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MATHEMATICS 3 WORKBOOK - TERM Enhanced Edition PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 1 2 20/12/2019 14:45:48

TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter Name Page No. 1-I) Numbers – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 1 1-II) Numbers – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 6 2) Patterns – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 12 3) Measurements – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 17 4) Money – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 23 5) Time – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 29 6) Information Processing – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 35 Term Project – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – – 41 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 2 20/12/2019 14:45:48

Chapter 1-I: Numbers Think Very Short Answer Questions 1) Neha scored the highest marks in class. She is given a number/ position. What is it? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 2) The seventh letter in the word ‘MALAYALAM’ is ________________ . & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions (1M per question) 1) What is the short form of the ordinal number of 6?  [    ] [    ] (A) 6th (B) six (C) 6 (D) sixth [    ] 2) What is the ordinal number of 9? (A) nine (B) ninth (C) 9 (D) ninety 3) Select the cardinal number for ‘seventh’. (A) 7 (B) 7th (C) seventy (D) 77 Fill in the Blanks (1M per question) 4) The blue star is in the ___________________ position. 1 5) The green star is in the ____________________ position. 6) The red star is in the ____________________ position. 20/12/2019 14:45:49 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 1

Match the following (5M) 7) Match the cardinal numbers with their ordinal numbers. 1a) st 61) 92) 2b) nd 13) 6c) th 44) 9d) th 25) 4e) th Very Short Answer Questions (1M per question) 8) What are even numbers? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 9) What do we call the numbers ending with 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 2 20/12/2019 14:45:49 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 2

Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 10) Write ‘C’ for cardinal and ‘O’ for ordinal numbers. a) I have 3 pairs of shoes. [  ]   b) I stood first in class. [    ] c) My brother celebrated his 10th birthday. [    ] 11) Tick the correct ordinal number of the animals in the picture. 1st 4th 5th First Fourth Fifth 2nd 7th 8th Second Seventh Eighth 3rd 9th 10th Third Ninth Tenth Application Short Answer Questions (3M per question) Roopali 12) Kamlesh, Roopali and Karan won a running race. Kamlesh Karan They stood in the positions as shown here. a) At which position is Karan? [      ] 21 3 b) What is Roopali’s position? [      ] c) What is Kamlesh’s position? [      ] Numbers 3 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 3 20/12/2019 14:45:49

13) The bags of different students are kept in a line. Orange Bag Red Bag Yellow Bag Green Bag Blue Bag a) What is the colour of the fourth bag from the left? [      ] b) What is the position of the green bag from the right? [      ] Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 14) Kavitha forms all possible two-digit even numbers. Write down the numbers in the blanks. How many two-digit even numbers are formed?  (Textbook, Pg. 4) Solution: ............................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. 15) Find five 2-digit numbers with both digits as odd numbers. The tens digit should be greater than the ones digit. (Hint: 31) Solution: ............................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. 4 20/12/2019 14:45:50 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 4

Activity Colour the even numbers in blue and the odd numbers in red. 2 33 5 14 33 1 17 83 50 86 7 23 6 4 10 98 1 34 71 1 62 18 9 26 65 70 Numbers 5 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 5 20/12/2019 14:45:50

Chapter 1-II: Numbers Think Very Short Answer Questions Refer to the picture and answer the questions given here. 1) How many groups are there in the picture? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 2) How many bags are there in each group? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... & Remembering and Understanding [    ] Multiple Choice Questions (1M per question) 1) What is the total number of butterflies in the picture?  (A) 3 (B) 18 (C) 6 (D) 9 6 20/12/2019 14:45:51 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 6

2) How many wheels can you see in these bicycles? [    ] (A) 3 (B) 18 (C) 6 (D) 9 3) What many tails are there in given picture? [    ] (A) 4 (B) 8 (C) 16 (D) 20 Fill in the Blanks (1M per question) 4) In repeated addition, all the groups have _______________amount of objects. Refer to the picture and fill in the blanks. 5) The total number of brinjals in the given picture is ___________________. 7 6) The number of groups is ___________________. Numbers PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 7 20/12/2019 14:45:52

