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Preface IMAX partners with schools, supporting them with learning materials and processes that are all crafted to work together as an interconnected system to drive learning. IMAX Program presents the latest version of the Magnolia series – updated and revised after considering the perceptive feedback and comments shared by our experienced reviewers and users. The Magnolia series endeavours to be faithful to the spirit of the prescribed board curriculum. Our books strive to ensure inclusiveness in terms of gender and diversity in representation, catering to the heterogeneous Indian classroom. The larger aim of the curriculum regarding Mathematics teaching is to develop the abilities of a student to think and reason mathematically, pursue assumptions to their logical conclusion and handle abstraction. The Magnolia Mathematics textbooks and workbooks offer the following features: S tructured as per Bloom’s taxonomy to help organise the learning process according to the different levels involved S tudent engagement through simple, age-appropriate language S upported learning through visually appealing images, especially for grades 1 and 2 Increasing rigour in sub-questions for every question in order to scaffold learning for students W ord problems based on real-life scenarios, which help students to relate Mathematics to their everyday experiences Mental Maths to inculcate level-appropriate mental calculation skills S tepwise breakdown of solutions to provide an easier premise for learning of problem-solving skills Supplemental practice questions included at the end of each chapter, for revision and exam preparation Overall, the IMAX Magnolia Mathematics textbooks, workbooks and teacher companion books aim to enhance logical reasoning and critical thinking skills that are at the heart of Mathematics teaching and learning. – The Authors

Recall Aims at revising the prerequisite knowledge for the concept from the previous year/chapter/concept/term Remembering and Understanding Provides opportunities for practising the basic elements involved in the learning of the concept Application Applies the understanding of the concept to questions related to real-life scenarios Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Extends the concept to more advanced and challenging questions that meet the criteria of higher order thinking skills Practice Questions Aims at revising the chapter with supplemental practice questions

6 Time 1 5 6.1 Days of a Week and Months of a Year 6.2 Sequence the Events Over Longer Periods 11 7 Money 16 21 7.1 Add and Subtract Money without Conversion 28 8 Multiplication 33 37 8.1 Concept of Repeated Addition 8.2 Skip Counting 44 9 Measurements 9.1 Measure Lengths Using Standard Units 9.2 Compare Objects Using a Simple Balance 9.3 Compare Containers for Capacities 10 Data Handling 10.1 Pictographs

Chapter 6 Time Concept 6.1: Days of a Week and Months of a Year Recall Multiple Choice Questions [] 1) Which of the following takes more time? [] (A) saying your name (B) writing your name [] (C) saying 1 to 100 (D) writing 1 to 100 2) Travel by which of the following takes less time? (A) riding a bicycle (B) walking (C) going in an auto rickshaw (D) going in a car 3) How can you travel the fastest from one city to another? (A) by rickshaw (B) by train (C) by bicycle (D) by bus & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions [] 4) There are __________ months in a year. [] (A) 12 (B) 11 (C) 10 (D) 9 [] 5) April has ________ days. (A) 365 (B) 30 (C) 31 (D) 0 6) ___________ is the seventh month of the year. (A) July (B) June (C) May (D) August 1

Fill in the Blanks 7) There are ____________________ full weeks in a month. 8) Ten years make a __________________. 9) Seven days make a ___________________. Very Short Answer Questions Look at the calendar given below. Answer the questions from 10 to 12. July 2019 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 23456 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 10) How many days are there in July? Solution: 11) If 6th July is a Saturday, when is the next Saturday? Solution: 12) How many Sundays are there in the calendar of July 2019? Solution: Short Answer Questions 13) Look at the calendar given below. Answer the following questions. January 2019 Sat 5 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 1234 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2

a) H ow many Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays are there? b) List out the dates that fall on a Sunday. Solution: 14) Look at the calendar given below. Answer the questions that follow. March 2019 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 12 3 4 56789 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 a) How many Thursdays are there? b) List out the dates that fall on a Friday. Solution: Application Very Short Answer Question 15) How much time does the Earth take to move around the Sun once? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) Answer the following questions. a) Which season comes after winter? b) Which season is it in July? Time 3

