Witch................................................................................................... 15 9. Module 7........................................................................................................................ 17 10. Module 8........................................................................................................................ 19 11. Module 9........................................................................................................................ 21 12. RC 3 - Winnie the Pooh................................................................................................ 23 13. Module 10...................................................................................................................... 25 14. Module 11...................................................................................................................... 27 15. RC 4 - Oliver Twist............................................................................................................ 29 16. Module 12 ....................................................................................................................... 31 17. Module 13 ....................................................................................................................... 33 18. RC 5 - Charlotte’s Web................................................................................................ 35 Maths 1. Shapes............................................................................................................................ 37 2. Patterns.......................................................................................................................... 39 3. Numbers......................................................................................................................... 41 4. Addition......................................................................................................................... 45 5. Subtraction.................................................................................................................... 49 6. Multiplication................................................................................................................. 53 7. Time................................................................................................................................ 55 8. Division............................................................................................................................. 59 9. Money............................................................................................................................ 61 10. Measurement................................................................................................................ 63 11. Data Handling............................................................................................................... 69 TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 2 23-10-2019 17:46:02

CLASS-3 ENGLISH WORKSHEET (T-WS-301) Date: __ / __ /____ 10 Module Total Marks 1 Nouns Name: Choose the correct option. 1. Words that refer to a group of people or things are called [ ] (A) feminine gender nouns. (B) proper nouns. (C) collective nouns. (D) material nouns. 2. W  ords that refer to the materials or substances from which things are made are called [    ] (A) feminine gender nouns. (B) proper nouns. (C) collective nouns. (D) material nouns. 3. I dentify the collective noun that is used for a group [   ] of sheep. (A) flock of sheep (B) bunch of sheep (C) gaggle of sheep (D) class of sheep 4. Identify the collective noun that is used for a group of ants. [ ] (A) class of ants (B) colony of ants (C) pack of ants (D) brood of ants 5. ‘I ate rotis made of wheat.’ Identify the type of the [   ] underlined noun. (A) masculine gender noun (B) common gender noun (C) material noun (D) collective noun ! ,1 ? ?, ! !? TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 1 23-10-2019 17:46:03

6. T  he special names given to people, places, animals and [    ] things are known as [    ] (A) feminine gender nouns. [    ] (B) masculine gender nouns. [    ] (C) proper nouns. [    ] (D) common nouns. 7. Select the masculine gender noun from the following. (A) king (B) knife (C) duck (D) pencil 8. Pick the feminine gender noun from the following. (A) father (B) boy (C) phone (D) queen 9. Which of the following is a neuter gender noun? (A) book (B) mother (C) wife (D) grandfather 10. Select the neuter gender noun from the following. (A) niece (B) horse (C) Tuesday (D) gander ,Teacher’s signature: ______________________ 2 Remarks: _____________________________ ! ! !? ,? ? TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 2 23-10-2019 17:46:04

CLASS-3 ENGLISH WORKSHEET (T-WS-302) Date: __ / __ /____ 10 Module Total Marks 2 Punctuation Name: Choose the correct option. [   ] [   ] 1. S  elect the correct acronym to remember the usage of [   ] capital letters. [   ] (A) M.I.N.T.S. [   ] (B) L.I.N.T.S. (C) N.I.N.T.S. (D) P.I.N.T.S. 2. ‘ I am used to show possession (that something belongs to someone).’ Identify the punctuation mark. (A) question mark (B) full stop (C) comma (D) apostrophe 3. Identify the sentence with the correct punctuation. (A) will Reena come to school? (B) Will Reena come to school? (C) Will reena come to school? (D) will reena come to school? 4. ‘I tell readers where to pause.’ Identify the punctuation mark. (A) apostrophe (B) exclamation mark (C) full stop (D) comma 5. Identify the sentence with the correct punctuation. (A) Once upon a time! There was a boy named Ayush, (B) Once upon a time? There was a boy named Ayush! (C) Once upon a time, there was a boy named Ayush. (D) Once upon a time. There was a boy named Ayush. ! ,3 ? ?, ! !? TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 3 23-10-2019 17:46:05