Match the following (5M) 10 7) Match the set of balls with the total number. 1) a) 152) b) 123) c) 84) d) 5) e) 9 Very Short Answer Questions (1M per question) Refer to the picture and answer the questions. 8 20/12/2019 14:45:53 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 8

8) Write the number of elephants in each group. Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 9) Write the total number of elephants. Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 10) Subtract 3 repeatedly from 12. Number of times 3 get subtracted to get 0 _____________________________. 11) Subtract 5 repeatedly from 15. Number of times 5 get subtracted to get 0 _____________________________. 12) Circle the balloons in groups of two. How many groups are formed? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Numbers 9 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 9 20/12/2019 14:45:54

13) How many groups of 5 bats can be formed in the given picture? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Application Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 14) A square has 4 corners. How many corners do 5 squares have altogether? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 15) There are 6 lions. How many legs do the lions have altogether? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 10 20/12/2019 14:45:54 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 10

Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question (3M) 16) Parth is learning to sew buttons on his shirts. His teacher tells him to sew buttons on 6 shirts. Each shirt needs 7 buttons. How many buttons would Parth need for his task? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. Activity Draw the missing ﬁgures and complete repeated addition fact. (Textbook, Pg. 13) ++ 4+4+4=12 +++ Numbers 11 ++ 20/12/2019 14:45:54 +++ PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 11

Chapter 2: Patterns 56 Think Very Short Answer Questions Look at the number patterns and fill in the blanks. 1) 50 52 2)) 33 37 41 & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions (1M per question) 1) A number ___________ is a chain of numbers which follows a certain order.  [   ] (A) name (B) pattern (C) design (D) all of these 2) Complete the following pattern: 1, 3, 5, 1, 3, 5, ____, ____, ____. [    ] (A) 3, 5, 1 (B) 5, 5, 1 (C) 1, 3, 5 (D) 3, 5, 1 3) Which are the next terms in the following pattern? 10, 20, 30, 40, 10, 20, 30, 40, __, __, __, __. [    ] (A) 10, 20, 30, 40 (B) 50, 60, 70, 80 (C) 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 (D) 40, 30, 20 10 12 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 12 20/12/2019 14:45:55

Fill in the Blanks (1M per question) 4) 357 9 11 13 5) 15 20 5 10 6) 68 24 Match the following (5M) 7) Match the columns by identifying the pattern. 1) 1, 3, 5 a) 32, 34, 36 2) 11, 13, 15 b) 2, 4, 6 3) 33, 35, 37 c) 12, 14, 16 4) 21, 23, 25 d) 44, 46, 48 5) 43, 45, 47 e) 22, 24, 26 Very Short Answer Questions (1M per question) Find the rule and extend each of the patterns below. 8) Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Patterns 13 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 13 20/12/2019 14:45:55

9) Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Short Answer Questions (3M per question) Write the number patterns for the given instructions. 10) The last number is 24. The ﬁrst number is 12. Write the rule. 15 24 12 11) The pattern begins with 42. The next number is 4 less than the previous number. -4 12) The middle number in the pattern is 35. The number before it is 30. Application Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 13) Observe and continue the patterns for two more steps. 14 20/12/2019 14:45:55 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 14

14) Observe and continue the patterns for two more steps. Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question (3M) 15) Strike the odd one in each of these patterns. Draw the correct picture in the box. a) b) c) Patterns 15 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 15 20/12/2019 14:45:56

Activity By following a number pattern draw lines to help Ms. Bee reach the flowers. 5 45 30 15 10 10 20 65 35 30 55 35 15 45 25 20 25 35 75 0 45 15 40 80 16 20/12/2019 14:45:56 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 16