Solution: 17) Identify the seasons in the following pictures and colour them. a) b) Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) If today is 12th December and it is winter now, what month and season will it be four months later? Solution: 4

Concept 6.2: Sequence the Events Over Longer Periods Recall Multiple Choice Questions 1) Rashi went out to see the stars at ________________. [ ] ] (A) night (B) morning (C) afternoon (D) noon ] 2) The milkman gets milk in the __________ when I am ready for school. [ (A) afternoon (B) night (C) morning (D) evening 3) People eat breakfast in the_______________. [ (A) night (B) morning (C) afternoon (D) evening & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions 4) Which of the following numbers you would not find on the face of the clock? [] (A) 9 (B) 10 (C) 11 (D) 13 5) The minute hand in the given clock is at ____________ [ ] (A) 3 (B) 12 (C) 11 (D) 4 6) The hour hand in the given clock is at _____________. [ ] (A) 8 (B) 12 (C) 4 (D) 5 Time 5

Fill in the Blanks 7) The short hand of the clock is known as the ___________________ hand. 8) The time in the clock is __________________. 9) At 12 o’clock, the hour hand of the clock will be on the number _________. Very Short Answer Questions 10) What is the long hand of the clock known as? Solution: Read the time in the given clocks. 11) _______________________ 12) _______________________ 6

Short Answer Questions Mention the positions of the hour or the minute hands. Read the time on these clocks. 13) The hour hand is at ____________. The time is ____________________. 14) The minute hand is at ____________. The time is ___________________. Application Very Short Answer Question 15) At what time do you come home from school? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) List all your morning activities in sequence till you reach school. Also, write the time at which you do them. Solution: Time 7

17) Fill in the blanks by looking at the clocks. Arrange the events in order. a) I have snacks at b) M y school starts at ________ o’clock ________ o’clock in the afternoon. in the morning c) I go to sleep at d) I start studying at ________ o’clock ________ o’clock at night. in evening. Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Draw the hands of the clock to show: a) 1 o’clock b) 3 o’clock a) b) Practice Questions 1) Name the months having 31 days. 2) Look at the calendar of 2019 carefully. Answer the following questions. a) On which day does 5th September fall? b) How many Sundays are there in December? c) How many weeks are there in November? 8

3) Look at the calendar of 2019 and answer the following questions. a) 31st December is Tuesday. With which day will the New Year begin? b) N ame the months between the 3rd month and the 7th month of the year. c) Name three months before the 11th month of the year. 4) Look at the calendar of December 2019 carefully. Answer the following questions. DECEMBER 2019 Sat 7 a) H ow many Saturdays are there Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri in December? 1 2 3456 b) On which day does the last day 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 of November 2019 fall? 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 c) H ow many weeks are there in 29 30 31 December 2019? 5) Observe the calendar of January 2020 carefully. Answer the following questions. January 2020 a) On which day does 8th Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat January, 2020 fall? 1234 b) H ow many days are there in the 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 4th week of January? 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 c) On which day does 29th 26 27 28 29 30 31 December, 2019 fall? 6) Observe the calendar of March 2019 carefully. Answer the following questions. a) Nirupam was born in 2016. His March 2019 birthday in 2019 falls on the last Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Friday of March. What is his date 12 of birth? 3 4 56789 b) H is father’s birthday falls on a 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Sunday after Nirupam’s birthday. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 On which date will his father 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 celebrate his birthday? 31 Time 9