6. Identify the sentence with the correct punctuation. [    ] (A) Ahmeds toys are new. [    ] (B) Ahmed’s toys are new. [    ] (C) Ahmed,s toys are new. [    ] (D) Ahmed toys are new. [    ] 7. Identify the sentence with the correct punctuation. (A) I went to Delhi and visited the Red Fort. (B) I went to delhi and visited the Red Fort. (C) I went to Delhi and visited the red fort. (D) i went to Delhi and visited the Red Fort. 8. Pick the sentence that has the correct punctuation. (A) This is Disha’s book. (B) This is Dishas book. (C) This is Disha book. (D) This is disha’s book? 9. W hich of the following is used to express strong feelings of joy, anger, excitement, etc.? (A) question mark (B) exclamation mark (C) comma (D) full stop 10. This book belongs to me. This book is (A) my. (B) me’s. (C) mine’s. (D) mine. ,Teacher’s signature: ______________________ 4 Remarks: _____________________________ ! ! !? ,? ? TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 4 23-10-2019 17:46:05

CLASS-3 ENGLISH WORKSHEET (T-WS-303) Module One and Many 10 3 Total Marks Name: Date: __ / __ /____ Choose the correct option. 1. R eplace the action word (if wrong) with the correct option. ‘How does I look?’ [    ] (A) has (B) have (C) do (D) is 2. R eplace the action word (if wrong) with the correct option. ‘My sister and I has many toys.’ [    ] (A) does (B) do (C) have (D) is 3. R eplace the action word (if wrong) with the correct option. ‘Rohan have an exam.’ [    ] (A) do (B) has (C) does (D) is 4. R  eplace the action word (if wrong) with the correct option. ‘Has you seen my book?’ [    ] (A) Have (B) Is (C) Does (D) Do 5. R  eplace the action word (if wrong) with the correct option. ‘Does we know the way to the playground? [    ] (A) Is (B) Do (C) Has (D) Have ,5 ? ?, ! !? ! 23-10-2019 17:46:06 TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 5

6. W  hich of the following should be added to ‘roof’ to form its plural? [   ] (A) -ves (B) -ies (C) -s (D) -es 7. To form the plural of ‘wolf’, we add [   ] (A) -ves. (B) -ies. (C) -s. (D) -es. 8. To form the plural of ‘enemy’, we add [   ] (A) -ves. (B) -ies. (C) -s. (D) -es. 9. Select the uncountable noun from the following. [   ] (A) oranges (B) courage (C) eggs (D) buses 10. Pick the countable noun from the following. [   ] (A) milk (B) truth (C) wind (D) photograph ,Teacher’s signature: ______________________ 6 Remarks: _____________________________ ! ! !? ,? ? TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 6 23-10-2019 17:46:07

CLASS-3 MATHEMATICS WORKSHEET (T-WS-319) Concept 10 1.1 Geometrical Features of Shapes Total Marks Name: Date: __ / __ /____ Choose the correct option. 1. Which of the following figures has 6 vertices? [   ] (A) (B) (C) (D) 2. How many vertices are present in the given shape? [   ] (A) 14 (B) 15 (C) 16 (D) 17 3. How many line segments are needed to make the given shape? [   ] (A) 9 (B) 10 (C) 11 (D) 12 4. How many straight lines are needed to make a circle? [   ] (A)  0   (B)  2  (C)  4   (D)  6 5. Which of the following is a diagonal of the given rectangle? [   ] (A) AB (B) AC A B (C) AD (D) BC D C % 37 % TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 37 23-10-2019 17:46:27

6. How many cubes are there in the given 3D shape? [   ] [   ] (A) 10 (B) 11 [   ] [   ] (C) 12 (D) 13 [   ] 7. How many edges does the given 3D shape have? (A) 18 (B) 20 (C) 22 (D) 24 8. How many faces does the given 3D shape have? (A) 8 (B) 6 (C) 4 (D) 12 9. How many triangles are there in the given image? (A) 5 (B) 7 (C) 8 (D) 6 10. How many vertices does the given figure have? (A) 12 (B) 16 (C) 20 (D) 24 Teacher’s signature: ______________________ Remarks: _____________________________ % 38 % TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 38 23-10-2019 17:46:27