Chapter 3: Measurements Think Very Short Answer Questions 1) Which has more capacity - a jug or a glass? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 2) Which has more capacity - a spoon or a bucket? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions (1M per question) Look at the pictures and answer the questions. Banana Lemon Pumpkin Apple 1) Identify the lightest object.  [    ] [    ] (A) banana (B) lemon (C) pumpkin (D) apple [    ] 2) Identify the heaviest object. (A) banana (B) lemon (C) pumpkin (D) apple 3) Which object is lighter that pumpkin but heavier than banana? (A) banana (B) lemon (C) pumpkin (D) apple 17 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 17 20/12/2019 14:45:59

Fill in the Blanks (1M per question) 4) Between a table and a chair, the ______________________ is lighter. A. B. 5) Between a book and a suitcase, the ___________________ is heavier. A. B. 6) The capacity of a bucket is _________________ than the capacity of a spoon. Match the following (5M) 7) Match the objects of similar weights. 1) a) 2) b) 3) c) 4) d) 5) e) 18 20/12/2019 14:46:02 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 18

Very Short Answer Questions (1M per question) 8) What do we use to compare or measure the weights of small objects? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 9) Which is heavier according to the picture: watermelon or grapes? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 10) Answer the following: If (A) is heavier than (B) and (B) is heavier than (C) ,then which box is the heaviest? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 11) What will you use to fill the following containers? Tick the correct option. a) Water drum: bucket bowl glass b) Milk can: spoon glass measuring can c) Water bottle: bucket spoon glass Measurements 19 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 19 20/12/2019 14:46:03

Application Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 12) Order these objects from the lightest to the heaviest. Write 1 for the lightest and 5 for the heaviest. 13) Circle the lighter objects in green. Cross out the heavier objects in red. a) b) c) 20 20/12/2019 14:46:06 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 20

Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question (3M) 14) Observe the pans in the given pictures. In Fig. a, the potato is heavier than the tomato. In Fig. b, the onion is heavier than the potato. Both the pans in Fig. c are empty. Place the onion and the tomato in the correct pans in Fig. c. Pan B Pan A has a potato Pan A Pan B has a tomato Pan A is heavier then Pan B. Fig. a Pan B Pan A has a onion Pan A Pan B has a potato Pan A is heavier then Pan B. Fig. b Pan B Pan A ___________________. Pan A Pan B ____________________. Pan A is heavier then Pan B. Fig. c Measurements 21 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 21 20/12/2019 14:46:07

Activity Try to find the capacity of different pots and vessels in your house using a glass. Record your observation. 22 20/12/2019 14:46:07 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 22

Chapter 4: Money Think Very Short Answer Questions Write the price of each item. Stationary Amount paid Price items ` 20 + ` 5 = ` 25 & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions (1M per question) 1) ` 60________` 6  [   ] [   ] (A) > (B) < (C) = (D) # 2) Identify the following currency.  (A) Note of ` 2 (B) Coin of ` 2 (C) Coin of ` 5 (D) Note of ` 5 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 23 23 20/12/2019 14:46:10

3) What is the value of the give note? [    ] (A) Twenty rupees (B) Five rupees (C) One rupees (D) Ten rupees Fill in the Blanks (1M per question) 4) We need _______________________ to buy things from the market. 5) The__________________denotes the symbol of rupee. 6) The money used in a country is called its _______________________. Match the following (5M) 7) Match the following coins and notes with their values. a) ` 2 1) 2) b) ` 10 3) c) ` 5 4) d) ` 50 5) e) ` 1 24 20/12/2019 14:46:11 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 24

Very Short Answer Questions (1M per question) 8) Is following the picture of a note or a coin? Write its value. Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 9) Calculate the amount shown below. Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 10) Find the total amount by adding ` 25, ` 20 and ` 40. Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 11) How much amount will be left with you if you spend ` 20 out of ` 50? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Application Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 12) How many of following currencies would you need to make ` 37? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... ............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. Money 25 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 25 20/12/2019 14:46:11

