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**English**

**Maths**

- 1. Good, Better, Best
- 2. From A to Z
- 3. Mr. Cross swats a fly!
- 4. What are they doing at this time?
- 5. Plant Magic
- 6. I Wish I Were
- 7. The Lion and the Mouse
- 8. Sleep is necessary

- 1. In the Park
- 2. The Fisherman and the Golden Fish
- 3. Simple Simon
- 4. The Sky is falling
- 5. Special Events
- 6. Our Teeth
- 7. Mix a Pancake
- 8. My Life Story
- 9. Friends Forever
- 10. Self help is the best help
- 11. Fast Backward

- 1. Merry Sunshine
- 2. Whose pond is it ?
- 3. Fog in a Jar
- 4. Play by Moonlight
- 5. Bheem learns a lesson
- 6. Green Grass Grew
- 7. Chocolate
- 8. Fair's fair!
- 9. The Boy who Cried "Wolf"!

- 1. Five Little Chickens
- 2. Wind, Fire and Paper
- 3. A Pop up Card
- 4. Ira's Adventures
- 5. Meet my friends
- 6. My Dog Spot
- 7. Books
- 8. Union is Strength
- 9. The King who Wanted to Touch the Moon
- 10. Who Put the Cookies

- 1. Left-Right,Behind-In Front of
- 2. Introducing Geometrical Shapes
- 3. Edges and Corners
- 4. Surfaces of Objects
- 5. Introducing the line
- 6. Drawing Lines and Shapes
- 7. Using Objects
- 8. Use of Curved and Straight Lines
- 9. Recognizing Geometrical Shapes
- 10. Measurement :Length
- 11. Weight (Mass)
- 12. Weight
- 13. Ordinal and Cardinal Numbers
- 14. A Feast in the Forest
- 15. Read the Numbers
- 16. Numbers-Counting Forward
- 17. Clap Your Hands
- 18. Counting
- 19. A Counting Game
- 20. Numbers in Tens and Units Form
- 21. Two digit Numbers on a String of Hundred
- 22. Numbers in Tens and Unit Form
- 23. Writing Numbers in words
- 24. Revision : Addition and Subtraction
- 25. Addition : By Counting Forward
- 26. Addition : Using Tens-Units
- 27. Adding Zero and Subtracting Zero
- 28. Another Meaning of Subtraction
- 29. The Relationship Between Addition and Subtraction
- 30. Subtraction By Counting Forward
- 31. Subtraction
- 32. Word Problems
- 33. Days of the Week: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
- 34. Measurement of Time
- 35. Smaller and Bigger Numbers

- 1. The Ascending and Descending Order of Numbers
- 2. Introducing : Numbers in Steps
- 3. Numbers in Steps: By Counting Forward
- 4. Addition by Carrying Over: Preparation
- 5. Addition by Carrying over
- 6. Word Problem: Addition
- 7. Introducing Coins and Currency Notes
- 8. A Honey Bee Speaks
- 9. Dress Quickly!
- 10. Addition by Increasing in 10's and Subtraction by Taking away 10's
- 11. Addition and Subtraction
- 12. Subtraction :Preparation
- 13. Addition and Subtraction
- 14. Necklaces and Bracelets of Beads
- 15. Subtraction (By Untying a Ten) : Preparation
- 16. Subtraction : By Untying a Ten
- 17. Subtraction
- 18. Multiplication and Division : Preparation
- 19. Multiplication : Preparation
- 20. Multiplication Tables: Preparation
- 21. The 2 Times Table
- 22. The 3 Times Table
- 23. The 4 Times Table
- 24. Tables of 5 and 10
- 25. Pictorial Information (Classification)
- 26. Patterns in Our Surroundings
- 27. Patterns
- 28. Handling Data
- 29. Word Problems
- 30. The Number Ladder: A Game

To make it interesting, the activities are created in different formats. Some of these formats are explained below :

The student has to select any one option-True or False. This format is generally used for contextual questions.

Here the student is given 3-4 choices, and from those he has to choose the correct option. There is only one correct answer.

The format for this question is similar to the one above, the only exception being that there is more than one correct answer here.

In this type of activity, the words/phrases are provided in two columns. The student has to match the options that go together. This format is mostly used for dictionary-based activities.

A list of events from the story are provided in random order and the student has arrange the events chronologically.

This is just like the fill in the blanks activity provided in textbooks. Here the student has to choose one correct option(from the two given) from the dropdown list on the screen.

This activity is similar to Fill in the Blanks above. The only difference here is that a variety of options are given in a ‘word bank’ below the question. The student has to select the correct answer, drag it from its place and drop it into the correct blank above. Each question has only one correct answer here.

Criteria |
Recommended Requirement |

Operating System Requirements |
Windows XP, Windows-7, Windows-8, Windows-8.1, Windows-10 (x86 & x64) (All Editions Except Starter Edition) |

Supported Architectures |
32-Bit (x86) & 64-Bit (x64) |

Processor |
Computer that has a 1.6GHz or faster processor |

Memory (RAM) |
1 GB (32 Bit) or 2 GB (64 Bit) RAM |

Graphics Card |
On Board |

Display Screen |
1024 x 768 resolution display |

Input Device |
Keyboard and mouse |

Hard Disk Space |
5400 RPM hard disk drive with 6GB of available hard disk space or Above |

Others |
DVD-ROM Drive, Audio Device |

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