CLASS-3 MATHEMATICS WORKSHEET (T-WS-320) Concept 10 2.1 Patterns in Shapes and Numbers Total Marks Name: Date: __ / __ /____ Choose the correct option. 1. W hich of the following is not a pattern? [   ] [   ] (A) AβoAβoAβo (B) 1X2X1X2X (C) m7∞m7∞n7∞ (D) ×π-×π-×π- 2. W hat is the next shape in the given pattern? (A) (B) [   ] (C) (D) 3. W hich of the following shapes is missing in the given pattern? (A) (B) (C) (D) 4. W  hich of the following is not a pattern? [   ] (A) (B) (C) (D) 5. W hich of the following is the basic shape of the given [   ] pattern? % 39 % TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 39 23-10-2019 17:46:28

(A) (B) [   ] (C) (D) 6. W  hich of the following is the next shape in the given pattern? (A) (B) (C) (D) 7. F ind the odd one out. (B) 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70 [   ] (A) 20, 30, 40, 20, 30, 40, 20 (D) 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 [   ] (C) 123, 213, 303, 393, 483 8. I dentify the basic shape of the given pattern. (A) (B) (C) (D) 9. W  hich of the following is a pattern? [   ] [   ] (A) 2, 5, 8, 12, 14, 17, 20 (B) 1, 5, 9, 13, 17, 21, 25 (C) 3, 7, 10, 14, 18, 22, 26 (D) 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, 19, 23 10. W hich of the following is not a pattern? (A) (B) (C) (D) Teacher’s signature: ______________________ Remarks: _____________________________ % 40 % TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 40 23-10-2019 17:46:30

CLASS-3 MATHEMATICS WORKSHEET (T-WS-321) Date: __ / __ /____ 10 Concept Total Marks 3.1 Count by Thousands Name: Choose the correct option. 1. Which of the following will be found in the hundreds place of the greatest 4-digit number? [   ] (A)  9 (B)  8  (C)  6   (D)  0 Instruction: Answer questions 2 and 3 based on the figure below. TH H T O 2. W  hich of the following numbers is shown by the abacus?  [   ] (A) 243 (B) 2413 (C) 2403 (D) 2430 3. S  elect the correct way of expanding the number shown in the abacus. [   ] (A) 2000 + 400 + 10 + 3 (B) 2000 + 40 + 0 + 3 (C) 2000 + 400 + 0 + 3 (D) 200+40+3 4. S  tudy the numbers 567 and 5670. What is the total of digits in hundreds place of the two numbers? [   ] (A)  5   (B)  3 (C)  7   (D)  11 Instruction: Answer questions 5 and 6 based on the table below. Thousands Hundreds Tens Ones 2 8 0 7 5. What is the number represented in the table? [   ] (A)  2000   (B)  2087 (C)  287 (D)  2807 % 41 % TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 41 23-10-2019 17:46:31

6. If we subtract 80 from the number represented above, what is the number that will remain? [   ] (A)  2007   (B)  2707 (C)  2727   (D)  2927 7. W  hich of the following is correct about the number 4289?  [   ] (A) 4289 = 4000 + 200 + 80 + 9 (B) The number has 9 in the ones place, 8 in the tens place, 2 in the hundreds place and 4 in the thousands place. (C) 4289 = 4500 – 211 (D) all of the above Instruction: Answer questions 8 to 10 based on the abacus below. TH H T O 8. I f we add two beads in the thousands place of the abacus and 5 beads in the ones place, what will be the new number?  [   ] (A) 3693 (B) 6060 (C) 5699 (D) 2006 9. If from the new number formed in the previous question, we remove 39, what will be the new number formed? [   ] (A) 3683 (B) 5660   (C)  3645 (D)  5680 10. If we reverse the number shown on the abacus (in the figure) and subtract from the number formed in previous question, what will be the result? [   ] (A)  547 (B)  1966   (C)  1038 (D)  697 Teacher’s signature: ______________________ Remarks: _____________________________ % 42 % TVL_G3_Mastermind.indb 42 23-10-2019 17:46:32