13) Sourav bought a pen for ` 33. He gave a note of ` 50 to the shopkeeper. The shopkeeper gave back 2 coins and 1 note in return. What is the value of the currencies Sourav received from the shopkeeper? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question (3M) 14) The box shows some items with their rates. An ice cream A dress Balloons A t-shirt ` 100 ` 500 ` 50 ` 200 Write the names of the items that you can buy for: a) ` 500 b) ` 50 c) ` 100 d) ` 200 Select only one item for each amount. 26 20/12/2019 14:46:14 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 26

Solution: ............................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. Activity The price of fruits in J.K. Market is given in the table. Use the information below to answer the questions. Fruits Cost of one kg 40 60 80 30 20 150 (In `) a) 1 kg + 1 kg = _________________________________ b) 1 kg + 1 kg = _________________________________ Money 27 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 27 20/12/2019 14:46:15

c) 1 kg + 1 kg = _________________________________ d) 1 kg + 1 kg = _________________________________ e) 1 kg + 1 kg = _________________________________ f) 1 kg + 1 kg = _________________________________ 28 20/12/2019 14:46:16 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 28

Chapter 5: Time Think Very Short Answer Questions Answer the following questions. 1) Write the names of all the days of a week? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 2) How many days are there in the month of August? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions (1M per question) 1) Which of these takes the least time to get filled?  [    ] (B) (A) (C) (D) PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 29 29 20/12/2019 14:46:17

2) Which of the following takes the most time?  [    ] (A) Making food for dinner (B) Eating food (C) Drinking water from a glass (D) Eating chocolate 3) Which of the following takes the least time? [    ] (A) Brushing teeth (B) Taking a shower (C) Wearing uniform (D) Tying shoe laces Fill in the Blanks (1M per question) 4) _________________ takes more time. (Reading/ Writing) 5) I spend more time ________________. (eating/ brushing teeth) 6) I spend more time to reach home from school by ______________. (bus/cycle) Match the following (5M) 7) Match the following days/months with their description. 1) Fourth month of the year a) Thursday 2) Comes between April and June b) August 3) Saturday, _________, Monday c) Sunday 4) July comes before d) April 5) Wednesday comes before e) May 30 20/12/2019 14:46:17 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 30

Very Short Answer Questions (1M per question) 8) Which of the following takes more time? Growing a plant Growing a tree Solution: ............................................................................................................................... 9) Which of the following takes more time? Filling water in a bucket Filling water in a glass Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 10) Fill in the blanks with the words given in the box. (more time/less time) a) Saying a to z or Saying 1 to 100 ______________________ ______________________ b) Eating four grapes or Eating four apples ______________________ ______________________ Time 31 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 31 20/12/2019 14:46:17

11) Tick the activity that takes less time than the other. a) b) Application Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 12) Which of these activities takes less time? Also, write the activity that takes more time. a) ______________________ ______________________ b) ______________________ ______________________ 32 20/12/2019 14:46:19 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 32

13) Tick the activities that take more time. a) b) Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question (3M) 14) Look at the given timetable. 6th 7th 8th 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Games/ English English Music Maths Maths Maths English English Games/ English English Games/ EVS Music Games/ EVS Games/ English Maths Music English Games/ EVS Music English English Maths Maths Music English Maths Maths Maths Games/ Music Maths Games/ English English Games/ English Music Music Music Games/ Maths Games/ Music EVS Music Answer the following questions. a) How many Games/Music periods are there in a week? b) Which period is more in number on Monday? c) On which day does the student have the maximum number of Games/ Music period? Time 33 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 33 20/12/2019 14:46:19

Solution: ............................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. Activity Fill in the birthday chart. Arrange the birthdays in the order they would be celebrated. (write only the date and month for example, 2nd October) My family My friend’s Birthday Birthday celebrated family celebrated first next Self Father Mother Six birthdays in order a) ___________________________________ b) ________________________________ c) ___________________________________ d) ________________________________ e) ___________________________________ f) _________________________________ 34 20/12/2019 14:46:20 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 34