7) Fill the month with correct dates. July 2019 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 17 8) Answer the following questions. a) During which months do we have summer season? b) Which season is it in November? c) In which season do you wear woollen coats? 9) If today is 28th February and it is summer now, what season it will be four months later? 10) If February with 28 days begins on a Monday, then on which day first week will end? 11) What is the time when the minute hand is on 12 and the hour hand is on 12? 12) What is the time when the minute hand is on 12 and the hour hand is on 2? 13) What is the time when the hour hand is on 11 and the minute hand is on 12? 14) Draw the hands of the clock to show the given time. a) 6 o’clock b) 7 o’clock c) 1 o’clock 15) Aditya’s grandfather takes medicine every two hours. If he took medicine at 7 o’clock, at what time will he take the next medicine? 10

Chapter 7 Money Concept 7.1: Add and Subtract Money without Conversion Recall Multiple Choice Questions [] 1) 44 + 22 = ______________ [] (A) 65 (B) 66 (C) 22 (D) 64 [] 2) 77 – 44 = ______________ (A) 22 (B) 44 (C) 33 (D) 77 3) 50 + 40 = ______________ (A) 0 (B) 10 (C) 80 (D) 90 & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions 4) ` 20.50 + ` 10.10 = ______________ [] [] (A) ` 20.60 (B) ` 30.60 (C) ` 40.50 (D) ` 10.40 [] 5) The sum of ` 11.11 and ` 22.22 is ______________. (A) ` 11.22 (B) ` 22.11 (C) ` 33.33 (D) ` 11.11 6) The difference between ` 55.55 and ` 44.44 is ______________. (A) ` 99.99 (B) ` 44.44 (C) ` 55.55 (D) ` 11.11 Fill in the Blanks 7) ` 40.10 + ` 30.10 = _________________ 8) ` 55.40 – ` 45.40 = _________________ 9) ` 61.10 + ` 31.10 = _________________ 11

Very Short Answer Questions 10) Subtract ` 33.33 from ` 55.55. Solution: `p . –. . 11) Add ` 21.21 and ` 11.11. Solution: `p . +. . 12) Subtract ` 90 from ` 91. Solution: ` – Short Answer Questions 13) Add: a) ` 56.10 and ` 32.50 b) ` 22.25 and ` 37.45 Solution: a) ` p b) ` p + . . . . +. . 14) Subtract: a) ` 45.40 from ` 85.80 b) ` 52.50 from ` 93.90 Solution: a) ` p b) ` p .. –. –. .. 12

Application Very Short Answer Question 15) In a nursery, the cost of five plants is ` 50. A pot costs ` 40. What is the total cost of the plants and the pot? ` Solution: + Short Answer Questions 16) The cost of a book is ` 93.50. Shruti gave ` 95.50 to the shopkeeper. How much change did the shopkeeper give Shruti? Solution: `p . –. . 17) Z iya bought a bunch of needles for ` 55.50 and a few rolls of thread for ` 43.00. What is the total cost of needles and thread? Solution: `p . +. . Money 13

Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Diksha has ` 300 with her. How many of the given items can she buy? Write at least two combinations. Use each item only once in a combination. ` 100 ` 200 ` 150 ` 150 Solution: 14