Chapter 6: Information Processing Think Very Short Answer Questions The table shows the number of children who like different colours. Read the table and answer the following questions. Colours Number of Students Red 7 Blue 5 10 Yellow 6 Green 1) How many students like red? [    ] (A) 5 (B) 10 (C) 7 (D) 6 2) Which colour is liked by most of the students? [    ] (A) red (B) yellow (C) blue (D) green & Remembering and Understanding Multiple Choice Questions (1M per question) 1) Which of the following tally marks represents the number 5? [    ] [    ] (A) III (B) IIII (C) IIII (D) II [    ] 2) Which of the following tally marks represents the number 3?  (A) II (B) III (C) IIII (D) IIII 3) What is the number for the tally marks IIII? (A) 2 (B) 1 (C) 3 (D) 4 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 35 35 20/12/2019 14:46:20

Fill in the Blanks (1M per question) 4) The _________________ given can be arranged in the form of a table. 5) The number of an item in a data set can be represented by _______________ marks. 6) To show __________________ items, we draw 4 vertical lines and cross them with the last line. Match the following (5M) 7) Match the following objects with their shapes. 1) a) Water for bathing 2) b) Dinner food 3) c) Vegetables 4) d) Rice 5) e) Milk 36 20/12/2019 14:46:21 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 36

Very Short Answer Questions (1M per question) 8) Represent the data in tally marks. Item Tally Marks Numbers Ice cream 12 Chocolate 10 Fruit Juice 7 6 Soup 9) Complete the given table by writing the numbers. Subjects Tally Marks Numbers Maths IIII IIII English IIII Science III Hindi IIII I Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 10) Jasveer has the following things: toy car, pen, ball, toy car, t-shirt, toy car, toy car, ball, pen, toy car, block, t-shirt, pen, ball, ball, toy car, t-shirt, block, pen, ball, block, ball, toy car, ball, t-shirt, pen, toy car, pen, block, toy car, toy car, t-shirt Represent this data in the form of a table using tally marks. Solution: Information Processing 37 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 37 20/12/2019 14:46:21

11) To wrap gifts, Neha used ribbons of the given colours: red, yellow, red, pink, orange, yellow, red, red, orange, pink, yellow, orange, pink, red, yellow, red, orange, pink, orange, pink, yellow, pink, red, pink, yellow, pink Represent the data in the form of a table using tally marks. Solution: Application Short Answer Questions (3M per question) 12) Write the suitable relation for the given box. Mother Grand Mother Son-in-law 38 20/12/2019 14:46:21 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 38

13) a) Pointing to a photograph of a boy Jamal said, “He is the son of the only son of my mother.” How is Suresh related to that boy? b) Pointing to a photograph Varsha says, “He is the son of the only son of my grandfather.” How is the man in the photograph related to Varsha? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. .............................................................................................................................................. Higher Order Thinking Skills (H.O.T.S.) Short Answer Question (3M) 14) Look at the given family tree. Shyam Anjali Ritvick Meera Geeta Brahma Monu PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 39 Information Processing 39 20/12/2019 14:46:22

a) Who is the youngest in the family? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... b) Who are all elders to that youngest person? Solution: ............................................................................................................................... Activity Follow the instructions to make a paper boat. (Textbook, Pg. 58) a) Take a square-shaped paper. b) Fold it along the centre to make it half. c) Make the second fold to make it a quarter. d) Fold one of the four ﬂaps diagonally. e) Fold the remaining three ﬂaps together in the opposite direction. f) Open up the folds. The paper boat is ready now. 40 20/12/2019 14:46:22 PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 40

Term Project Observe the given currency notes from various countries. What do these notes have in common? Note down three common features of all the currency notes shown here. Using these features, make your currency notes for 10 and 50. Give your notes a currency name and a symbol too. ` 10, Ten Rupees, India ` 50, Fifty Rupees, India \$10, Ten Dollars, USA \$20, Twenty Dollars, USA €10, Ten Euro, European Union €20, Twenty Euro, European Union PNC_Maths_G2_WB_T3.indb 41 41 20/12/2019 14:46:23

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