Practice Questions 1) Add: a) ` 11.19 and ` 21.10 b) ` 35.55 and ` 52.01 c) ` 10.10 and ` 10.20 2) Add: c) ` 11.21 and ` 23.21 a) ` 33.99 and ` 55.00 b) ` 24.75 and ` 52.22 3) Solve the following: a) ` 34.34 + ` 12.13 b) ` 56.21 + ` 22.33 c) ` 31.31 + ` 41.42 4) Solve the following: b) ` 65.23 + ` 94.36 c) ` 49.49 + ` 61.61 a) ` 70.75 + ` 02.20 5) Add: a) ` 7.63 and ` 15.35 b) ` 5.03 and ` 82.01 c) ` 9.21 and ` 20.56 6) Write in columns and subtract. a) ` 15.50 from ` 18.50 b) ` 23.65 from ` 24.89 c) ` 11.13 from ` 23.33 7) Write in columns and subtract. a) ` 30.12 from ` 70.68 b) ` 23.78 from ` 31.89 c) ` 42.24 from ` 53.35 8) Solve the following: b) ` 99.88 – ` 22.52 c) ` 96.63 – ` 23.31 a) ` 89.34 – ` 57.21 9) Solve the following: a) ` 30.26 – ` 29.01 b) ` 99.75 – ` 32.04 c) ` 78.83 – ` 32.32 10) Subtract: a) ` 23.00 from ` 40.87 b) ` 12.00 from ` 65.65 c) ` 73.00 from ` 87.23 11) A water bottle costs ` 15.50 and a lunch box costs ` 84.25. What is their total cost? 12) Prem had ` 25 and Shyam had ` 62. How much money do they have in all? 13) Sugar costs ` 45 and jaggery costs ` 55. a) What is the total cost of the two items? b) Which one costs more and by how much? 14) A pencil box costs ` 50. The cost of an exam pad is ` 10 less than the cost of the pencil box. What is the cost of the exam pad? 15) T he total cost of a notebook and a marker pen is ` 87. If the cost of the notebook is ` 47, what is the cost of the marker pen? Money 15

Chapter [] [] 8 Multiplication Concept 8.1: Concept of Repeated Addition Recall Multiple Choice Questions Add and write the number of objects. 1) Number of cones = _____________ (A) 3 (B) 18 (C) 6 (D) 9 2) Number of tyres = _____________ (A) 3 (B) 18 (C) 6 (D) 9 3) [] Number of tails = _____________ (A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 16 (D) 20 16

& Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions Refer to the picture and answer the questions from questions 4 to 6. 4) How many groups are there in the picture? [] (A) 4 (B) 3 (C) 12 (D) 10 5) How many objects are there in each group? [] (A) 12 (B) 4 (C) 3 (D) 2 6) How many objects are there in total? [] (A) 3 (B) 12 (C) 4 (D) 16 Fill in the Blanks 7) In repeated addition, we put the objects into ____________________ groups to find their total. Refer to the picture and fill in the blanks of questions 8 and 9. Multiplication 17

8) The total number of objects in the given picture is ___________________. 9) The number of groups is ___________________. Very Short Answer Questions Refer to the picture and answer the questions from 10 to 12. 10) Write the number of sheep in each group. Solution: 11) Write the total number of sheep. Solution: 12) What does the above picture show? Solution: Short Answer Questions 13) Identify the number of groups in the following picture. Count the number of dogs in each group. Write the total number of dogs in the picture. Solution: 18

14) Identify the number of groups in the given picture. Count the number of deer in each group. Calculate the total number of deer in the picture. Solution: Application Very Short Answer Question 15) Rajesh has 3 parrots. How many wings do the parrots have altogether? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) A square has 4 corners. How many corners do 5 squares have altogether? Solution: Multiplication 19

17) There are 6 lions. How many legs do the lions have altogether? Solution: Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Parth is learning to sew buttons on his shirts. His teacher gives him a task of sewing buttons on 6 shirts. Each shirt needs to have 7 buttons. How many buttons would Parth need for his task? Solution: 20

Concept 8.2: Skip Counting Recall Multiple Choice Questions Refer to the picture and answer the questions from 1 to 3. 1) How many groups of pineapples are there? [] (A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7 [] [] 2) How many pineapples are there in each group? (A) 4 (B) 5 (C) 6 (D) 7 3) How many pineapples are there in total? (A) 20 (B) 22 (C) 24 (D) 26 Multiplication 21

& Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions 4) If you count by 3s, the next number just after 9 is __________. [] (A) 3 (B) 12 (C) 15 (D) 18 [] [] 5) The symbol used for multiplication is __________. (D) ÷ (A) + (B) – (C) × 6) We read 3 × 1 = 3 as three ______ are three. (A) ones (B) twos (C) threes (D) fours Fill in the Blanks 7) 2 × 8 = _______ 8) In counting by 4s, we count every ______________ number. 9) If we count by 2s, the next number after 6 is ________. Very Short Answer Questions 10) What number do we get by counting 3s twice from 9? Solution: 11) Find the product. a) 2 × 5 b) 2 × 9 Solution: 12) Find the product. a) 5 × 4 b) 6 × 8 Solution: 22

Short Answer Questions 52 13) Start with 32 and count by 4s till 52. 32 14) Start with 3 and count by 3s till 18. 3 18 Application Very Short Answer Question 15) Asma counts the bags using skip counting by 4. Write the numbers in the boxes. Short Answer Questions 16) Rekha and her 4 friends are counting the total number of books they have in Grade 2. Can you help her count these books using skip counting by 6. Write the numbers in the boxes. How many books do they have altogether? Multiplication 23

17) Show the path Anjali takes to reach the book by striking the boxes using skip counting by 5. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Complete the wheel of skip counting by 8. 56 8 40 24 24

Practice Questions 1) Use repeated addition to find the total number of circles. 2) Count and add: 3) Use repeated addition to find the total number of cats. 4) Count and add: 5) Use repeated addition to find the total number of rods. 6) Vishnu observed that there were 7 bamboos in a row. How many bamboos could he count in 3 rows? Multiplication 25

7) Count the number of in each pattern and write total number of in the below picture using skip counting. 8) Use repeated addition to find the total number of corners. 9) Malala observed that there were 11 leaves on a branch. How many leaves could she count on the 3 branches? 10) Swetha observed that each dog has 4 legs. How many legs did she count for the 5 dogs? 11) Skip count by 4 and fill in the blanks. 40 4 16 12) Skip count by 6 and fill in the blanks. 6 30 49 13) Skip count by 7 and fill in the blanks. 7 14) Skip count by 8 and fill in the blanks. 8 32 15) Skip count by 9 and fill in the blanks. 9 45 26

16) Skip count by 10 and fill in the blanks. 30 60 17) Nirupam counts spokes of wheels using skip counting by 10. What is Nirupam’s total count of spokes? 18) Aditya counts spokes using skip counting by 8. What is Aditya’s total count of spokes? 19) Maya counts leaves using skip counting by 3. What is Maya’s total count of leaves? 20) Jeetu counts the blades of fans using skip counting by 5. What is Jeetu’s total count of blades? Multiplication 27

Chapter 9 Measurements Concept 9.1: Measure Lengths Using Standard Units Recall Multiple Choice Questions 1) The length of an object is the distance between its ________ end(s). [ ] ] (A) four (B) two (C) three (D) one 2) The length of the door is _______________. [ (A) 6 hand spans (B) 6 foot (C) 6 cubit (D) 6 pace 3) The length of the given tray is equal to ___________________. [] (A) 6 pencils (B) 7 pencils (C) 6 hand spans (D) 7 hand spans 28

& Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions 4) Centimetre is written in short as _________. [] (A) m (B) cm (C) kg (D) km 5) The standard unit of measuring length is called ________. [] (A) metre (B) hand span (C) ruler (D) cubit 6) Which of the following is not a standard unit of measurement? [] (A) ruler (B) scale (C) hand span (D) measuring tape Fill in the Blanks 7) The unit metre is written in short as __________________. 8) To measure lengths larger than a metre, we use a larger unit called __________________. 9) 100 cm = _____ m Very Short Answer Questions 10) What is the length of the screwdriver? Solution: 11) What is the length of your notebook? Measure it with a scale. Solution: 12) What is the length of the toothpaste tube? Measurements 29

Solution: Short Answer Questions 13) What standard instruments are used to measure lengths of pencil and cloth? Solution: 14) Measure these objects using a ruler and complete the table. Object Length a) b) Application Very Short Answer Question 15) Tick the unit that is used to measure the given object. Object Unit mm cm m km 30

Short Answer Questions 16) Tick the unit that is used to measure the following objects. Object Unit mm cm m km a) b) c) d) Measurements 31

17) Tick the unit that is used to measure the length or width of the following objects. Object Unit mm cm m km a) b) c) d) Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) The length of Rina’s hand span is 6 centimetres. She measured the length of a blackboard as 8 hand span. What is the length of the blackboard in centimetres? Solution: 32

Concept 9.2: Compare Objects Using a Simple Balance Recall Multiple Choice Questions 1) T he weight of _____ maize is the same as the weight of 3 brinjals. [] (A) 2 (B) 3 (C) 1 (D) 5 2) T he weight of 3 apples is the same as the weight of _______ oranges. [] (A) 6 (B) 5 (C) 4 (D) 3 3) _____________ bananas are heavier than 1 apple. [] (A) 10 (B) 6 (C) 2 (D) 3 Measurements 33

& Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions 4) ______ g of jewellery is called a tola. [ ] ] (A) 100 (B) 10 (C) 50 (D) 5 ] 5) Wheat is measured in __________. [ (A) kilograms (B) centimetre (C) metre (D) tola 6) Jewellers use ________ to weigh ornaments. [ (A) kilograms (B) kilometre (C) centigrams (D) grams Fill in the Blanks 7) 50 g of gold jewellery is equal to _____________ tolas. 8) Weight of animals and birds is measured in ____________________. 9) 1 kg = ___________ g Very Short Answer Questions 10) Tick the unit to be used to measure the weight of the following object. Object mg g kg Tick the correct units to measure the weights of the following: 11) a dozen of apples kg g 12) a 5-year old baby kg g 34

Short Answer Questions 13) What are the standard units of weight? Write the correct unit used to measure the following objects. a) b) Solution: 14) Write the correct unit used to measure the following objects. a) b) c) d) Measurements 35

Application Very Short Answer Questions 15) Write the unit used to measure the weight of a tiger. Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) Write the units used to measure the following: a) b) Solution: 17) Write the units used to measure the following: a) b) Solution: 36

Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) What are the weights of the following objects? a) b) Solution: Concept 9.3: Compare Containers for Capacities Recall Multiple Choice Questions [] 1) Which of the following has the biggest petrol tank? (A) (B) (C) (D) 2) Which of the following is not measured in litres? [] (A) milk (B) petrol (C) water (D) books Measurements 37

3) Which of the following containers has the least capacity? [] (A) (B) (C) (D) & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions 4) The capacity of a spoon is measured in ________. [] (A) litres (B) millilitres (C) kilolitres (D) centilitres 5) Which is the biggest unit among the following? [] (A) millilitres (B) centilitres (C) litres (D) kilolitres 6) 1000 mℓ = _________ ℓ [ ] (A) 10 (B) 100 (C) 1000 (D) 1 Fill in the Blanks 7) Small quantities of liquids such as tonic doses are measured in ________________________. 8) The unit ‘litre’ is written in short as ____________. 9) Petrol in tankers is measured in ________________________. Very Short Answer Questions 10) Write the units used to measure the capacities of the following containers. a) b) Solution: 38

11) Tick the vessel which nearly has the same capacity given: Capacity Vessels 600 mℓ 12) Order these containers based on their capacities. Write 1 for the smallest container. Short Answer Questions 13) What are the standard units of capacity? Write one example of a container for each capacity. Solution: Measurements 39

14) Circle the vessel which nearly has the capacity given. Capacity Vessels a) 2 ℓ b) 1 ℓ Application Very Short Answer Question 15) There are two flasks of the same capacity. One flask can hold five cups of tea. How many cups of tea can the two flasks hold together? Solution: Short Answer Questions 16) Ram filled 2 cans measuring 15 ℓ each, with water. It was poured into a drum, which can hold 95 ℓ. How much more water can be poured into the drum to fill it completely? Solution: 40

17) A milkman gave 1 ℓ of milk each to 8 households. He had 2 ℓ of milk leftover. How much milk did he have in all? Solution: Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question 18) Maya has an 800 mℓ water jug. She has filled it with 600 mℓ of water. She drank 200 mℓ water from it. What quantity of water will she need to add to the jug to fill it completely? Solution: Measurements 41

Practice Questions 1) Measure these lines and write their lengths with the correct unit in the box. a) b) a) c) b) c) 2) Measure the length of these using your ruler. Note their lengths in your notebook. a) pen b) Maths textbook c) bench d) eraser 3) a) Draw a line and measure its length using a ruler. b) Draw a line measuring 6 cm using a ruler. 4) The length of a pencil is 7 cm. A table is 5 pencils long. What is the length of the table in cm? 5) A pencil is 2 cm longer than a pen. The pen is 3 cm shorter than a marker. If the length of the marker is 12 cm, then a) Which is the shortest among pen, ruler and marker? b) What is the length of the pencil? c) What is the length of the pen? 6) Choose the appropriate units (mg, g or kg) to measure the weight of the following objects. a) b) c) d) e) 7) Write names of any three objects measured in mg, g and kg. 8) Write the weights of the given objects. a) a kg of sugar b) a chair 42

c) a cake d) a packet of biscuits 9) The weight of 6 apples is 1 kg. What is the weight of 12 apples? 10) T he weight of 2 bananas is equal to the weight of 12 lemons. If the weight of 6 lemons is 90 grams, what is the weight of 1 banana? 11) Choose the appropriate units (mℓ, ℓ or kℓ) to measure the capacities of the following objects. a) b) c) d) e) 12) Write the names of objects whose capacities are measured in mℓ, ℓ, kℓ. 13) Write the weights of given objects. a) b) 250 mℓ 250 mℓ 250 mℓ 250 mℓ c) d) 500 mℓ 500 mℓ 500 mℓ 500 mℓ 10 ℓ 5 ℓ 2 ℓ 1 ℓ 14) Aditya has a jug of 250 mℓ and a bucket of 3 litres. How many jugs of water does he need to fill the bucket? 15) Maya has 500 mℓ juice. She has 10 empty glasses of 50 mℓ capacity each. How many glasses does she need to pour the juice? Measurements 43

Chapter 10 Data Handling Concept 10.1: Pictographs Recall Multiple Choice Questions Observe the given picture and answer the following questions. 1) How many are there in the collection? [] [] (A) 3 (B) 4 (C) 2 (D) 5 [] 2) How many total number of toys are there in the collection? (A) 23 (B) 24 (C) 20 (D) 21 3) Which toy is the least in number among the following? (A) (B) (C) (D) 44

& Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions 4) A ____________________ on a pictograph tells us how many objects each picture stands for. [] (A) key (B) list (C) symbol (D) title 5) If = 4 balloons, then represents how many balloons? [] (A) 4 balloons (B) 8 balloons (C) 12 balloons (D) 16 balloons 6) If = 2 bananas, then represent how many bananas? [] (A) 6 bananas (B) 10 bananas (C) 12 bananas (D) 14 bananas Fill in the Blanks Look at the toys from Sumit’s toy box. The keys of the toys are as given below. = 1 truck = 2 bicycles = 3 cars = 1 jeep = 2 bikes Data Handling 45

7) The total number of toy bicycles that Sumit has is __________________. 8) The toy that is more in number than all other toys is ____________________. 9) The total number of toy cars Sumit has is _____________________. Very Short Answer Questions 10) If = 4 heads, then how many heads does represent? Solution: 11) If = 6 leaves, then how many leaves does represent? Solution: 12) If = 3 pigs, then how many pigs does represent? Solution: Short Answer Questions 13) a) If = 2 roses, then how many roses does represent? 46

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